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My 1996 Honda Accord is in for only front brakes at a local shop. They are telling me that it will be $480.00 dollars. I know they have to use a slid hammer to remove the rotor but $480 for front brakes only seems high. thank you for any help on this. Pat
Hi I have a Chevy Silverado that I am having problem with. I've changed a lot of parts on it like fuel pump, fuel filter, fuel injectors, spark plugs, wires, distibor, cab, and rotor map sensor Iac valve tempature sensor and clean the hole tbi and it still seems To run rough in Order for me to start it I have press the pedal and have to hold it so it won't ...
I have an 89 Chevy Astro 1500 with a 5.7L 350 motor. It has been acting funny the past few days. It completely died on the road and would not start, went and bought a rotor button and it cranked right up, but now it won't start At times. What are some other things to check? We know it is getting fuel so it is not the problem.
I would like to replace my front rotors and pads on my 2002 Chevrolet Malibu. With so many choices out there I'm confused. Could you recommend which rotors and pads to buy that would be better than stock but not break the bank
The car has 127,000 miles--Took it in for a tune up. They did spark plugs, fuel filter and rear brake pads and rotors. They even replaced a brake light (I took in the bulb) and charged me $570.00--WOW!! I was shocked They said parts were 155.70 Labor 412.80. I had trusted this place.
I have a 2004 Dodge Stratus that I just purchased it needed front hubby bearings and rotors I replaced them but didn't replaced the pad because I was told they still had some life left on them. My brakes light comes on and offer now and I don't know why

Hi, I have a 1998 Honda CRV, 2.0L L4, with 137K miles that is throwing several CEL codes: P0301 (cylinder 1 misfire), P0302 (cylinder 2 misfire), P0304 (cylinder 4 misfire), P0300 (multiple cylinder misfire), and P1399 (manufacture control ignition system or undefined code). Recently the sparkplugs were changed, the distributor cap and rotor were ...


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