Throughout the life of the Sedona, Spectra or Rio that you own, you will face the task of replacing your Kia brake parts. No matter how well-engineered your Kia brakes are, over time, the wear and tear will break down the pads, springs, cylinders and drums that make up the braking system. Do not procrastinate on the task of inspecting and replacing your brakes, or you might face a catastrophic accident or engine destruction. Kia brakes, fortunately, will give you plenty of indications that they need a little tending. Brakes may indicate a 'hard brake pedal' that resists pressure, which is caused by a bad power booster, seized caliper pistons, seized caliper slides or pinched brake lines. Or, you may hear a high-pitched squealing noise, often heard at slow speeds when you are not even using the brakes. If the noise goes away as you apply the brakes, it could be coming from the brake wear sensors. You can check for brake pad wear by viewing the pads from outside the front tire. All of these are signs that it is time to inspect and replace worn brake parts. Why purchase expensive parts and pay for labor at a dealership, when you can buy Kia brake parts here and do the job yourself?