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Rear Brake pads

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#1 OFFLINE   Rhode1


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  • Region:U.S. Northeast
  • Location:Massachusetts
  • Current Vehicle:Fusion Titanium Hybrid
  • My Hybrid's Year:2014

Posted 16 May 2016 - 06:54 PM

Got the light on the dashboard for an oil change at around 72,000 miles, so I went in to the dealer and got "The Works"


The Advisor comes out and tells me the rear brakes are at 3mm, and I also need rear rotors.  I asked why I needed rotors, and they said "rust pitting".  Anyway, I declined the brake job, and they put on the service report, "needs rear brake pad replacment, but didn't mention the rotors, so I guess the rust pitting isn't that bad.


So I go on-line to buy some brake pads.  Oh my.


I have a 2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid Titanium.


I went to fordparts.com and entered my VIN, and got three options


Part #

2200 (BRF-30)        $69.53  ECVT Auto Trans Power Split, Less Plug In Hybrid (Rear)


2200 (BRF-35)        $66.63  Standard Premium; OE Design (Rear)


2V200 (BR-1665)    $66.63  Retail (Rear)


I think i have the ECVT trans, but every other web site list part numbers with 1665 in the number somewhere.  Does anyone know what the difference is between these pads, and any suggestions for a source for good quality ceramic pads?


How do I cross reference the BRF-30 pads to other sources if indeed, they are different, like carparts.com or rockauto or whatever.


Thanks in advance

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#2 OFFLINE   murphy


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  • Current Vehicle:2013 Fusion Energi Titanium

Posted 16 May 2016 - 07:50 PM

The plug-in hybrid (Energi) has larger brakes than the hybrid presumably due to the weight of the much larger battery.

Yes the hybrid has an eCVT transmission.

#3 OFFLINE   stlouisgeorge


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  • Region:U.S. Mississippi
  • Location:Saint Louis
  • Current Vehicle:Ford Fusion Hybrid Platinum (Shadow Black)
  • My Hybrid's Year:2017

Posted 24 March 2017 - 10:53 PM

I am hearing about "Drum brakes".  I don't see any drum brake parts for the 2017 FFH on the Motorcraft parts site (see below). 

It appears my car has disc brakes on all corners?  What model years have drums in back? 


Today's tip..  To only see (filter) Ford parts for YOUR can..  Plug your VIN into this URL were XXXXXXX appears.

For example: 

If you own a 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid with VIN 3FA6P0RU4HRXXXXXX you would enter



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