Friday, June 3, 2011

How much would it cost to have my brakes fixed?

I have a 97 plymouth breeze. I was driving today and my brakes wouldnt work. I almost died it was so scary. I had to swerve to oncoming traffic. I tried the E break and that wouldnt work either. I noticed when I finally got the car stopped, that there was brake fluid leaking the rear left tire side. I was wondering around how much it would cost to get them fixed. thanks alot for your help.How much would it cost to have my brakes fixed?about $100 bucks . all it needs is a new slave cylinder, brake fluid and the system bled out of all the air and you are well on your way

these cars have a serious . if it is the line you might have to get a new line put on and that may cost you . i recently did one on a '96 stratus so find a good mechanic and get him working on it the most you will spend should be about $250 to 300How much would it cost to have my brakes fixed?at least 300-400$How much would it cost to have my brakes fixed?New rear brakes %26amp; wheel cylinders, $250-$300??How much would it cost to have my brakes fixed?As long as the brake shoes/pads aren't gone, you may get away with about $150 to $200 to repair that leaking brake line or wheel cylinder...you lost half your braking power when the brake fluid went away from half your master cylinder under the hood...and yes, it is very scary!!!How much would it cost to have my brakes fixed?if you do it yourself it will be allot cheaper, but at a shop its prolly goin to be about 250-500 dollers for major work, but if it is just the pads then your lookin at about 50-75 dollers maybe 100..How much would it cost to have my brakes fixed?Brakes are something you can't get an accurate estimate on because you don't know what you need exactly until you tear it apart.How much would it cost to have my brakes fixed?You most likely have a leak in your left rear wheel cylinder, but may also have other problems because your front brakes should have still worked. It's really hard to estimate without looking at all 4 brakes, but if it's only the wheel cylinder, I'd guess around $100. If more work is needed, it just goes up from there.

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