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What do these service recommendations mean? See pic

I’m assuming they’re recommending inspections. I just had my brakes done on the front. I had a new airbag sensor installed BTW it costs me $930. Why does it matter if my tires are yellow ? What’s the comment about the drivability issue ?
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I would guess the color referred to the condition of the tire thread, not the color of tire itself. In this case green would be good (enough thread), red is bad (bold tire, 2/32 or less), and yellow would be somewhere in between. But it depends on how they define "yellow".
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I would guess the color referred to the condition of the tire thread, not the color of tire itself. In this case green would be good (enough thread), red is bad (bold tire, 2/32 or less), and yellow would be somewhere in between. But it depends on how they define "yellow".
that’s right. I should have enough tread to last another year though ! FYI my Front brake pads and rotors our new replacements. Nissan didn’t actually say anything to me they just put the comments on the. paper.

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The wear bars show at around 1/16" now, to keep you from going to bald. Here they are not passed at those showing.
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