I have a 2011 Toyota Corolla LE, at 55,000 replaced pads and rotors at the Toyota dealer, at 64,000 the brakes started making noise, took the car back to dealer, and was told I needed to replace the pads and rotors again, is this normal?
The only way that would be normal is if you used organic pads, they have a life of about 12000 miles, and they should not have damaged the rotors unless they were ran down to the backing plate, and that is entirely possible.
The pads were whatever the Toyota dealer put on, I can only assume they were OEM (but who knows).
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