I just had my 2006 Range Rover Sport serviced at the dealer for new brake pads (front and rear), 4 new tires and an alignment to the tune of 3K. Now the car is making a slight whoop, whoop sound and when I had the service guy drive with me, of course it isn't anything they did but maybe it's the differential going out, WTF. Does this sound right? What would be a reasonable cost for differential replacement?
differential replacement? on 2006 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
by Ron Malott Design in Austin, TX on May 18, 2010
ANSWER by dandd on May 18, 2010
$3000 is outrageous, even for a Jaguar or very big Mercedes for the work that you had done. A 4 wheel brake job is about $1100 with new rotors, front and rear. This is right inline with the info on RepairPal. I have worked on these vehicles, so that is also what I refer to, hands on experience. Also, when I look up the work on a Professional labor guide, it is still very inline with the $1100 range. I would find another shop ASAP. Have them evaluate the noise and go from there. http://repairpal.com/directory?address=78734&car_brand_names=Land+Rover