I just replaced the pads/rotors like 7K miles ago.
I did my rotors/pads at least twice as long ago as you. I was telling people it was normal even with many more miles on their brakes a while ago. I had noises from not even 1,000 miles. I thought the change would be different, but it's not that much. I have had those noises and still do. It's just normal. My car just now breaks on dime like it use to. It takes a lot longer, than I would have thought, to break in Toyota's pads and rotors. I'm glad I took it easy during those days. My E-brake pads need replacing. That I'm sure of. What ever happened to Street Prototype giving me help in the past with this? The E-brake still needs servicing.
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