2003 Mazda Tribute ES-V6 4WD 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
I have been told by Kona Mazda/Suburu that the 2003 Mazda Tribute ES (may apply to other years and models) requires new rotors at approximately 30,0000 mile service...WTF. They state that they can't be shaved because they wear down just like the brake pads and do not groove the rotors thus allowing a mechanic to shave them. Further, Mazda dealer states a federal sticker is located somewhere on the rotor that warns or states not to shave them. Had they told me this when I bought it new...I would have never bought this piece of crap. That was my fourth and last Mazda. Hello Honda!
Everything until the Brake Rotor issue came up.
Brake Rotors that don't need to be replaced at 30,0000 miles under normal driving conditions.
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