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Old 01-12-2019, 11:32 AM
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I have a 2013 E350 4matic with sport package. It has 50k miles, The brakes are pulsating and the brake indicator came on. I want to replace the brakes myself. I was thinking about going with all Autozone products. Main reason being the pads have a lifetime warranty and rotors have a 3 year warranty. Also most of the parts are in stock at my local store. Anyone have good or bad experiences? FAILURES? SQUEAKS? Here are the parts i want to use. Let me know what you guys think.

ROTORS
https://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-...255_2708_24848

PADS
https://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-...9_226977_16108

WEAR SENSORS
https://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-...97236_354635_0
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IMO unless you're really hard on brakes the AZ stuff will work ok.

My experience ( I replaced drilled rotors with solid blanks):
https://mbworld.org/forums/e-class-w...2011-e350.html

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Originally Posted by rccola37 View Post
I have a 2013 E350 4matic with sport package. It has 50k miles, The brakes are pulsating and the brake indicator came on. I want to replace the brakes myself. I was thinking about going with all Autozone products. Main reason being the pads have a lifetime warranty and rotors have a 3 year warranty. Also most of the parts are in stock at my local store. Anyone have good or bad experiences? FAILURES? SQUEAKS? Here are the parts i want to use. Let me know what you guys think.

ROTORS
https://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-...255_2708_24848

PADS
https://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-...9_226977_16108

WEAR SENSORS
https://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-...97236_354635_0

Forget Autozone! I wouldn't touch Duralast parts for any of my cars, let alone for a Mercedes. They are garbage quality for our cars, and are befitting of a Kia or Toyota. Look up parts on FCPEuro and you'll have free lifetime warranty on everything you buy. My car is the same exact as yours. I bought Brembo rotors, and Akebono Euro ceramic brake pads from FCP and I've loved everything about this combo so far. Yeah, these parts are obviously a little more expensive than these generic parts, but it's worth it, plus you get free lifetime warranty/replacement. I would highly recommend it. PM me if you'd like to know the exact stuff I bought. It's been well over a year with my new set(I think almost 2), and these have been the best brake job upgrade I've ever done on one of my cars. Perfectly smooth, and absolutely no squeaks.

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And I can say the same for my less expensive brake parts installed 6/17.
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Forget Autozone! I wouldn't touch Duralast parts for any of my cars, let alone for a Mercedes. They are garbage quality for our cars, and are befitting of a Kia or Toyota. Look up parts on FCPEuro and you'll have free lifetime warranty on everything you buy. My car is the same exact as yours. I bought Brembo rotors, and Akebono Euro ceramic brake pads from FCP and I've loved everything about this combo so far. Yeah, these parts are obviously a little more expensive than these generic parts, but it's worth it, plus you get free lifetime warranty/replacement. I would highly recommend it. PM me if you'd like to know the exact stuff I bought. It's been well over a year with my new set(I think almost 2), and these have been the best brake job upgrade I've ever done on one of my cars. Perfectly smooth, and absolutely no squeaks.
Did you get the drilled brembos? Looks like they are out of stock with no ETA....
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Did you get the drilled brembos? Looks like they are out of stock with no ETA....
This is exactly what I ordered. That's unfortunate they are out I wouldn't have mentioned it knowing they had no ETA..., but I would still recommend FCP from my experience.


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I think the 322 mm will be too small. I have the non sport package and accidentally ordered the sport rotors which are larger.

Edit: looks like FCP Euro is supplying the right one. My comment was based on your initial post.

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I have a 2013 E350 4matic with sport package. It has 50k miles, I want to replace the brakes myself.
Front OEM disk 0004213012, pads 0074205820, wear sensor 2115401717; rear 0004230912, 0074206820, 2115401717. Shop these part #s to pull compatible aftermarket if this is your intent.

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I wouldn't use the Autozone products.
I have had extremely good service from the Akebono brake pads for my last 4 cars.
I have also had good results and and service from BrakePerformance rotors and hardware kits. I use the drilled and slotted pieces fron and back with good life, no noise, no warping, and no cracking.
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I've been using Autozone brakes on my other vehicles, an older Honda and Toyota, and after the most recent set of rotors and pads I installed I swore off using non-brand rotors. Maybe it's a Northeast thing, but I'm only getting 2 years out of them due to heavy rust. Warrantied or not, I figure my time is worth something. I'm going to try OEM on my cars going forward as the stock rotors don't seem to rust so quickly. And yes I was buying the "premium" AZ versions.
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