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Unread 10-20-2007, 05:10 PM   #1
vfrey
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Hello everyone I am new here and have a few questions. I live in Mission Viejo, Ca and I really need some help with my brakes. I was told by the dealership that i need new rotors brake pads and need to fix a leaking rear differential. I think I might know how to do the brakes but could probably use some help if anyone is willing. Or if anyone knows of a place that would do the job well for under $1200 (what the dealership charges for the entire job)
Thanks, Veronica

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Unread 11-17-2007, 11:13 PM   #2
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Hello everyone I am new here and have a few questions. I live in Mission Viejo, Ca and I really need some help with my brakes. I was told by the dealership that i need new rotors brake pads and need to fix a leaking rear differential. I think I might know how to do the brakes but could probably use some help if anyone is willing. Or if anyone knows of a place that would do the job well for under $1200 (what the dealership charges for the entire job)
Thanks, Veronica
Hey Veronica,

I hope that by now you have your vehicle repaired. That cost seems a bit high for a brake job. As for the differential that repair will depend on the leak (if it's in the cover or the seal (by the driveshaft). I live in San Diego so my helping you repair your vehicle..

Can you also fill in your profile so we all know what type/kind/style vehicle you are talking about in your thread.

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