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Wow, 1,000 dollars for brakes???? One thing people should do with this car is learn to do your own repairs. I did my front brakes (rotors, pads and calipers) all for like, $150 I believe? The back will be the same when i do those. So if i did both I'd only spend $400 MAXIMUM. Crazy how shops will rip you off like that. Goodness and for such an easy job.Report it
I replaced the entire front brakes (calipers/rotors/bearings/etc) for about $100. Rears aren't that much more. Find a better repair shop. Transmissions are about right but its pretty easy to buy one whole for about a grand and takes about 2-3 hrs to change it out. But to pay for them to do it, yea thats about right.Report it
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