You may have to measure your rear disc's. 302mm = 11.889 inches and 262mm = 10.314 inches.
As far as brake pad type most stock vehicles come with what the manufactures call an organic /ceramic material.
Have your vin number and call your dealer they can look it up for you also.
After doing a bit of research, if you have rear ABS it would have the bigger rotors. If not they use the smaller ones.
I think calling your dealer with your vin or just take off your wheel and measure are the only sure way to know.
( Occasionally you’ll notice that your steering wheel will make jerking movements or sudden turns to the left or right when not directed by you. This is typically the sign of loose bearings in the steering rack and the result of the steering rack literally moving without input ) So i...
Well had my compass for a bunch of years and no problems till now. It has just turned 100000 kms and it had developed a twitch. Now it had a slight wobble at highway speeds and got new tires and an alignment, so no wobble anymore but once in a while it will quickly and briefly pull left, It does...
Service Bulletin NUMBER: 23-012-14
DATE: May 19, 2014
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Last month I purchased a brand new 2019 Jeep Compass Trailhawk. I've put 1,200 miles on it so far.
I've noticed when I go over any speed bumps, or up and over a hill that causes the car to "jump" and extend the suspension I hear a popping sound from coming from the rear. It won't make a pop...
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