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2000 Mitsubishi Mirage Disc Brake Pad - Front Beck Arnley

P311-3A38076    082-1478  New

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Beck Arnley Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • PREMIUM ORGANIC; Original Equipment Type Pad Material; 13 Wheels
Brand: Beck Arnley
Position: Front
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2000 - Mitsubishi Mirage Front
Beck Arnley
1995 Mitsubishi Mirage Disc Brake Pad - Front 4 Cyl 1.8L Beck Arnley

P311-3A38076    082-1478  New

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Beck Arnley Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • PREMIUM ORGANIC; Original Equipment Type Pad Material
Brand: Beck Arnley
Position: Front
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Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Mitsubishi Mirage Front L 4 Cyl 1.8L 112 1834
Monroe
1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse Disc Brake Pad - Front Monroe - Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads

P311-3F862A5    DX484  New

MR389540 , 5018942AA , 5016228AA , 5093021AA , MR389546 , MR205143 , MB950555 , MR389537 , MR569592 , MR569780 , 4882070 , 5012651AA , MR475244 , MR389580 , 5018945AA , 5019767AA , MR569403 , 5114424AA , 5083071AA , MZ690166 , MR493984 , MR389511 , MR569588 , MZ690001

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Monroe Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • Hardware Kit Included
  • Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
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Vehicle Drive Type Aspiration Position
1992 - Mitsubishi Eclipse FWD Turbocharged Front
Monroe
1989 Mitsubishi Galant Disc Brake Pad - Front Monroe - Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads

P311-3F862A5    DX484  New

MR389540 , 5018942AA , 5016228AA , 5093021AA , MR389546 , MR205143 , MB950555 , MR389537 , MR569592 , MR569780 , 4882070 , 5012651AA , MR475244 , MR389580 , 5018945AA , 5019767AA , MR569403 , 5114424AA , 5083071AA , MZ690166 , MR493984 , MR389511 , MR569588 , MZ690001

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$31.06
Monroe Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • From 11/89; Hardware Kit Included
  • Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
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Vehicle Position
1989 - Mitsubishi Galant Front
Monroe
1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse Disc Brake Pad - Front Monroe - Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads

P311-3F862A5    DX484  New

MR389540 , 5018942AA , 5016228AA , 5093021AA , MR389546 , MR205143 , MB950555 , MR389537 , MR569592 , MR569780 , 4882070 , 5012651AA , MR475244 , MR389580 , 5018945AA , 5019767AA , MR569403 , 5114424AA , 5083071AA , MZ690166 , MR493984 , MR389511 , MR569588 , MZ690001

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$31.06
Monroe Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • To 5/92; Hardware Kit Included
  • Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
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Vehicle Drive Type Position
1992 - Mitsubishi Eclipse AWD Front
Monroe
1998 Mitsubishi Mirage Disc Brake Pad - Front Monroe - Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads

P311-3F862A5    DX484  New

MR389540 , 5018942AA , 5016228AA , 5093021AA , MR389546 , MR205143 , MB950555 , MR389537 , MR569592 , MR569780 , 4882070 , 5012651AA , MR475244 , MR389580 , 5018945AA , 5019767AA , MR569403 , 5114424AA , 5083071AA , MZ690166 , MR493984 , MR389511 , MR569588 , MZ690001

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Monroe Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • with 14 Wheels; From 6/98; Hardware Kit Included
  • Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
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1998 - Mitsubishi Mirage Front
Monroe
2000 Mitsubishi Mirage Disc Brake Pad - Front Monroe - Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads

P311-3F862A5    DX484  New

MR389540 , 5018942AA , 5016228AA , 5093021AA , MR389546 , MR205143 , MB950555 , MR389537 , MR569592 , MR569780 , 4882070 , 5012651AA , MR475244 , MR389580 , 5018945AA , 5019767AA , MR569403 , 5114424AA , 5083071AA , MZ690166 , MR493984 , MR389511 , MR569588 , MZ690001

