Wagner QuickStop ZD1037 Rear Disc Brake Pad Set for 2016 Jeep Patriot
(as of Oct 22, 2023 10:15:24 UTC – Details)
From the manufacturer
WAGNER QS BRAKE PADS
Wagner QS brake pads restores like-new braking performance as its OE fit and form design delivers consistent, even braking throughout the life of the pad. Featuring application-specific deigns to reduce noise-causing vibration, Wagner QS brake pads are engineered for consistent braking throughout the life of the pad and comes with stain-steel hardware and OE-style lubricant for most applications.
RECOMMENDED USES: All vehicle types
RESTORES LIKE-NEW BRAKING PERFORMANCE
OE fit and form design delivers consistent, even braking throughout the life of the brake pad
REDUCED NOISE & VIBRATION
Application-specific design reduces noise-causing vibration
CONSISTENT BRAKING PERFORMANCE
Engineered for consistent and even braking performance throughout the life of the pad
Premium stainless-steel hardware and OE-style lubricant included in most applications
Signs Your Brake Pads Need Replacing
Taking longer to come to a complete stop is an obvious sign that your brakes are losing their braking power. However, there are other indicators of brake pad wear. You may feel your vehicle pulling to one side or the brake pedal pulsating or vibrating. Listen closely when hitting the brake pedal, worn brake pads can make a variety of sounds including rattling, clicking, grinding, growling and squeaking.
How to Check Brake Pads for Wear
Inspect your brake pads without removing the tire by looking through the holes in the hubcap. Some brake pads have a wear indicator down the center of the pad. If your pads don’t have that, measure the thickness; if it’s less than 1/4″ it might be time to change them. If you can’t see the brake pads through the wheel cover, you’ll have to raise the vehicle and remove the tire to inspect the brake pad.
Brake Pad Break-In
Before wrapping up a brake pad job, be sure to perform a break-in (burnish) cycle to seat the friction materials into the opposing rotor for improved braking power. Wagner recommends making approximately 20 complete stops from 30mph to ensure the friction materials conform to the surface of the rotor.
Change In Pairs
When replacing the brake pads, Wagner recommends changing the rotors and hardware to maintain optimal braking power as changing both will provide even braking. If you install new brake pads but keep the old rotors, those pads will only properly. Don’t compromise your vehicle’s braking power – change the brake pads when replacing the rotors.
REDUCED VIBRATION — Application-specific design reduces noise-causing vibration
EVEN PERFORMANCE — Engineered for consistent braking throughout the life of the pad
APPLICATION-SPECIFIC MATERIALS – Formulated to meet the unique needs of each vehicle application
HARDWARE INCLUDED – Premium stainless-steel hardware and OE-style lubricant included in most applications
COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE — Brake pads available for all vehicle types
ZERO COPPER FORMULATION — Features Wagner OE25 zero-copper friction formulation
Designed, tested and certified in the USA by Federal-Mogul engineers
100 percent OE post-curing process ensures even friction performance throughout the life of the pad
OE matched friction formulations and configuration to restore like new braking performance
Application specific shims to reduce noise causing vibration