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Discussion in 'Canada' started by hemants, Mar 26, 2016.
Dealer or independent mechanic?
At 70k km and fronts are shot
Tesla doesn't have dealers. It has service centers.
Technically OP could take the car to a non-Tesla car dealer. I'm sure that's what s/he meant
Strange that brakes need to be serviced after only 70k. With Regen on all the time, I hardly use the brakes. If it is pads only that need to be replaced, then that should be a fairly easy DIY job.High Performance/Heavy Duty front pads are only CAD$ 80.- at Rock Auto.
Surprising that the fronts are gone so soon. Clearly, you are having way too much fun!
If you purchased the annual service plan I believe they are a covered item.
If you have the plan then brake fluid flushes are covered, brake pads & rotors are not.
The Model S uses bog-standard Brembo calipers, any reputable brake shop will be able to fit you new pads and check that your rotors are still within tolerance.