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Haggard Jan 19, 8:38am - #377872 

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Dealer brake work

Hey, Im gunna have my pads replaced all the way around and the rotors cleaned, anyone have an idea of what this may cost? Its not a big deal, but it'll suck if its like 300 bucks.
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Chelica815 Jan 19, 8:42am - #377873 
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I doubt that it will cost as much as $300 bucks. You are not going to try and replace the pads yourself? I know that the 2 front are pretty easy to replace. Not too sure about the back tho, never tried doing that.

And as for cleaning the rotors, that shouldn't be a problem unless you are talking about resurfacing it.

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Haggard Jan 19, 8:43am - #377874 

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dont have the time to do it myself right now, but I wanna get it done b4 i go on vacation...they are starting to squeal a lot and its annoying the hell outta me...

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RookieGTS Jan 19, 9:42am - #377875 

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see if you do it yourself. sometimes to may have to bleed the brake lines.
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Haggard Jan 19, 9:50am - #377876 

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???? yo rookie, i dont understand your post at all man, sorry...

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My Sixth Gear Jan 19, 10:22am - #377877 
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you should bleed the brakes anyway

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Celiman69 Jan 20, 4:43am - #377878 
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not really, you shouldn't have to bleed the brakes unless you disconnect the brake line from caliper, which you dont need to do to change the pads.
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My Sixth Gear Jan 21, 9:57am - #377879 
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yea that is true

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