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It's time for my brother's 2013 ford fiesta to change his brake pads, I drove it last Friday and there are a few vibrations and grinding sounds when braking so I browsed online and saw this Original 2011-2019 Ford Fiesta Brake Pads AE8Z-2001-C | Genuine Ford Auto Parts I don't know if this is worth the price though it is an original part from ford it is only a few dollars difference from the one in eBay. Any suggestions?
 

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It's time for my brother's 2013 ford fiesta to change his brake pads, I drove it last Friday and there are a few vibrations and grinding sounds when braking so I browsed online and saw this Original 2011-2019 Ford Fiesta Brake Pads AE8Z-2001-C | Genuine Ford Auto Parts I don't know if this is worth the price though it is an original part from ford it is only a few dollars difference from the one in eBay. Any suggestions?
Hi Fordy. Those are Ford/Motorcraft genuine OEM replacement parts. If that is the correct part number for your brothers Fiesta, then they are fine and I would recommend using them.

Also, keep in mind that the rotors may need replacing, especially if you are hearing "grinding" sounds.

Good luck.
 

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It's time for my brother's 2013 ford fiesta to change his brake pads, I drove it last Friday and there are a few vibrations and grinding sounds when braking so I browsed online and saw this Original 2011-2019 Ford Fiesta Brake Pads AE8Z-2001-C | Genuine Ford Auto Parts I don't know if this is worth the price though it is an original part from ford it is only a few dollars difference from the one in eBay. Any suggestions?
I have had to replace my brakes at around 3000 miles on my fusion. I replaced them 2 years ago with power stop brake pads and rotors, if I remember correctly I spent around 300.00 to 400.00 for all . After I did the break in they suggest it has been a really good investment.
 
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