My 20,000 mi. service check light just came on. My tire guy told me that I needed new back brakes and that the rotors always have to be replaced with the pads on my car. I just took the car to Mercedes for the check light and they tell me that my front brake pads need to be replaced, but not the rotors. Who should I believe?
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2011 Mercedes-Benz GL450 Estimates
- Wheel Alignment ($88 - 111) in Christmas Valley, OR
- Valve Cover Gasket Replacement ($815 - 1,042) in Barnstead, NH
- Wheel Bearing Replacement - Rear ($468 - 602) in McLean, NE
- Oxygen Sensor Replacement ($258 - 388) in Buffalo, SC
- Power Steering System Leak Inspection ($44 - 56) in Sequim, WA
- Brake Hydraulic System Bleed ($35 - 145) in Stella, MO