2004 Toyota Camry Q&A
2004 Toyota Camry Question: Brakes
What does "major" mean? Does that mean that you need calipers, too? You can look up an estimate on RepairPal's estimator: http://repairpal.com/estimator If you get an estimate for both brake pad and rotor replacement as well as caliper, you can probably subtract some labor charges, because there will be some overlap between pads and rotors and calipers. - matte
you should get the brakes pads and rotors and go to a local mechannica and let them do it dont go to toyota dealership - Visitor
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