My 2017 GLC43 AMG always has as much brake dust on the rear as the front. I thought that strange too. I have 21,00 highway miles on it and will be replacing both rear and front with ceramic pads next week at a MB German auto shop. Pads not worn, I just don’t want all the excessive brake dust buildup. I’ll be asking the mechanic his opinion about the issue.We have 2017 GLC300 with 40k miles. Rear brakes completely worn and need replacing and dealer quote $700 but the fronts look new yet. How can rears be in such bad shape and fronts be in such great shape? Anyone else have similar?
I don’t understand it either. Our 2017 GLC-43 AMG SUV has 24K miles on it. I noticed an unusual amount of break dust on the rear wheels. More than one would expect as compared to the front. My pads were not worn, but I had the front and rear changed to ceramic pads only because of the brake dust. Purely for cosmetic reasons. Had them changed by an independent Mercedes/ German repair facility. There’s a noticeable decrease in brake dust. Most of our driving is on the highway.This some serious b****sh*t. Glc is 4 years old. Pads done last year now showing at 50%. And discs showing worn to indicators. Car is driven by my old man, slow and steady as he’s 65 years old. 4 years old 31000 miles on the clock. Something not adding up
How can discs last 31k miles. And pads only 26k miles with gentle old man driving
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