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Old 11-07-2013   #1
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105 multiair, What brakes?

Hi,

I am needing to change my front brake disks and Pads. I assume the disks are 257mm but i am struggeling to find the correct pads?

Can someone please advise? Shopg4parts list 2 different pads, one for a pre 06/2010 and one set for post 06/2010. My car was registered in 09/2010 but may have been manufacturered before then.

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Re: 105 multiair, What brakes?

The best thing is to take your VIN and put in Fiat ePer. With this, you can have the manufacture date and the Fiat part number.
And then compare an find compatible pad.

If your have not access to ePer MP your VIN, I'll post the informations.
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Re: 105 multiair, What brakes?

Wasn't the Post 06/2010 fitted with the 284mm discs?
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Re: 105 multiair, What brakes?

Thanks guys. Mkala, am I right in thinking there is an Eper system published on the internet somewhere that everyone uses?

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Re: 105 multiair, What brakes?

Yes Ransoman you're right. But often they are old (the one of FiatForum) or don't last very long (ofter .ru websites).
For the moment I don't have a reliable alternative on the web, but I can do a search with another one if you need.
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Re: 105 multiair, What brakes?

Quote Originally Posted by Ransoman View Post
Thanks guys. Mkala, am I right in thinking there is an Eper system published on the internet somewhere that everyone uses?

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Can you PM me your VIN and I'll check the part number of the discs.
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