Cost of brake, rotor work, and new exhause manifold?
About how much would brake and rotor work and a new exhaust manifold cost? I'm looking at buying a used 94' grand cherokee with 125000 miles on it and want to know what I can expect to pay for those repairs.
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Re: Cost of brake, rotor work, and new exhause manifold?
If you are going to change rotors at the least you will need pads as well. As for the manifold, figure on removing the intake as part of the job. Therefore you will need the manifold and gasket set for both. You can look up parts prices at napa auto online. As for what the shop charges, all shops have an hourly rate which they set themselves check that with shop you intend to use.
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If you are referring to the Brake Pulsating or Steering Wheel shaking when applying the brakes - that is more than likely warped rotors. Which may be that you are due for brake system maintenance/repair.
Usually that happens about when the pads are worn out. It will need the rotors turned or replaced and probably brake pads replaced also. With Disc Brakes front and rear you may be able to view the thickness of the lining on the pads through the openings on the wheels - depending on which wheels you have
NOTE: The cost of new rotors may be very close to the cost of turning your old ones - check this possibility - if so - buy new :)
sounds like your brake pads are worn out depending ondamage to the brake rotors will depend on the cost. if you are lucky you will have to only replace the pads. if the discs are gouged out then you will have to either machine them flat again or buy new rotors also.
Remove the tire and then the caliper. Brake pads on the VW Beetle are relatively easy to change, and are done so in the same manner as an american car. I'd also recommend that you buy new rotors since they are not all that expensive. Not changing the rotors (or having them resurfaced) will lead to squeaky brakes. The cost to resurface will be more than half the cost of new rotors, and new rotors will make the job easier & quicker.
That depends on where you go and what kind of pads you use. I would recommend a full ceramic only. They cost a little more but are worth it. Less wear and tear on your rotors, They dont emit the black brake dust, making your wheels look awful and there is never any squeals. Our shop will do a complete ceramic brake job, including resurfacing rotors for about 155.00
Sure if you want to go all stock... Stock exhaust is expensive...
Look in the phone book for a muffler shop. these guys kow their business and I bet on that car you can get the whole thing NEW for about 600 bucks or less..
Need brake fluid and new pads and turn rotors repack wheel bearings and if the master cylinder ran out of fluid you will need a new master cylinder. Master cylinder cost $49.95 pads cost $40.00 to $60.00 and a quart of fluid is about $10.00 turning the rotors is $12.00 each and this depends on the engine type a 3.0 duel overhead cam V6 with vin code S, if the rotors are to bad to turn you can buy new rotors for $30.00 each..