Brake Pad Replacement Cost for Jeep Commander

Brake Pad(s) Replacement Estimate (National Average)

Validated estimate range for national average.

The average cost for a Brake Pad(s) Replacement is between $160 and $275. Labor costs are estimated between $79 and $100 while parts are priced between $81 and $175. Get a personalized estimate based on your location and specific car. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.

Parts & Labor Breakdown
Labor: $79 - $100
Parts: $81 - $175
Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
Best Practices

Jeep Commander brake rotors should be measured at every brake pad replacement. If found to be at or below Jeep's minimum thickness specification, they will require replacement. These measurements should always be noted on your repair orde

The brake rotors should be inspected when the pads are replaced, and depending on their condition, they may need resurfacing or replacement.

We recommend braking gently for the first 40 to 50 miles of driving on new pads. This will allow them to adjust to the rotors and help prevent squeaking.

While it's a safe practice to use rotors worn or machined to Jeep's minimum specification, brake pedal pulsation is more likely to occur with thinner rotors. If your Jeep Commander is prone to brake pedal pulsation issues, you may be better o

Brake repairs are commonly offered at promotional prices that may be lower than the RepairPrice Estimate. Make sure you understand exactly which services are included/excluded in the advertised price.

Common Symptoms

Worn brake pads can result in a loud squeaking or grinding noise while driving, especially at low speeds. Replacing your brake pads early may prevent the brake rotors from being worn or damaged beyond repair.

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