Here at Renault Parts Direct it is always recommended that you use genuine Renault Brake Discs along with your Genuine Renault Brake Pads. This is to ensure the longest life possible from your parts working in harmony, to give the best braking performance and safety for you and your car.
Genuine Renault Brake Disc Replacement – Know The Signs:
There are several warning signs to look out for when checking the brake discs. First and foremost your Renault Brake Discs should be regularly checked every 10,000 miles. However, if your car pulls to one side when braking, your brakes start to squeal or you feel the brake pedal flutter then you should get your brakes looked at immediately.
If upon inspection the brake discs are found to be cracked, lipped or scored then it is always advisable that they are changed. If the brake pads are low then this can cause your Brake Discs to become scored or lipped. Once this happens, you will have to change your Renault Brake Pads & Discs at the same time.
Should you have had your Renault Brake Discs and Pads changed at the same time, it is important to remember that it will take approximately 200 miles of careful driving for your brake discs and pads to bed in properly; this will ensure a longer life for your parts.
If you do not drive carefully or there is excessive braking during the bedding in period, your brakes could become damaged. This will result in a loss of braking performance and efficiency and ultimately safety.
How do I find the correct Renault brake discs for my vehicle?
To find the Renault brake discs specified for your vehicle use the parts search section on our website. Then use the vehicle parts filter to find the make and model. Select the brake parts section. Within this section, you will find both front and rear Renault brake disc sets along with other items that you may require at the same time, like our genuine Renault brake pads.