I've been experiencing vibration when braking in my 2002 Odyssey and took it into a shop. Shop is recommending a brake job all around, which makes sense.
In addition, the mechanic noticed that the rear "dust sheilds" or "backing plates" are heavily corroded, and indicated that while they could try to re-use them, they recommend replacing them while the brake work is being done since there is a lot of overlap in the labour.
However, the price they are quoting to replace the backing plates doubles the cost of the brake job. It seems high to me, since the brakes will be apart regardless, and the parts aren't particularly expensive.
So I'm wondering, what additional labor, beyond the work required for the brake job, is involved in changing the backing plates?