Audi Brake Parts & Accessories

Listen up, folks, if you want to upgrade your vehicle’s stopping power, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve got everything you need, from top-of-the-line brake pads and rotors to our ECS Big Brake kits and Exact-Fit Stainless Brake Lines. With these expertly crafted Audi brake parts, you’ll stop on a dime and leave your competition in the dust! And let’s not forget about the importance of brake fluid, which is crucial for maintaining your braking system’s performance. So please don’t wait any longer; get your hands on our high-quality brake components and take your driving experience to the next level!

Braking Parts FAQ

Category: Brakes

Big brakes provide enhanced stopping power and heat dissipation for high-performance vehicles.

Symptoms faulty big brakes

  • Reduced braking performance
  • Excessive heat or brake fade
  • Worn or damaged brake components
  • Decreased vehicle stability during braking
Categories: Brake Grease, Brakes

Yes, your vehicle does need brake grease! Brake grease reduces friction, heat, and noise in the braking system.

Symptoms

  • Squeaking or grinding noises during braking
  • Excessive heat in the brake system
  • Sticky brake calipers
  • Reduced brake performance
Category: Brakes

Brake calipers apply pressure to the brake pads, creating friction against the brake rotors to stop the vehicle.

Symptoms faulty brake calipers

  • Sticking or seized calipers
  • Uneven brake pad wear
  • Pulling to one side during braking
  • Reduced braking performance
Category: Brakes

Brake pads create friction against the brake rotors to slow down and stop the vehicle.

Symptoms worn out brake pads

  • Squeaking or grinding noises during braking
  • Reduced braking performance
  • Uneven or excessive brake pad wear
  • Vibration or pulsation in the brake pedal
Categories: Brake Fluid, Brakes

Brake fluid transfers hydraulic pressure from the master cylinder to the brake calipers.

Symptoms

  • Soft or spongy brake pedal
  • Reduced braking performance
  • Brake warning light on the dashboard
  • Low brake fluid level in the reservoir
Category: Brakes

Parking brakes secure a stationary vehicle and prevent it from rolling.

Symptoms of faulty parking brake

  • Inability to hold the car on an incline
  • Loose or non-responsive parking brake lever or pedal
  • Dragging or poor release of the parking brake
  • Warning light on the dashboard
Category: Brakes

Brake sensors monitor various aspects of the braking system and provide feedback to the vehicle’s computer.

Symptoms faulty brake sensors

  • Warning lights on the dashboard
  • Erratic or unresponsive braking performance
  • False ABS or traction control activation
  • Issues with brake pad wear indicators
Category: Brakes

Brake master cylinders convert the force applied to the brake pedal into hydraulic pressure for the braking system.

Symptoms of a faulty brake master cylinder

  • Soft or spongy brake pedal
  • Decreased brake responsiveness
  • Leaking brake fluid
  • Brake warning light on the dashboard
Category: Brakes

Brake rotors (aka discs) are the discs that brake pads create friction against to slow down and stop the vehicle.

Symptoms of faulty rotors

  • Warped or damaged rotors
  • Vibration or pulsation in the brake pedal
  • Reduced braking performance
  • Uneven wear or grooves on the rotor surface
Category: Brakes

ABS parts maintain stability and control during sudden or hard braking.

Symptoms

  • ABS warning light on the dashboard
  • Unresponsive or erratic braking performance
  • Longer stopping distances
  • Locking of wheels during braking
Category: Brakes

Brake lines carry brake fluid from the master cylinder to the brake calipers and wheel cylinders.

Symptoms of faulty brake lines

  • Soft or spongy brake pedal
  • Fluid leaks under the vehicle
  • Uneven braking performance
  • Reduced brake responsiveness
Categories: Brake Cooling, Brakes

Brake cooling parts help dissipate heat and prevent brake fade during high-performance driving.

Symptoms

  • Overheated brakes
  • Reduced brake performance
  • Brake fade during high-speed or aggressive driving
  • Warping or damage to brake rotors
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