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      10-03-2012, 01:03 PM   #1
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rear brakes wearing faster than fronts?

I had all rotors and brake pads changed at the same time about a year ago, but the rear pads need replacing already and the fronts still have a lot of life left. I always thought the fronts wear out faster since most of the braking power comes from the front. What could be causing this?

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No LSD and DSC will do that.
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1 year for a set of pad is low. Would the computer detect stuck pistons?
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