Is it hard to replace the facia (key pad panel) on the V3.
Some "dealers and traders are quoting me ridiculous prices to fit a new key pad to my black v3. LIKE £25 & £30 "PACKAGES" this can't be right.
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it does sound about right.he was probably quoting you on premium pads plus his labour if you have the knowledge of doing brakes it will save you that money it really isnt that hard to replace pads on the front
They will need replacing when they are at the minimum thickness, which is stamped on the rotor in most cases. If they are rusted, they will need replacement anyhow. you may just call a few repair shops and ask for a quote on pads and rotors. Asking a quote for brakes is hard, because they dont have the car to inspect it, and its hard because nobody quotes the same parts, apples to apples. the cheapest is not the best deal, you get what you pay for. Get good quality brakes, your life depends on it. if it was me I would use dealer parts.
The panel is replaceable by removing the #20 torx screws inside the door. Once removed the metal outer door cover will slide down and the plastic top housing less switch panel can be unclipped from two locking tabs on either side. You can order via BOSCH service center, check to see if it is warrantied before removing