How Long Do Nissan Altima Brakes Last?

Answer On average, the brakes on your Nissan Altima last about 12,000 miles or 12 months, if most of your driving is done in the city. If much of your driving is on the highway, check your brakes for wear... Read More »

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How to Do Brakes on a 2002 Nissan Altima?

The 2002 Nissan Altima comes equipped with all wheel disc brakes. Nissan recommends that you inspect the components of the braking system frequently to recognize and service brakes that are in disr... Read More »

How to Replace Front Brakes in a Nissan Altima?

The Nissan Altima is equipped with disc-type front brakes. The brake functions by using friction created by two brake pads pressing against a circular brake rotor. In most cases, maintaining the fr... Read More »

How to Replace Emergency Brakes in a Nissan Altima?

The original purpose of emergency brakes was to stop your vehicle in an emergency. Fortunately, the brakes on a Nissan Altima rarely fail, and the emergency brakes are most commonly used to keep th... Read More »

How to Change the Disc Brakes for a Nissan Altima?

Brake maintenance is essential to automobile safety, but taking your Altima to the shop to have a professional service them can be expensive. Fortunately, there's a way to save the expense without ... Read More »