How much does it cost to replace brakes on VW GTI?

How much does it cost to replace brakes on VW GTI?

Volkswagen GTI Brake Pad Replacement Cost Estimate. The average cost for a Volkswagen GTI brake pad replacement is between $209 and $235. Labor costs are estimated between $101 and $128 while parts are priced at $108. This range is based on the number and age of Volkswagen GTI’s on the road.

How much is a brake job at VW?

How much does a brake job cost? Brake pads for a VW can cost anywhere between $150 per axle and $450 per axle depending on the type of brake pad desired. Volkswagen Brake rotor replacement can cost anywhere between $300 – $750 for total four rotors to be replaced. This cost price incorporates labor and parts.

How many brake pads does a VW Golf have?

The front brake pads for your Volkswagen GOLF, if purchased at Mister-Auto, are only available as a set of 4. All professionals in the automotive sector agree that it is preferable to change your Volkswagen GOLF front brake pads at the same time as the front brake discs, for enhanced braking and optimal durability.

What kind of brake pads do Volkswagen GTI have?

The standard 272mm solid rear disc brake pads have small integrated anti-rattle springs on the tabs of each brake pad.

Where is the brake sensor on a Volkswagen Golf GTI?

Not all Mk7 Volkswagen Golf GTI models come equipped with a brake pad wear sensor, with 2015 models in particular not coming equipped with the sensor option. If delivered with the option, the pad wear sensor is typically installed on the left front inner brake pad.

Why are the brakes on my VW GTI Warped?

Warped discs or rotors are usually the result of uneven brake pad deposits on the disc surface, which can be caused by any number of things. First, low quality, low-carbon discs will heat and cool unevenly as they’re used, causing ‘hot spots’ on the disc surface.

What’s the difference between golf your and Mk7 GTI?

However, there are some differences as the Mk7 GTI with Performance Pack utilizes a manual parking brake, and the Golf R uses an electronic parking brake. Because of this, the rear brake pads are not compatible between the R and GTI Performance Pack even though the discs can be used on either application.