Rear Brake Pad Wear

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AJMcD
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Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by AJMcD » Wed May 20, 2020 4:25 pm

Purchased a 2016 2.5t in November with 6000 miles on clock. Just been serviced at 12700 and rear pads are at 3.5mm while front pads are at 7mm. Is this unusual?

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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by NooNoo » Wed May 20, 2020 5:45 pm

I would say so but all depends on the driving style of the previous owner or you,🤔did you buy from JLR delear as they would have done a multipoint check including brake pads and should of changed if they were low, or you could have developed sticky or stuck callipers in your time of ownership, the brakes have sliding callipers and could become ceased if not lubed or maintained correctly, hope that helps

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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by AJMcD » Wed May 20, 2020 6:47 pm

Thank you. Yes purchased from JLR on Approved Scheme. If it was down to driving i would expect from to be worn also. It is in with dealer tomorrow to check callipers.

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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by Smitten » Wed May 20, 2020 8:19 pm

Seems odd rear pads have worn so much more unless calipers? I have just had 2nd service at 19,000 miles and no issues with pads.
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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by Bimjob » Wed May 20, 2020 9:05 pm

Good evening,
Were the petrol engines available in 2016? Not sure that they were. If its 2016 and only done 6000 miles by 2019 (I presume I understand correctly)-then that's 2K a year? I must be missing something here.
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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by Barthog » Thu May 21, 2020 7:49 am

Isn’t it down to the Auto handbrake?
It’s continually dragged until release on pulling away I remember a number of posts on the XF site discussing the same.
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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by big jon » Thu May 21, 2020 8:07 am

Bimjob wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 9:05 pm
Good evening,
Were the petrol engines available in 2016? Not sure that they were. If its 2016 and only done 6000 miles by 2019 (I presume I understand correctly)-then that's 2K a year? I must be missing something here.
Odd.
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yes I think you are correct, mine is my17..... 25000 miles and discs and pads are only at 50% :o
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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by Catmad » Thu May 21, 2020 2:01 pm

Mine is a MY17 and have just replaced Discs and Pads for first time after 45,000 mls so your wear rate appears abnormal. Could have been influenced by lack of miles causing corrosion/pitting of Discs resulting in very heavy wear of Pads. Its maybe the old story that the worst thing you can do to a car is not drive it!
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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by MRB » Thu May 21, 2020 4:25 pm

The rears wear first at 41,000 Miles the rear pads had 4mm, whilst the fronts still had just over 7mm. As for the discs, both front an rear were in excellent condition. So according to my Jaguar Service dealer par for the course. :D

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Re: Rear Brake Pad Wear

Post by MRB » Thu May 21, 2020 4:28 pm

The new rear pads have 10mm and the cost of supply and fitment was £159.00

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