GM GENUINE PARTS OE BRAKE ROTOR
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Made with Ferritic Nitro-Carburizing technology are hardened and strengthened during an extended manufacturing process.
- The cast iron rotor surface is bonded with nitrogen atoms under the intense heat of a giant, 1,040-degree oven. The additional atom layer provides an extra defensive barrier against the corrosive threat of water, salt, and even acid rain.
- Inspected for balance, helping with smooth brake operation and noise level
- GM-recommended replacement part for your GM Vehicle's original factory component
- Offering the quality, reliability, and durability of GM OE
- Designed, engineered, and tested to rigorous standards, and are backed by General Motors
GM Genuine Parts Original Equipment Brake Rotors are metal discs mounted to the wheel hub where the caliper can press the brake pads against the disc surfaces to slow the vehicle, and are GM-recommended replacements for your vehicle's original components. These disc brake rotors have been manufactured to fit your GM vehicle, providing the same performance, durability, and service life you expect from General Motors. Some GM Genuine Parts may have formerly appeared as ACDelco Original Equipment (OE).
24 Month/Unlimited Mile Limited Warranty*: Our most common Parts Warranty offers coverage on the majority of our GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco service replacement parts. Effective on parts purchased April 1, 2018 and later to the original retail purchaser. Contact seller for limited warranty part details, qualifications, and possible labor coverage.
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The following inspections and maintenance procedures can help prevent potential brake problems:
- Check brake fluid level at every oil change. Replace fluid according to owner’s manual recommendations.
- Calipers and wheel cylinders should be checked every brake inspection and serviced or replaced as required.
- Inspect the brake lines for rust, punctures, or visible leaks (You may be able to do this, but consult a qualified technician if necessary).
- Check the thickness of your brake pads.
The following should be conducted by a qualified technician:
- Inspection of the brake hoses for brittleness or cracking.
- Inspection of brake lining and pads for wear or contamination by brake fluid or grease.
- Inspection of wheel bearings and grease seals.
- Parking brake adjustments (as needed).