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      06-19-2013, 03:07 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by slingxshot View Post
So I went to the dealer and they told me that your front brakes are very low and back brakes are low. They also said, they have to change the rotors with the brakes too. I didn't even bother asking how much.

My question is. Why do the brakes still feel good? I just changed to new brakes on a civic and the brakes that are "low" on my car still feel better/braking power than the civic? I don't have to struggle or anything or just brakes.

Because they are designed to feel good right up until they don't feel good. Once they don't feel good, you might not feel good when they don't work as well they used to. Your dealer will want to change them if they are at or below a minimum thickness. If that is the case, you change them. Don't mess with the brakes.