How Much Does Brake Line Repair Cost?

The brake lines are the reinforced rubber tubes that are designed to withstand heat and extreme hydraulic pressure.  These lines, in turn, will link the brake caliper to the metal brake lines from the car’s master cylinder.  These lines must be flexible in order for the front wheels to turn properly.

If these brake lines were to fail, the brake pedal could feel soft and/or the brake fluid could start to leak, causing your car to lose its braking force on one side and creating a drift to one side whenever you apply the brakes.  Brake lines, on average, will fail due to age and are commonly replaced at 100,000 miles.

With any braking problem, it’s never safe to continue to drive, and it’s so important to visit a mechanic immediately to resolve the problem.

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