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What mileage should brakes be changed if you own a 2004 impala with 47000 miles on it?

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2005-11-16 22:19:00
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That depends entirely on driving conditions and the habits of the driver. It is not unreasonable for a 2004 Impala to need new brake pads at 47000 miles. Once the brake pads are worn to the point of needing replacment, you had best get the job done and avoid additional expense.

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