That all depends on the driver. Just to let you know, you will be paying out the wazoo for insurance on a Wrangler. It's a higher liability if it doesn't have a hard top. The auto trans in the wrangler is horrible... plus they usually dont last long... i know for a FACT that the manual trans last 10 years or so... anyways... good buy, they are fun and easy to work on.. have a ball lataaaaaaaaaaa
Price brakes most expensive brakes and roters for 1992 jeep wrangler
should brakes be kept in a good condition
becasuse its a rear wheel drive vehicle
The grand Cherokee does have four wheel disc brakes. The wrangler and Cherokee have rear drum brakes.
Loss of brakes
negative acceleration (deceleration) this is a very vague question as there are so many factors to consider: are the brakes appled, how much of the brakes are applied, condition of brakes, condition of the tyres, suspension setup, clutch slipping, condition of cv joints, surface the car is traveling on
It will take an average of 229 feet to stop after going 50 miles per hours after seeing danger to stop. This will vary according to condition of brakes and drivers reaction time.
there is a rubber plug on the back of the brake plate below the axle, pop this off and use a flat bladed screwdriver stuck into to rotate the star to loosen the brakes.
That varies a lot depending upon what kind of car it is, what kind of brakes it has, what kind of tires, the condition of the tires, the condition of the brakes, how much weight it is carrying, what is the road condition, is there snow, ice, or rain on the road.
I just had the front brakes 'done'. I called about 6 places, some named brand and some 'garage', and the average cost was about $130-$140. This includes new pads and resurfacing. Also realize my front brakes are disc brakes, my rear brakes are drum brakes. Drum brakes are about $50-$60 more. They broke it down to $60 parts $70 labor.
Assuming you mean "replace" the brakes, the brakes should be inspected for condition every time the vehicle is serviced and repairs, if any needed, should be done at that time.
Yes. When it hits a brick wall it will stop in a lot less than that. In normal circumstances, it will depend on how hard the brakes are hit, the condition of the brakes, the road condition, etc.
That depends on the driver's reaction time, the weight of the car, the condition of the brakes, and the composition and condition of the pavement.
It is illegal to repair brakes by an average person take the vehicle to a qualified person.
The average cost to repair your brakes varies according to what is actually wrong with the brakes. The estimated cost for your problem is around seventy-five to one hundred dollars.
The cost for brakes on the Acura RSX vary slightly by retailer. On average the brakes range in price of 250.00 to 320.00. This cost does not include installation and labor.
You should bring your car in to a shop or a place like auto zone etc. They will inform you on the condition of your brakes and when they need to be changed out.
The average cost for a brake job to be done on most automobiles and trucks, depends on what type of vehicle that you drive. A less expensive car front brakes can range between $40-150 for a truck $100-300 and back brakes are higher.
60-0 in around 135 feet is about average.
The average cost to replace brakes on your 2004 Subaru is $70 per wheel. The cost to replace brakes will vary depending on several factors.
You might be in good condition but what about the road condition (wet, icy), the state of you tyres (good tread or worn), the state of your brakes?
Maybe a frozen brake caliper yes most definatley a frozen brake caliper or possibly a pebble or small rock lodged between the pad and the rotor. I had this same problem with my 93 YJ new brakes and it was good.
If you are wondering the cost of repairing auto brakes because you have been hearing a lot of squealing and squeaking in your brakes whenever you drive, then the average cost is around 200-300 dollars.