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    2016 CX5 GT Needs new pads

    Looking to order pads for my 2016 CX5 Grand Touring. Called the dealer and $118 for the front set.. WOW. Amazon has them for $58 and list them as OEM K0Y1-33-28ZA-MV from Avondale Mazda. They list as fitting 2013-2016 but I've read on this site that 2016's are different? Anyone know the part number for front 2016 CX5 GT? Also looking to get rears too so if you know the part number please post. Also Anyone know a good online site to purchase pads?

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    That's amazing. I've never had to replace pads on any car with less than 100K miles in 28 years of driving and having owned probably 20+ vehicles in the family.

    Something sounds terribly wrong.

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    Check out sponsor above Med Center. Others have had rear pads go before fronts...

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    I wonder if caliper slide pins weren't adequately lubricated? I went through and did all mine months back. Some were nearly dry and some had grease. A pretty easy job to tackle if you already have the tires off for a rotation.
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    I don't know if I need new pads or not. I want to have a set on hand so when I am rotating my tires I have them IF needed. For those that have purchased pads for your 2016 can you share the model numbers?

    Thanks

    I just checked Med Center but they don't list 2016 models??

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    Sorry I can't help on part #... other than someone who has had some warranty work and can post part numbers from the work order you may have to call dealer to confirm. I don't recollect many swapping pads yet.

    Unless you have uneven pad wear it is possible to see pad depth through inspection hole on caliper with a small mirror and flashlight.

    Is your brake fluid reservoir level down quite a bit too?

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    Here are some OEM pads from Avondale Mazda that claim '13-'16.

    https://www.amazon.com/2013-2016-Maz.../dp/B0118Y7QD0
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    Thanks. Avondale Mazda is where I saw them. Does anyone that owns a 2016 know if those are the latest pads?

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    My 2014 CX5 FWD rear pads are approx. 20% worn at 26,000 miles. As Robotas stated; something is terrible wrong. Check to see if brake fluid level has dropped significantly and do a proper pad thickness measurement. Ed

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    I called Med Center Mazda and was told they changed the pads for 2016 KAYO2648Z Tried googling the part and nothing but overseas companies. I just rotated my tires and plenty of pad left all around after 30K miles. Just like to find the right set to keep on hand. Maybe I'll call the local dealer again and see what they say. Guess there were problems that got corrected in the 2016 models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erhayes View Post
    My 2014 CX5 FWD rear pads are approx. 20% worn at 26,000 miles. As Robotas stated; something is terrible wrong. Check to see if brake fluid level has dropped significantly and do a proper pad thickness measurement. Ed
    This is also my experience with pads. Most of my miles are highway so YMMV.

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    Keep in mind that almost all brake service centers give a "lifetime warranty" on the pads. There's a reason they're so confident. It's because they last forever.

    Since my earlier post I was thinking about my F150 with 312,000 miles on it. I replaced the pads after some very heavy towing in 1998 at 180,000 miles. The pads are still fine 18 years and 132,000 miles later. They have at least half the pad left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robotaz View Post
    Keep in mind that almost all brake service centers give a "lifetime warranty" on the pads. There's a reason they're so confident. It's because they last forever.

    Since my earlier post I was thinking about my F150 with 312,000 miles on it. I replaced the pads after some very heavy towing in 1998 at 180,000 miles. The pads are still fine 18 years and 132,000 miles later. They have at least half the pad left.
    That is some serious great wear!!!! I've never gotten beyond 100K miles myself... that being on my old beater '96 Explorer (5.0L AWD). I've decided I will never get rid of that vehicle and plan to keep it with the '00 Wrangler at my cabin full time in a year or so. Worth so much more to me in utility than I could ever purchase as new today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erhayes View Post
    My 2014 CX5 FWD rear pads are approx. 20% worn at 26,000 miles. As Robotas stated; something is terrible wrong. Check to see if brake fluid level has dropped significantly and do a proper pad thickness measurement. Ed
    I just replaced the rear pads on my 2014 with 46k miles. Nothing was terribly wrong, I did find it odd that the rears went before the fronts but that could be explained by my driving or towing my kayak trailer around.

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    Get the stoptech pads, they are about the same price and thicker and no noise too. I replaced my front/rear with stoptech preferred (basic) rotors and posi quiet pads

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