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Username Post: 2019 Silverado brake pad        (Topic#357829)
Bri97Brae112 
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08-27-19 04:28 PM - Post#2774215    

I have a 2019 Silverado, when I display brake pad life on my dash, it is always the same percentage for front brake pads as my oil life. With that being said, it would mean having front brake pads changed at 7,000 miles. There’s no way, does anyone have a clue what the problem could be? I would assume it should be covered under my warranty.



 
YOUNG57 
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08-29-19 06:37 AM - Post#2774379    
    In response to Bri97Brae112

I would take it to your dealer, it should still under warranty. It just sounds like a software glitch and they can probably reprogram it quickly.

I wouldn’t worry about brake pad wear. I have a 2014 Yukon with over 100,000 miles on it and all the brake pads are barely worn. I had a 2003 Tahoe and gave it to my son and he finally changed the pads on it at nearly to 300,000. Though, nether vehicle has done any trailer hauling, which would affect them a lot more.




 
elcamino 
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08-29-19 05:23 PM - Post#2774437    
    In response to Bri97Brae112

I would not worry about it till it reach's zero (0). That may be 5 yrs down the road.

Keep in mind those are estimates based on driving conditions, a computer algorithm. Just because it says to change oil at a certain time, is not proof the oil needs changing.

Mike
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rockfangd 
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08-30-19 07:00 PM - Post#2774521    
    In response to YOUNG57

That all depends on where you live lol.
In NY with the rust nothing lasts more than a few years

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dgstarr 
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08-31-19 11:43 AM - Post#2774571    
    In response to rockfangd

The brake wear sensors were a new feature for 2019. I would inspect the pads for wear, as it is very unlikely that the pads are worn out. This should be covered on your warranty.

Dave



 
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