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'17 Ti AWD - approximately 9k on it and I'm noticing fairly heavy scoring on the rear rotors. I tried searching to see if anyone else has the issue or not, but couldn't find anything.


Curious if anyone else has noticed this or not. Front rotors look normal, just the rears have the issue. Car hasn't gone in for its first service just yet, but will be very soon.
 

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not noticed anything on mine even after a track day. Would you be able to take some pics to share? From what I understand that'd usually happen with some crap in the pads. Might need taking off and inspecting at the new service.
 

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If it was just on one side I'd completely agree about something being caught between the pad and rotor, but this is both sides.


I'll definitely have it checked, was just curious if anyone had a similar issue.
 

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'17 Ti AWD - approximately 9k on it and I'm noticing fairly heavy scoring on the rear rotors. I tried searching to see if anyone else has the issue or not, but couldn't find anything.


Curious if anyone else has noticed this or not. Front rotors look normal, just the rears have the issue. Car hasn't gone in for its first service just yet, but will be very soon.
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Really depends on your area, in michigan i would think there are some snowy/salty/wet conditions that contribute to that, as well if youre easy on the car there may not be a chance for the rust to clean off by driving.
 
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Really depends on your area, in michigan i would think there are some snowy/salty/wet conditions that contribute to that, as well if youre easy on the car there may not be a chance for the rust to clean off by driving.

I drive it fairly hard (weather permitting) I'm wondering if it relates to the traction control over using the rear brakes or something, although I can't recall the traction light coming on.

I've got 4 other cars and I don't have issues with the brakes on them, plus my previous cars haven't had the issue. I'll guess we'll see when I take it in.
 

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I cant say about that, but ive seen it on customers cars that get driven year-round, but i dont see scoring, seems to be rust streaks
 

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I drive it fairly hard (weather permitting) I'm wondering if it relates to the traction control over using the rear brakes or something, although I can't recall the traction light coming on.

I've got 4 other cars and I don't have issues with the brakes on them, plus my previous cars haven't had the issue. I'll guess we'll see when I take it in.
There's a traction light?

Which dealer services your car?
 

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Pretty sure there's a traction light, isn't there? Suburban in AA is where I plan to take it. This is its first service, I took my Abarth there previously without any issues.
 
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