Most modern vehicles have the same design when it comes to the braking system and require all included parts to be functioning properly. The brake rotors on your vehicle are attached to the wheel of the car directly and are the last part engaged when you step on the brake pedal. The brake pedal gets engaged, which eventually leads to contact with your rotor to slow down the car. With friction and heat, the brake rotors can wear down over time.
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