Asked on Sep 4, 2010
I just had new brake pads put on my car and the mechanic said I shouldn't/don't need to turn my rotors because they are heavy duty ported/slotted rotors and I'd be shortening the life of the rotors. Did he scam me or was it good advice? ...
Asked on Sep 2, 2010
The rotors are fine with the old pads. Install new pads and wheel shake shows up. This is cured by cutting the rotors or installing new rotors. Why do new brake pads warp rotors?
Asked on Sep 5, 2010
According to my mechanic I need front brake pads, front brake rotors and a labor item that reads "Replace front break pads, rotors, and flush the system". This is not a ford dealership, but a private (not a chain) shop. How much would you think ...
Asked on Sep 3, 2010
How much does it usually cost to resurface front rotors and replace brake pads (including parts/labor)? I have an '03 Toyota Corolla. Just looking for a rough estimate to see if I am getting ripped off. Also, I know you don't have to resurface rotors every ...
Asked on Aug 30, 2010
I need both of my rear brake pads and rotors replaced. I have a 2002 Chevy Suburban. Can you give a ball park figure how much the parts run. I took it in for an inspection today, my first estimate, including labor was about $420. ...
Asked on Aug 31, 2010
I have a 1999 Acura Integra.
I went to the shop and had the following done:
new brake fluid, changed air filter, front brake pads, rear brake pads, front rotors.
It was 185 parts+ 160 labor came out to be a total of $361.
Do you think it was a ...
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