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Need front brakes have about 3 mm left 2006 toyota camry v6 45,000 miles dealer or independent garage better

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The dealer will be expensive mostly because they use factory parts. It is pretty easy job so an Independent shop should be inexpensive and quicker. They will probably try to sell you more work than you need so be prepared for that. If you agree for them to do any work, always request to have the old parts left in the trunk in a box. Wagner is the only aftermarket brake pads that I know for sure will not squeal like most do. Factory pads never make noise but they can be 2 to 3 times more expensive. I hope this information helps you. Please rate me on my answer.

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