The front brake pads will wear faster, and the rear brake may eventually seize due to not being used.
When they wear out!!!!
The new pads will not be so effective and will wear down faster. Best to fit new rotor too.
Yes, you have a problem with the caliper slides.
There is no set mileage which tells you when to get new brake pads. Wear on the brake pads depend on various factors, most importantly the braking habits of the driver. Front brakes wear out faster the the rear brakes. If there is a noise when you brake or you feel grinding, then you should bring your vehicle to the mechanic.
Probably wear indicator on brake pads Replace pads
No, usually not, unless somebody hits you in the rear bumper, but you will wear your brake pads faster if you stop really fast.
Non-Asbestos OrganicThis type of brake pad, commonly referred to as NAO, is made from organic materials such as fiber, glass, rubber and even Kevlar. These types of t pads are usually softer and don't create much noise, but they tend to wear faster and create a lot of dust.
No that is uncommon. Front pads normally wear more rapidly. Check the parking brake adjustment.
Front brake pads will wear out much faster than rear brakes pads on a properly functioning and normally driven vehicle, this happens because front brakes do most of the work when slowing down. Rear brakes pads will last more than 3 times longer than front pads.
replace front brake pads