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Does anyone else think this rear brake pad issue is linked to crosswind assist "feature"? Rear brakes should never go before fronts

Crosswind Assist
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Interpreting information that is continually supplied by the vehicle's Electronic Stability Program (ESP®), electric power steering and suspension sensors, Crosswind Assist helps detect the effects of strong side winds on handling stability at highway speeds. Whether caused by lateral gusts or even a passing truck, the system helps keep the car on course via strategic braking of the wheels on one side of the vehicle, as well as adjustments to the AIR BODY CONTROL suspension when so equipped.

Just a thought. I'm still under 10,000 miles, but I'll be watching.
 
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