Here's the instructions on how to do your own Brake Job.
If you do it yourself I'd allocate about an hour per wheel, some could cut that time in half, but your not on a time clock so just take your time.
I'd also take the easy way out and get the semi-loaded remanufactured calipers instead of rebuilding my own, less mess and they are guaranteed to work.
These prices are from NAPA ONLINE
, They are not the cheapest place to buy parts but I've yet to have any problems with what they offer. There's also good parts available from Advanced Auto, O'Rielly's and Auto Zone and others. I don't normally buy from the dealers because of their cost structure AND their parts are made by outside vendors anyway. Just because it's not from the dealer means little to me as long as a name brand company has made it.
Loaded front caliper, ea - $57 w/bracket; $52.50 w/o.
There are 2 different rear calipers listed by casting numbers;
casting # 3502 - $47.50 w/bracket; $42.40 w/o
casting # 3503 - $82 w/bracket; $77.50 w/o
They show 2 different front rotors ranging in price from $44 - $51.50. Both appear to be 12 month warranty, don't know the difference so I'd go cheap
They show 2 different rear rotors too, from $34 - $37. I'd still go cheap.
Both of these are 10.31" diameter and the service manual calls these 14" because they fit inside 14" or larger wheels.
I'll mention this other one that they show although I've never heard of anyone having it and I don't know where it comes into the picture. It's called a 16" because it fits inside a 16" wheel (but then so does a 14", right?). Just measure your rotor to be safe. This one measures 11.89 diameter and costs $47.50
Last but not least are the disc brake pads. There is a multitude of selection on these: organic, ceramic and semi metallic. The factory used ceramic and those can be had for between $29 and $68 depending on warranty. How good of one that you get depends on your driving habits and how much you want to spend. The bottom line is that they all work, just some will last longer than others.
I don't have a clue as to what the flat rate manual calls for on the time to do the work and shop prices can range from $40/hr to $95/hr or more. This could be an easy one to call around and get some pricing locally on, tell them you need a brake job with calipers and rotors and go from there.