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The average cost to replace brakes and rotors on a 2004 dodge stratus

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  • john_arambul Mar 28, 2009

    I need to replace rear brake pads for my 2000 dodge stratus. What do I need? Does anyone have some pics?

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Around .. $250.00 and $300.00

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About $60 for rotors and about $20-25 for pads....if you buy them yourself....and it is EASY to replace these!!!

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INCLUDES R & R OF COMPLETE ENGINE ASSEMBLY. TRANSFER OF ALLNECESSARY PARTS. NOTE *** DOES NOT INCLUDE GASKET REPLACEMENT ***

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get written estimates from multiple shops , compare prices , go with who you trust . remember this when you vote ,i'm not the bad guy , just researching and relaying honest information . cheers

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