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2002 Toyota Highlander break replacement NEED BRACKET

2002 Toyota Highlander need breaks. Mechanic informed me that the bracket needs to be replaced on one side of the back break. He can not locate the correct part. He informed me that the bracket will cost $700.00 from the dealer.
Is this insane???
Has anyone had this issue?

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Your guy is flat-out lying to you.

The part you need is Part Number 47721-48060, and it costs about $105.00

700 dollars. How ridiculous.

This is why FixYa exists. To stop people like you from getting ripped off.

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