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Old 07-19-2023, 07:14 PM #1
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2016 T4R Four wheel brake job cost

My 2016 4Runner will soon need pads front and rear as they are down to about 2mm. Do people have any recent prices for the cost of a four wheel brake job with pads, light rotor resurfacing, and brake flush? I feel like the price of everything is so much more than I last remember, so I would like to get a better sense. Thank you.
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Toyota dealership in Greenville, SC states $150-$300 per axle. That’s parts and labor. ~1 hr labor per axle ($80-$100) and ~$100-$200 in parts per axle.

You really just have to call around and ask for quotes. A simple job like this should be rough quote-able over the phone. Automotive Labor ranges anywhere from ~$60-$120 per hour depending on if you are in the middle of nowhere Louisiana or Metropolitan California. Also, many places won’t resurface your rotors these days…
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Thank you. The dealers here will resurface using an on the car lathe/. It is very accurate in terms of run out. But the cost they charge for it offers little advantage over simply changing the rotors.
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Thank you. The dealers here will resurface using an on the car lathe/. It is very accurate in terms of run out. But the cost they charge for it offers little advantage over simply changing the rotors.
Last I was hearing about other toyotas(Sienna/camry etc), at the dealer 800 if they resurface, 1200 if they change rotors. You can probably get another shop to do pads and resurface rotors somewhere like firestone between 400-600

If you can DIY I would estimate <300 in parts and 2-3 hours of time to change pads and rotors.
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Most dealers will be $1k-$1500 for new pads, fluid, rotors. You can do it yourself for less than $500 with Toyota parts. Just always remember to reset your caliper pistons and clean / grease your caliper slide pins (use grease designed for such). I use toyotapartsdeal.com for OEM parts, amsoil for fluids, and AGS Sil-Glyde for slide pins.

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Most dealers will be $1k-$1500 for new pads, fluid, rotors. You can do it yourself for less than $500 with Toyota parts. Just always remember to reset your caliper pistons and clean / grease your caliper slide pins (use grease designed for such). I use toyotapartsdeal.com for OEM parts, amsoil for fluids, and AGS Sil-Glyde for slide pins.

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I literally just dropped my 4Runner off to have all 4 brakes done. ~$800 + tax. I'm in the Puget Sound area. Nothing is cheap here.
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To DIY rotor, I am always fearing about removing it. In most case, rotor can be "welded" by rust.
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I had the job done at a local shop that does good work. Work breakdown:
Resurface all four rotors;
Remove rear brake rotors and clean up the parking brake (nice and tight now);
New Toyota pads; and
Brake fluid flush.

$925 with tax.

Dealer was about $1100 without fluid flush.

Shop did a nice job. Brakes feel like they did when new in terms of pedal travel and stopping effectiveness.

I am in the MD suburbs of DC.

CNN reported today the average family is spending $700 per month more for the same basic spread of good and services as compared to two years ago. So in our house we are watching everything closely. Hope this helps others.
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I just upgraded mine to the powerstop extremes. New pads and rotors were $500
10-23 4Runner Power Stop Z36 Extreme Truck & Tow Brake Kit
I'm by no means good at anything mechanical, but a brake job is a pretty simple operation. If your rotors are "rust welded" on, but you're swapping them out, just tap them real good with a hammer as you rotate them and they'll come off easy. Don't bend up your front heat shields pulling on them. Go to harbor freight and buy wire wheels and polish your hubs before you put your new rotors on. Have a second person to help with the flush (just get two quarts of brake fluid and run that all through). Took me a few hours to do... if you get these powerstops, the brake in (pun intended) is important, so follow the directions. Don't put your stinky, scorched brakes back in the garage after you do the brake in.

I'm kinda disappointed with myself for not buying the shiny red calipers they offer, but I thought it was a bit... extra... they would have looked real nice, though.

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I literally just dropped my 4Runner off to have all 4 brakes done. ~$800 + tax. I'm in the Puget Sound area. Nothing is cheap here.
Was that including new rotors and brake fluid?
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I put power stop rotors on last time and didnít get much out of them, they wore faster than the Oem, so I went back to solid rotors , most shops out here wonít turn them so replace is what Iíve done, a good hammer and turning them as you bang will get em off. Or you can use the threaded hole and press them off, never done that, but bet itís pretty easy.
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$800 in Austin

I picked up the Akebono full brake kit (Front&Rear) off Amazon for $420 and paid $400 at a local shop for installation.
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