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Lexus Brake Pads and Labor

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When to replace brake pads on a Lexus
Here are a few common symptoms of worn-out brake pads:
  1. Low brake pad warning light is on: Not all vehicles are equipped with this system, but if yours is, this dashboard indicator light will likely be the first signal it’s time to replace your brake pads.
  2. Brakes start to squeal regularly: This is often one of the first signs of worn brake pads and is caused by a metallic piece built into brake pads for this exact purpose. This part contacts the brake rotor to make a squealing or whining noise when the pads are low.
  3. Brakes make loud grinding noise: If not addressed early enough, your brake pads may get so worn that the metal backing plate of the pad grinds against the metal rotor.
  4. Brake pads look thin: You may be able to visually check your brake pad thickness to determine if they need replacement.
Brake Pad Replacement for One Axle (Front or Back)

Traditional Repair Shop $300-$350

Dealership $350-$450
Brake Tech $168

Lexus Rear Brake Pad and Rotor Replacement Cost Average

Traditional Repair Shop $505-$570

Dealership $560-$625
Brake Tech $-350-$450

Front Lexus Rotor and Brake Pad Replacement

Traditional Repair Shop $495-$560

Dealership $550-$615
Brake Tech $385-$450

Front Lexus Caliper Replacement

Traditional Repair Shop $275-$360

Dealership $350-$450
Brake Tech $150-$250

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Lexus is one of the top-rated manufacturers in terms of reliability; their braking systems are no exception. A simple yet efficient braking system ensures Lexus brakes don’t prematurely wear, and keep the vehicle stopping smoothly. We use OEM-grade ceramic pads on all Lexus vehicles to ensure their legendary braking system operates in top form. From a simple Lexus IS350 to an advanced LS460, Brake Tech has the technical skills and knowledge to get your Lexus’ brakes repaired accurately, efficiently and for the best price.

About Brake Pad Replacement
Please note: Pricing shown is for either front brakes or rear brakes. Modern braking systems typically are self-adjusting to ensure that the brake pad maintains constant contact with the braking surface on a rotor or drum when the brakes are applied. Older brakes may need periodic adjustment where the pad is realigned to close the gap between it and the surface by tightening adjustment screws in the brake mechanism.
What's wrong with the brakes on my Lexus?
Car brakes may just be the most important safety feature on any car. Maintaining them is crucial, but a lot of people don’t understand how brakes on a Lexus work or what to look for to know whether they’re operating properly. In addition to the obvious safety reasons, maintaining your brakes will with a Lexus Mechanic is good for your car
At a basic level, cars like your Lexus use what are called “friction” brakes. These brakes use the contact between two types of material to bring the car to a halt. A friction brake may be either a disc brake or a drum brake.