Toyota 3S apparently takes 1500 for a brake service and it only includes opening up the brake pads & cleaning them up (which as far as my knowledge goes, is USELESS to do) then fixing them right back. Upon asking them to remove the brake caliper pins and grease them up fresh, the response? Refusal to do so and that it is only done if the pins are stuck, otherwise removing and inserting them INCREASES the hole size.
The disks were not cleaned with any sort of brake cleaner either; which is something that has to be done when you work on it with greasy fingers, which they had.
Do Iridium plugs need cleaning? As far as I know, they don't need cleaning but they will remove them and put them under the rotor that is used for removing rust etc. from nuts/bolts.
Can you tell your experience of a brake service at Toyota 3S, whether they removed the old grease from caliper pins and applied fresh?