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Is this possible? 90% highway driving. I'm having trouble believing this due to the fact that most seem to do a brake job at 30,000. Didn't have to replace stock tires until 52,500 if this is relevant...

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It's possible. Check your front pads regularly from here on. There has been an instance or two here where the sensor did not activate.
 

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Not unusual. If you drive like I do, you're not hard on your brakes.
 

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I drive pretty hard (no coasting... full on and hard(ish) stops) with 50/50 hwy/city.. and made it to 50k. So yeah, it's possible. Friend of mine with a SC made it less then half that...
 

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Mine came on around 30-35k and I do mostly city driving. So it's not unreasonable that if you do 90% highway driving, the pads may last to 60k.
 

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Goinkin said:
So what is the cost, dealer-wise, to get all 4 pads and rotors replaced?
There are 100 threads on that. Somewhere between 1000-2000.
58K is really good. Lots of highway driving will get you there, apparently...
 

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DO NOT wait until the brake light comes on!!!

I did, it never came on.

DESTROYED my rotors - caliper went bad, had to fork out LOTS of money to get that garbage fixed. Problem with e-brake shoes, etc, etc.

Frequently check
 
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