Rotor replacement on 2010 Honda Accord w/ 170k mi!


How much does it cost to replace rotors on a Honda Accord?

Honda Brake rotor replacement can cost anywhere between $300 – $750 for exhaustive four rotors to be replaced. This price estimate includes labor and parts.

How much do rotors cost for a 2010 Honda Accord?

Our 2010 Honda Accord Brake Rotors products start for as little as $54.99.

How much is the labor to replace rotors?

around $150 to $200 per axle

Rotors cost between $30 and $75 each. Labor to replace rotors and pads is around $150 to $200 per axle. Brake pads and rotors come out to around $250 to $500 per axle.

How long do rotors last on a Honda Accord?

30,000-70,000 miles

Your rotors are one of the most durable parts of your car, but the above factors can shorten their lifespan. Expect your rotors to last anywhere from 30,000-70,000 miles depending on the above factors.

Should I replace all 4 rotors?

You do not need to replace all 4 rotors at the same time, but it is recommended to replace the rotors and pads as a set for each axle front or back at the same time. If the front brakes need to be replaced but the rear brakes are not worn out yet, then you do not need to replace the rear brakes.

When Should Honda rotors be replaced?

70,000 miles

Honda rotors should be replaced at or before 70,000 miles but rotors may degrade even faster depending on your driving habits and a litany of contrasting factors. Typically you will need to replace rotors in pairs starting with the front axle of your Honda as they tend to wear out quicker.

How much is a complete brake job on a Honda Accord?

Honda Accord 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 other components of your vehicle such as the rotors.

How much are brakes for Honda Accord?

The average cost for a Honda Accord brake pad replacement is between $213 and $237. Labor costs are estimated between $91 and $115 while parts are priced at $122. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific model year or unique location. Related repairs may also be needed.

How can you tell if rotors need to be replaced?

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.

How do I know when my rotors are bad?

To review, here are 15 common signs of a bad rotor:

  1. Vibration in the steering wheel.
  2. Pulsating brake pedal.
  3. Intermittent brake noises.
  4. Grinding when hitting brakes.
  5. Screeching after brake pad installation.
  6. Out-of-round rotors.
  7. Deep grooves or score marks.
  8. Cracked rotors.

Do I really need new rotors?

If your rotors appear warped or worn beyond the recommended discard thickness, they’ll recommend having them replaced along with your brake pads. If your rotors seem okay, some shops will recommend having them resurfaced along with the new pads.

Can you put new rotors with old brake pads?

When a set of pads is worn out and need to be replaced, it is perfectly ok to install a new set of pads on the old rotors. The fact that a layer from the old pads has “contaminated” the surface of the rotor means little once the new pads are bed in.

Can I just replace front rotors?

Rotors can usually only be resurfaced once, if at all, before they must be replaced. Ultimately, resurfacing rotors when you install new brake pads is a middle price point and a good compromise if you don’t want to spend more money on new rotors.

Do you have to replace both rotors at the same time?

Normally both rotors need to be replaced because they will usually have the same amount of wear. Even if one side is “good enough” it is wise to replace both brake rotors at the same time to maintain even braking as any difference in rotor thickness will cause the brakes to pull to one side.

How many miles do brake rotors last?

As a general rule, you should get your brake pads replaced every 10,000 to 20,000 miles to keep wear to a minimum. When it comes to your rotors, you have a bit longer. Your rotors should be replaced between 50,000 and 70,000 miles to keep your brakes in peak health.