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    Abarth Brakes

    The Fiat dealer in Springfield Va wants around $800 for disk, pads and brake fluid, front only. Isnt that a bit steep?

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    Does that price include calipers?

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    You're getting fleeced hard, it's a dealership so no surprise with that.

    Replace them yourself, swapping the rotors and brakes are super easy on 500s including the Abarth.

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    Maybe, maybe not. It depends on what parts are included. Dealer price on pads and rotors is nearly $300, about the same price as most performance brands. They should be including a full flush of the brake system (4 wheels). That is usually $150 to $200 at most shops.

    If the OP can do the work at home, he can do the job at home for $100 to $150 using aftermarket parts.

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    Do it yourself. If you're not capable, hire the kid who cuts your lawn. Any mouth breather can do this simple job on all four wheels for WAY less than the $800 they want for fronts only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    Does that price include calipers?
    No calipers or tax.

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    Yes, it's a fairly simple job. Not everyone has a place to work on a car or the ability/desire to do the work. Then, in addition to between $150 and $300 for parts, the Op will probably lay out another $300 for tools (jack, jackstands, torque wrench, plus the tools listed in the video). All set up for the next repair job, assuming there's a place to store the tools.

    If you choose to jump into the task yourself, it's much like this procedure, except Brian didn't bleed the brakes. There is also the option of shopping around since a dealer pricing is usually high. If I walk in the door, my dealer charges about the same as you were quoted, but their website has a coupon which knocks off $250. My dealer will sometimes do a price match against a legitimate shop that uses good parts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobarth View Post
    The Fiat dealer in Springfield Va wants around $800 for disk, pads and brake fluid, front only. Isn’t that a bit steep?
    See if a local "performance" shop will do it. Less overhead for those folks.
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    I'll take mine to them for warranty stuff but for things like brakes I'll buy my own (used R1 Concepts on my last Abarth) and if i can't get my friends to help me install i'll try to find a local mechanic.
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