Does a 2011 q7 has to go to the dealer for brake changes?

Asked by Dec 25, 2013 at 04:00 PM about the 2011 Audi Q7 S Line

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Looking to buy a q7 but heard that all maintenance has to be done by dealer

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Not sure where you heard that from. Any good mechanic can change your brake pads and rotors. Just make sure that they use the OEM parts, or source good OE brand for the parts.

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An Audi specialist is a good idea- look for an independent garage that has gold plated ashtrays in the waiting room and the service writer is called a "consultant" and is wearing a Rolex- if he speaks German, you've found the right place- now cross his palm with silver- maybe they will let you speak with Hans, the technician in the back

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Make sure they has a tool to open the electronic brakes. Midas, Mineke, etc. don't usually have the tool.

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