Qty:
$31.06
Monroe Disc Brake Pad  Front
  • with 14 Wheels; Hardware Kit Included
  • Monroe Brakes Total Solution Semi-Metallic Brake Pads
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front
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2000 - Mitsubishi Mirage Front

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Question about brake job

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Question From salilsurendran on Question about brake job

Hello Friends,
Recently my brakes started squealing and I took it to a mechanic. He initially said the brake pads would have to be replaced and quoted me around $260 each axle. Then he called me up and said that the front rotors would have to be replaced since they were metal to metal. I was wondering as to why the rotors need to be replaced since they can be resurfaced and I had brake problems for only a couple of days and surely the brake pads would have given some indication that they were wearing out before going metal to metal. He even showed me the place where the metal on the rotor had filed away because of the brake pads being metal to metal. He quoted me $718 + tax. Of which about $315 is labor and $310 is parts and $50 is something like sublet which I think is rotor turning. Is the job too expensive. My car is at 60k miles and this is my first brake job.

Response From Hammer Time

Those Maserati's can be expensive to repair

Response From salilsurendran Top Rated Answer

Those Maserati's can be expensive to repair Mine is a Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder 2-door convertible

Response From Hammer Time

I guess i should have known that huh?

Those prices sound pretty outrageous. You should be looking at $250 to $300 per axle with new rotors. I don't know what he was subleting. There is no machining for new rotors and at those prices, there shouldn't have been any extra anything charged.

I also question how bad the brakes could have been at that mileage. You would have to have been pretty rough on them to wipe them out at that mileage.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Deciphering - Quote from top post ">>My car is at 60k miles and this is my first brake job."

IMO that's enough miles to need a full go around with a first brake job. Prices still seem high and didn't check on ranges of parts as still don't know what year this vehicle is. Machining 60,000 mile rotors would be out of the question and also as HT mentioned can't figure on what would be "sublet" out to do this?

T

Response From Hammer Time

The average mileage I see for front disc brakes these days is about 80 t0 90K and I see them as high as 150K, depending on the type of driving. Rear drum brakes commonly go 150K if the wheel cylinders hold up. When you see 60K, it's usually had the brakes used aggressively, although it does happen.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK - I see more lower miles and just plain worn down not real problems for first round. Plenty of folks do mix of stop and go, country driving vs prolonged highway use or all low speed. Some is just mostly vented discs give out shooting rust out of the vented area!

Centric brand (ca-ching$$) makes seriously baked on heat proof painted rotors, drums and other parts that really helps and machine after the painting of course ready and perfect out of box.

True - it all depends on use plus exposure by nature is going to vary greatly,

T

Help my wheel steering vibrate when slow down

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Question From jaimrez on Help my wheel steering vibrate when slow down

Mitsubishi Galant 2003 v6
My wheel steering vibrate when drive over 35 to 40 mph and hit the brakes. I replace my break pads and rotor about 3 years ago and my brake pads still look good. What this will be?
Thanks

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Time to replace pads and rotors again and stop driving so aggressively.

Response From jaimrez

Thank you

2006 Mitsubishi eclipse 2.4L Brakes making rough noise on sharp right turn

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Question From Charlesx97 on 2006 Mitsubishi eclipse 2.4L Brakes making rough noise on sharp right turn

For a 2006 mitsubishi eclipse 2.4L GS after I make a sharp right turn as I straighten out the wheels and I pump the brakes I hear a deep rough squeak. It sounds like metal rubbing together. The sound continues as I keep driving straight and pump the brakes until eventually it stops on it's own. I just replaced the brake pads on all four wheels like 3 weeks ago what could it be?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Whole host of reasons for this:
1. Just replacing pads and nothing else done.
2. New pads are hitting a rust ring on outer rotor surface.
3. Splash shield could be touching rotor or bent/damaged.
4. Caliper hardware not inspected, replaced or lubed.
5. Improper installation of any parts involved.
6. Twisted flex hose locking pressure to a caliper.
7. Defective flex hose(s) themselves.
8. Retracting pistons such that ABS items have old dirty brake fluid in sensitive components.
!! - Wheel(s) loose!
!!! - Cheap and or defective new parts.

