Q: How much for rear brakes, pads rotars and caliber?

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I all of a sudden have heard a grinding and then some times it sounds like something's dragging underneath the car but thrte is nothing underneath the car. I got front breaks done not long ago and I asked about rear brakes and they told me I had time left this was less then 6 months ago. My car is a Toyota scion TC

My car has 188069 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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