You can try pulling them and putting some of this on the shims. This stuff is great good to 3000F and you can get a small tube of it at your local parts store.I'll check it out. I can't imagine what would be squealing maybe pull the pads and squirt some of that blue sticky crap on the back of the pads if it's not the wear tabs.
I am guessing it is the shop. You would literally either have to either dive bomb into red-lights or ride on the brake to get that kind of wear. Maybe heavy tracking but not with the normal everyday driving.20k on mine and probs 15% left. Something must be wrong with your driving or your brakes.
Yes thats true, they could just be doing their normal diagnostics R&R.I am guessing it is the shop. You would literally either have to either dive bomb into red-lights or ride on the brake to get that kind of wear. Maybe heavy tracking but not with the normal everyday driving.
When you have them out hit them with some sandpaper and bed them again. Problem solved if the grease doesn't work.I just hit 5,000 miles and mine are starting to squeal a good deal too, but I pulled the wheel and am not even close to half way through the pads. I'm gunna try to grease the pads a bit and see if that helps, otherwise I think I may have just heat glazed my pads and am going to have to deal with it.
If your brakes are shot anywhere near that mileage, your driving = FAIL.So my brakes have been progressively squealing louder the last 400 miles. Just turned 7000 and they're saying the brakes are shot! the brakes on my sti went and they did the brakes under warranty at 30,000mi. Mitsubishi told me tough luck.