Renault Brake Pads. Genuine Renault Parts
At Renault Parts Direct we have brake pads to suit all Renault vehicles. The Renault brake pads we supply have come directly from Renault. The parts are the original equipment supplied with the vehicle when new. We can supply genuine Renault parts at excellent prices as we can buy in bulk and pass on the savings to you. Combined with international and UK delivery with DPD Renault Parts Direct is the best place for all your genuine Renault part needs.
When should you change your Renault brake pads?
There is no set rule on when you should change your Renault brake pads. There are many factors which affect the wear of brake pads and thus affect the useable lifetime. Two major factors which affect how quickly Renault brake pads will wear is driving style and weight of the vehicle. For example:
A Renault Megane 225 fitted with OEM brake pads and used for the occasional track day is going to wear through pads quicker than someone driving a Renault Twingo 133 with OEM brake pads driving the motorway each day.
How do you know when your brake pads need changing?
On newer model Renaults a brake wear warning light will show on the dash when the Renault brake pads or Renault brake discs need to be inspected. However, this does not apply to many of the older models. If your vehicle does not have a brake wear warning light it is important to check your brake pads regularly.
A loud grinding or screeching – If you can hear a loud screeching when braking it is a warning sign that your brake pads are getting close to the end of their usable life. If you can hear a grinding it is likely the brake pad has been worn down completely.
A visual check – It is possible to look at brake pads to check the wear. Pads are visible through the spokes of a cars alloy. There should be at least three millimetres of the pad visible. If anything less than this, get the brake pads replaced or check with your local Renault service department. If the pad has worn down to the metal wear pads, the disc probably has to be reground or replaced as well.
Pulling to one side – While driving, if the vehicle feels as if it’s pulling to one side or the other, then it’s also likely that the brake pads need to be changed.
Bad Vibrations – If the brake pedal vibrates when you push your foot down on it, they could be warped due to heat.
Find the correct Renault brake pads for your vehicle.
Simply select the Renault model from the list of vehicles on the right-hand side of the page. Click through to the Brakes / Transmission and select front or rear Renault brake pads. We also have a fantastic selection of Renault brake discs which can be found in the same section. If you are unable to find the part you require just give us a call on 01793-645642. Or you can send us an email through our contact us page.