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On a 3.0L engine has front and rear caliper's.

Front caliper about $60.00
Rear caliper's about $80.00

On a 2.2L engine only has front brake caliper's

Front caliper's about $60.00 to $70.00

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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    Napa auto parts has these caliper's not only dealer parts.

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Calipers are a toyota only dealer part unlike a ford with bendix or bosch brakes so as its a dealer then the sky is the limit ,strip and clean the fit new seals and make sure the seal path in the caliper body it well clean and they will work just like new.

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