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    Anybody recommend a brand of pads for this? I'll do the fronts myself if they're that simple.

    I can get a set of Brembo pads, for 79.60 from buycarparts.co.uk

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    Anything other than ordinary OE pads.

    Dusty..

    It's 2019 folks and multiple choice of low dust ceramic .
     
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    Brembo are OK.
     
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    How to change the front brakes on an Audi Q7 2015 with Rotors and brake pad sensor - YouTube 15 minutes per wheel to change the pads and discs!

    Say half an hour labour total for just the pads, plus 75 for the pads (I suspect an Audi dealer pays a lot less) and that's coming in at nearly a 1,000 per hour, for labour charges.

    Had a quote from another Audi dealer of 500 for front brake-pads.

    Both quoted 1100 for pads and discs.

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    I've just had a conversation with my local independent garage, who has given me the unwelcome news, that 'these pads are still in development and only available from a main dealer, at 300+...' which at least explains why it's 500+ all-in from Audi.

    The part number he quoted me, is 8M0698151T for 375mm discs. However looking on places like eBay, I see the following OEM part numbers 4M0698151AA, 4M0698151H, 4M0698151T, 8W0698151N.

    FOR AUDI Q7 4MB 2015- FRONT PREMIUM BORG & BECK BRAKE DISC PADS SET | eBay

    I've got 21" wheels and sites such as Parts search don't even have 375mm discs.

    Looks as though I'm going to have to bite the bullet and pay a main Audi dealer to do the work.
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    You have the look on your car PR number. Brembo P.85.165 are suitable for the following numbers:
    1ZA, 1LN, 1ZK, 1LP
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragebe View Post
    How to change the front brakes on an Audi Q7 2015 with Rotors and brake pad sensor - YouTube 15 minutes per wheel to change the pads and discs!

    Say half an hour labour total for just the pads, plus 75 for the pads (I suspect an Audi dealer pays a lot less) and that's coming in at nearly a 1,000 per hour, for labour charges.

    Had a quote from another Audi dealer of 500 for front brake-pads.

    Both quoted 1100 for pads and discs.

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    For Q7 4M it goes a bit different than for Q7 4L (as on video), but still easy. If you want to see the detailed instruction register yourself on www.erwin.audi.com , pay 7 Euro for 1 hour access and download and print the instruction.
     
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    I've given up and accepted the 500 quid bill. Hopefully it will engender some good-will with the dealer.

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