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Took my car to dealer for an issue with the rotors/brakes. The car felt like it needed rotors already, and im only at 7000 miles. Turns out I needed new front rotors and brakes. Reason they stated "found excessive rotors and pads glazed" Not sure what "glazed" means regarding brakes? Dealer replaced rotors (5154118AD) and brake pads (68147681AA). The dealer also fixed my door handle that was coming off the door, and replace a bolt in the steering column (6506950AA). Has anyone else had to have the dealer replace defective brakes? They didnt say anything about my driving to hard, so im assuming its a known issue?
 

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Glazing means the surface has a shiny hard surface as opposed to a matte finish and usually comes from overuse or riding the brakes. Nice to see they took care of you.
 
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