The list could go on forever but IMO those would be most common,

T

2001 MITSU MONTERO SPORT possible drive shaft problem?

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Question From jjusth on 2001 MITSU MONTERO SPORT possible drive shaft problem?

Hi all, this is my first post so forgive me if I forget something, and thank you so much in advance for the help!

I have a 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport LS, 3.5L V6, 175,000 miles.

The car is not in the best shape, I'm saving up money to buy a new one and can't afford to take it to a mechanic and DEFINITELY can't afford to fix anything and sink any more money into it, but there are two sounds that concern me, and want to make sure it's nothing major that could harm me (or others) if I continue driving it without fixing it.

One noise pretty much sounds like squeaky brake pads - except I checked the brake pads and they are fine, and the noise is pretty much constant in acceleration, not the brakes. Pretty sure reverse as well, but it's constant in acceleration at any speed, even when on the highway. Just a constant, light, squeal/squeak like "eee eee eee"

The other noise only just started recently, it happens once in a while when I am accelerating, usually right when I'm shifting from park to drive and it's not a constant noise, more intermittent, and doesn't continue at any high speeds, just in the beginning of acceleration. This noise is hard to describe - I was going to describe it as like a deep, horn, brass-instrument kind of sound, but I found online the description of a SEAL BARK, and that sounds pretty damn accurate! someone else said like a water buffalo in heat.... you get the picture.

From what I've read on the internet (feel free to correct me) this seems to be an issue with the drive shaft or u-joint? Can I go a while with out fixing this? I want to just drive this car into the ground until I can get another one, hopefully just a few more weeks. I just want to make sure this isn't very dangerous?

Thank you in advance!!

Response From Sidom

Being this is the internet, we would have no way of answering your question on how long you could drive this....

Call around to get some prices on getting it checked out if you can't track it down yourself...... If you can get into the $20 range, that really wouldn't be too much to pay for some piece of mind.

You may even find some willing to look at if for free but since you have no intention of doing any repairs it really wouldn't be fair to them to waste their time with your problem when you know they have no shot at making any repairs.......

But that would depend on you & which direction your moral compass points...

Response From jjusth

Thanks, I agree $20 isn't much (and yes, I would feel bad having a mechanic look at it for free when I have no intention of getting it fixed), but the problem is I don't have a trustworthy mechanic... if they turn around and say, "this MUST be fixed, ASAP!" I can't do much. Of course get a second opinion, but...

I know you can't tell me how long I can drive this, maybe I should have been more clear... was just wondering if someone could tell me if this sounds like a drive train problem, or what kind of problem this sounds like, and a little bit of what that means?! I don't really know what a drive train is! Just want to get a tiny gauge of how serious a problem this is... thanks again

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

If I had to take a blind guess ( & I do...) I sounds like a dry u joint, a 2nd would be a brk sensor but that noise would go away when you applied the brks....

The obvious answer that we all know is it's best to fix it right away so more damage isn't done. That being said, while this is no way 100%, bearings & other problems like this usually start out small then get progessively worse. Common sense on this would be if it got real loud or a vibration start, that would be your sign it's time to park it. The unknown is that this could come on very fast or just a slow progression. I think the main thing for everyone's safety would just to be "aware" while driving and until the problem is fixed or at the minimum found out, I would keep the speed down....

I know the shops like you mentions but you have to realize they can't force you to make a repair. If they try strong arm tactics, don't fall for it & they just lost a future customer for when you are planning on fixing a vehicle.....

Response From mdaniel

Safety should be the main concern here.
I recommend you get it checked out by a certified mechanic or park it.