How much are rotors for a GMC?

How much are rotors for a GMC?

Car Service Shop/Dealer Price
2014 GMC Sierra 1500V6-4.3L Service typeBrake Rotor/Disc – Rear Replacement Shop/Dealer Price$991.01 – $1486.14
2010 GMC Sierra 1500V8-6.0L Hybrid Service typeBrake Rotor/Disc – Rear Replacement Shop/Dealer Price$795.22 – $1172.97

Should rotors be replaced every time?

Most likely, your brake rotors will require resurfacing or replacing roughly every other brake job. When a brake rotor wears unevenly, or grooves are worn into it, or corrosion develops on its surface, one remedy is to have it resurfaced.

How much does it cost to replace brakes on a GMC Sierra?

2020 GMC Sierra 1500 brake pads replacement, which includes parts and labor, can cost anywhere between $150 and $300 per axle depending on the type of brake pads desired and the extent of the damage your previously worn down pads have caused to the substitute components of your car such as the rotors.

How much are brakes for a GMC Sierra 1500?

GMC Sierra 1500 Brake Pad Replacement Cost Estimate. Labor costs are estimated between $114 and $144 while parts are priced between $153 and $201.

How long do rotors last on a truck?

30,000 to 70,000 miles
Under normal driving conditions, rotors should last 30,000 to 70,000 miles or longer. But rotor type or design, along with city or aggressive driving (where brakes are applied harder and more often, generating excessive heat), cause rotors to wear differently.

What kind of grease is used for brake pads?

Our recommendation is to go with silicone and PFPE-type brake caliper grease formulas that can withstand temperatures between -40 and 392 degrees Fahrenheit. Polyglycol follows, working well in temperatures between -40 and 257 degrees Fahrenheit.

How do I know if I need new rotors?

It could represent four signs that it’s time to replace your brake rotors.

  • Vibrating Steering Wheel. If you feel pulsing in the brake pedal and vibration in the steering wheel when you slow down, your rotors could be signaling trouble.
  • Intermittent Screeching.
  • Blue Coloration.
  • Excessive Wear Over Time.

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