Approximately what is the cost to replace front and rear struts on a 2006 Toyota Highlander?

Asked by Jun 30, 2015 at 11:42 PM about the 2006 Toyota Highlander Sport V6

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We were told that the struts are leaking on our 2006  Toyota Highlander when we had the
front brakes replaced.  Also the back brakes also need replacing.

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If your having a local shop do it, parts and labor , ballpark ( $1000-$1500 )for struts both front and rear, you'll also need an alignment. Rear brake job will be around $400-$500.

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Go to all the big box shops and get an estimate. Midas, Meineke, Firestone, Goodyear, Pep Boys, or call to get an idea. Then call some local shops to see if they are cheaper. Oh also call Toyota Dealership this will give you a baseline to base all the other shops against their bid! If my answer helped Please click my helpful link !

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