I was told I have 1-2 mms left on my rear brake pads and that I should not wait for the warning "squeaks" to replace them because that could damage the rotors. Is this true? If I wait until the squeaking starts and then do the brakes immediately, is that ok? How many more miles can I get out of 1-2 mms? I don't drive with my foot on the brake. Thanks.
Do I need a rear brake job right away? on 2004 Honda Accord
4 answersFebruary 03, 2014
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