Right. I understand that. But what about rotors?No I haven't, nor have I tried. The dealer won't replace the pads until the light comes on and less than a certain amount of pad is left. You never want to be on the track with anywhere near that little pad - most places won't let you on the track with less than 50%, and many want (and I recommend) new/almost new pads.
YesHave you ever been able to get BMW to replace brakes / rotors under the maintenance plan?
The wear indicator light is on, they measure the thickness of the rotors and pads. If it's below spec, they change it and get reimbursed by BMW for performing the service. They don't care how you get there.My guess is that it will throw a red flag to them when they see the amount of wear in such a short period of time.
That's great. Honestly, I fully expected to have to pay for brakes myself, but if BMW will pick up the tab...all the better!You will destroy your tires much quicker than you go through brakes.
To answer your question, BMW will replace pads and rotors that are worn out - regardless of how you did it.
Right front.Passenger side front? 225/45 is front fitment. And the directional arrows appear to be going clockwise. That's my CSI analysis for the week