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4200 miles brake life 36% front 59% rear

Re: 4200 miles brake life 36% front 59% rear

Postby 19trax9519trax95 is online! » Oct 08 2019, 6:31pm

It's a common issue it seems. At least judging by the posts I see on Facebook of guys having the issue of the road life going really fast (in the dic, not the actual pads).
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Re: 4200 miles brake life 36% front 59% rear

Postby Bradley21sanders » Oct 08 2019, 6:35pm

I cant believe this is an actual feature on trucks either lol
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Re: 4200 miles brake life 36% front 59% rear

Postby jake2250 » Oct 08 2019, 6:35pm

You should call the dealership and explain your situation. They may have an after hours drop off and rental pick up.
When I was working I had a warranty issue but worked a twelve hour day.
They allowed me to drop off the truck on the weekend and they provided a loaner rental for me to drive.
Or talk to your employer, ask to come in late one day so as to drop off your truck and pick up a loaner.
Or wait until something else pops up?
Your call your truck, But I have a 2012 2500 with 44k on it and the brakes still look like 90% front and back. Oh, And I tow a 6k pound trailer for camping.
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Re: 4200 miles brake life 36% front 59% rear

Postby plant.oneplant.one is online! » Oct 08 2019, 6:47pm

now that you mention it jake... one of the local dealers here will not only give you a loaner, but they'll pickup your ride from work, drop the loaner, and return your vehicle to you when its complete (and pickup the loaner).

my brother had a warranty issue on a lease, and because of his schedule when it happened, thats how he got his vehicle in for service. It was thru Feldman IIRC.
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Re: 4200 miles brake life 36% front 59% rear

Postby ferraiolo1 » Oct 08 2019, 6:49pm

And you bought a new truck. Request a loaner. Most dealerships give out a loaner if you need warranty work performed


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Re: 4200 miles brake life 36% front 59% rear

Postby MMartin70 » Oct 08 2019, 7:06pm

Bradley21sanders wrote:I cant believe this is an actual feature on trucks either lol


I agree. And it can be disabled, which is what I may do.
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Re: 4200 miles brake life 36% front 59% rear

Postby unavailableBlackOps » Oct 08 2019, 8:41pm

I just turned off the display so I don't have to see it go by when flipping thru the displays.
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