Has anyone had their brake pads/rotors replaced on their Model S, and if so, how much did Tesla charge for the brake service? I've been experiencing intermittent high pitched squeaks when coming to the stop while applying the brakes. My car is a 2012 S 85 with about 38k miles (I purchased via CPO in 2015 at about 24k miles). The squeaky brakes appeared about a year ago, and when I brought it to the Tesla service center to be checked out, I was told that there was some glazing on the pads and the service tech recommended putting the regen on low for a while to get rid of the glazing and the squeaks. I lived with it about a year, but the squeaks have become more consistent, so I brought the car in today, and they're quoting me $1,583 to replace the front/rear brake pads and rotors. The confusing part is when I brought the car in last year, they gave me the option of having the pads/rotors replaced, and the cost would've been $840?? I'm not certain, but I thought the earlier $840 quote was for both front/rear brakes. Does $1,583 sound like the right price for replacing pads/rotors at all 4 wheels?