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    Part of a video titled How to quickly identify carbon ceramic brake disc issues pre purchase ...
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    Type sound and not a gravelly type sound the worn out rough disc surface will generate.MoreType sound and not a gravelly type sound the worn out rough disc surface will generate.

    How do you know if your car has carbon-ceramic brakes?

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    Until you have a clear picture of your brake caliper caliper bracket and the actual brake pad. AndMoreUntil you have a clear picture of your brake caliper caliper bracket and the actual brake pad. And as you say the brake pad outer brake pad is sunken down pretty good on this particular vehicle.
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