Wednesday, November 24, 2010

How much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?

I am driving a PT cruiser, and recently the brakes started screeching when ever i start driving, but interestingly enough only for the first couple stops, after braking a couple times it goes away.



I am pretty sure i need to get new brake pads at least. But i was wonder how much am i expected to pay?How much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?If the noise goes away, you could have glazed pads that are squeaking. Some pads glaze over due to hard stopping and slowing from high speeds. For your peace of mind, I suggest you have them inspected, Some shops provide free inspections and will give you an estimate for you to consider. Prices range from $69.00 per axle and go up from there. If rotors and callipers are in good condition, usually under $100.00.How much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?100 dollars,How much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?Any where from 40 to 100 plus dollars. If you do not do it your self you will be charged 60 dollars an 1/2 and hour for labor.How much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?pads are about 20 dollars.depends on which ones....if a shop does it 100 dollars an axel...hope you havent wrecked rotorsHow much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?well for pads they run around 60 bucks per axle and if there grinding metal to metal then your going to need to replace your rotors and thats going to cost more about 75 bucks or more for each rotor but if there not grinding you can just get the rotors machined for 10 bucks a peice and i would recamend a brake flush to keep things flowing like they should well i hope i was of some asistanceHow much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?starting price is around 100 bucksand up depending on how bad they are... so smart way is to make three calls and ask local shops...something you can do at home cheaper if you learn how.... 30 minute or less for each side about a good hour and a half for all four you can call the parts store and ask how much pads are and new rotors and get a price on aprts but thats just a wild guess at how much one would charge that will vary between shopsHow much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?cheap cold pads do squeak as they wear down and become harder. Many manufactures make %26quot;anti squeak%26quot; compounds that go on the back of the pad (it is vibration causing the sound). check how much pad you have left before deciding %26quot;worn out%26quot; is the problem.



Something as simple as just %26quot;pads%26quot; I would go to one of those franchise brake specialist companys...just DO NOT let them up-sell you anything...take th 89.99 deal installed and not a thing more.How much can i expect to pay for changing brake pads?as long as you don't need new rotors or calipers Midas advertises new brake pads and labor for $79.95 per axle.

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