Yup - technically we shouldn't even be signed up tooDashnine said:Every manufacturer has a library of documents covering fixes to all areas of the vehicles, LR are no exception. The difference here is that we have access to it.
Forum common sense needs to be applied....
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I would think that if there is excessive use of the brakes, they would wear at an accelerated rate...CAUSE: Excessive use of the brakes in the affected markets is causing premature wear of the front brake pads due to high localised temperatures at the brake pad/disc interface.