SHOULD I REPLACE THE ROTORS SINCE I AM REPLACING THE PADS? ALSO WHAT TYPE OF PADS IS BEST?

2007 Volkswagen Passat

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williamherbertpruett

October, 10, 2012 AT 2:54 AM

I plan to replace brake pads soon and want to know if I should also replace the rotors? Do you recommend I do so, is it worth the money to purchase ventilated rotors or simply purchase OEM pads and rotors? The OE - TRW pads have done fantastic with 64,000 miles with 25% remaining in the fronts and 50% in the rears. Rotors are smooth with no colors due to overheating.

My second question, I am scheduled to replace plugs do you recommend I also replace coil packs? Given the milage 64,000.

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3 Answers

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ASEMaster6371

October, 10, 2012 AT 2:56 AM

Yes, use oem rotors, pads and sensors.

Yes, I would replace plugs and coils together.

Roy

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williamherbertpruett

October, 10, 2012 AT 3:03 AM

This is a great service and well worth the donation for sound professional advise. This is my initial question but given the positive experience I will use your service again when required.

Mr. William

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CJ MEDEVAC

October, 10, 2012 AT 3:40 AM

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