Front Rotors on 2009 Toyota RAV4

Recently replaced front rotors on my RAV4 only had 18850 miles on it thought this was to early for this to occur has anyone experienced this problem and if so what was your mileage when you had this repair done

by in Philadelphia, PA on March 16, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on March 16, 2011
average life of brakes is 15-20k. rotors may have been hot spotted or overheated from your driving habits. it is not uncommon with your mileage. Roy
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