2009 W204 C200 Front Brake pad change-bendix

1993-Present: C200 CDI, C220 CDI, C270 CDI, C180, C200 Kompressor, C230 Kompressor, C220, C230, C280, C300 C350, CGI & CDI BlueEfficiency variants
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stefcep
C Class
Posts: 35
Joined: Sun 16 Dec, 2012 11:24 am
Model you own: w204
Region: Victoria
Location: Melbourne

2009 W204 C200 Front Brake pad change-bendix

Post by stefcep » Sun 07 Jul, 2019 12:43 pm

I recently bought a set of Bendix Euro + pad for my MB W204. $55 ( $75 at supercheap) for a set of 4 fronts From Sparebox. The pad wear sensors for $2.50 each from repco.

https://www.bendix.com.au/product-range/euro


Brake Pad is DB 2181: https://www.bendix.com.au/manufacturer/ ... sedan-w204

Sensor is : https://www.bendix.com.au/manufacturer/ ... sedan-w204

There was only one sensor for the drivers side- I got it form Repco for $2.50. Spares box was over $20, Supercheap $7.50

The pads from spares box were $53 delivered ( Supercheap $75, Repco $135).

https://www.sparesbox.com.au/part/bendi ... b2181-euro -Price has gone up compared to 10 days a go!

The kits comes with 4 spring clips and 4 bolts. Torque settings: caliper to steering knuckle 180nm, bolt for ant-rattle spring 30 nm, bolt of rbrake pad sensor to caliper 8nm

Easiest brake pad replacement I've ever done. 3 bolts two clips per wheel, one sensor on drivers side ONLY ie passenger wheel has no sensor.

Ive already done 200k km's and they perform at least as well as the genuine mercedes pads, NO squeels ( the merc pads did). See how they go for brake dust on the wheels- the genuine merc pads were terrible with that.

Best $50 car parts I've ever bought.

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