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Brakes should I, could I, replace brakes on my 2000 LR Discovery myself?

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If all 4 disc, you can but somethings to wathc for. Please live chat me and I can show you how to do all brakes in less than an hour

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9 times out of 10 it is the ABS modulator for the disco II's. That being said, i hope you're sitting down...only a LR shop or a shop with auto logic can fix it and it's gonna cost you... A new modulator costs around 2k. if you can get the dealer to install a remanufactured one, it will cost you around 700 for the part and about 3-4 hours of labor.

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