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News   July 5, 2011   by Auto Service World

Application Alert: Wagner ThermoQuiet Brake Pads for Additional Late-Model Foreign Nameplate and Domestic Vehicles

Federal-Mogul’s Wagner ThermoQuiet brake pads are now available for millions of additional foreign nameplate and domestic vehicles, including the 2010 Toyota 4Runner and Cadillac SRX, and the 2011 Ford Explorer, Transit Connect and Mazda 2.
Industry leading ThermoQuiet pads help automotive service providers eliminate brake comebacks by delivering quieter performance, superior stopping power and longer pad life.
“Wagner ThermoQuiet technology is an excellent choice for virtually any foreign nameplate or domestic passenger vehicle,” said Ken Selinger, director, North American friction, Federal-Mogul. “We are aggressively expanding this important technology to cover applications through the 2011 model year so ThermoQuiet parts and service providers can be the first choice for brake replacements on these vehicles.”
The following new Wagner ThermoQuiet pad sets are now available through Wagner distributors across the U.S. and Canada:

QC606–2010 Toyota 4Runner (Rear)
QC1295B–2010 Kia Rondo (Ceramic, Rear)
QC970–2011 Ford Transit Connect (Ceramic, Front)
QC1337A–2010 Cadillac SRX (Ceramic, Rear)
QC1454A–2011 Mazda 2 (Ceramic, Front)
QC1508–2011 Ford Explorer (Ceramic, Front)

Wagner ThermoQuiet brake pads feature highly advanced, proprietary ceramic and semi-metallic friction formulations developed by original equipment and aftermarket engineers within Federal-Mogul’s global network of advanced technology centers. ThermoQuiet pads also incorporate the company’s proprietary Integrally Molded Insulator (IMI) one-piece pad design and unique Wagner Edge Laser-Shaped Friction technology, which help provide superior stopping performance. ThermoQuiet technology was the first replacement brake pad design to receive the prestigious Automotive News PACE Award for product innovation.
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