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Brake pads between 20 and 3o dollars,

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How do I stop brakes shuddering


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 :)

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REAR BRAKE UPGRADE TO DISC 1997 CHRYSLER VOYAGER


That's an expensive job. You will need new spindles, backing plates, rotors, new master cylinder and a pressure equalizer. You may also need to install new brake lines for the increased volume of fluid. Usually costs around 1000 dollars just for parts. Rear disc brakes are mostly for sports cars. About 80% of a cars braking power comes from the front. Disc brakes aren't necessary for the rear.

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How to replace seals in a brake master cylinder?


unless you are qualified to do this then get a new one . Mostly the cost of parts and the risk of master cylinder failure at a bad time will be marginally less than a new unit ready to install.. Check with an accredited brake shop for the costs.

Jul 27, 2014 | 1987 Ford Sierra

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Brake light came on put new pads on brake light wont turn off how do i get it to turn off


Change your brake switch. The brake switch is right there at your brake pedal. They get stuck sometimes. That is your problem. It is a switch with a wire and a plastic plunger in it. It moves back and forth when you press and release your brakes. It does not cost much. Maybe $10.00.

Aug 04, 2012 | 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck

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How to change the brake pads


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.

Sep 11, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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I was driving down the high way and my caliper fell off and ripped my brake line and pulled off my e brake line. Or at least thats what i think happenedhow much is this going to cost me


My best guess, not knowing the type of car you're driving, is at least $500-$700. You're looking at the cost of a new caliper, new pads, new brake lines, possible a new rotor, and the labor to replace all of it.

Jul 07, 2010 | Cars & Trucks

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I have brake fluid leaking from back passenger wheele right from the back onto the tire..is this a costly repair? is there any thing i can do to fix it my self


No, it won't be costly. It's just the brake cylinder leaking. You will need to buy a new one. You will have to pull the wheel off, and take the brake drum off. Undo the brake line from the back of the cylinder. Remove the two bolts that hold it in place, and replace it witht he new one.

Dec 29, 2009 | 1994 Dodge Caravan

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How much would it cost to replace the master cylinder and power brake booster for 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager 3.3V6 w/96K miles


this is big job. I recommend to buy a used master cylinder from junkyard. It will cost around 50 dollars. if you buy it new it will cost more than 160 dollars. The labor cost will be more that that. If you know how to work in car. I can show you step by step how to remove it and replace it. Let me know if you want to do that. If you like this solution, please click accept

Oct 10, 2009 | 1998 Plymouth Voyager

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How much should a new one cost? I just paid


how much should a new what cost you do not say part.

Sep 11, 2009 | 1998 Isuzu Amigo

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Rears brakes are locking up and the front brakes are shot. and how much does a new master cylcnder cost?


you do not need a master cylcnder. you will need a wheel break cylcnder cost $15.00 to $20.00 . new front break pad cost about $10.00 to $35.00.i do not know what the local garage get for labor were you live . good luck

Apr 28, 2009 | 1994 Chevrolet Caprice Classic

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