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My passenger side- front brake line or hose leaked all brake fluid from master cylinder and needs repaired. I have it at Car-x, and I am fearing their price repair. What should i really have to pay with them to fix this problem?

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Helaine Kurot, Owner/Technician at 360 Automotive Repairpal.com has a great estimator on their website that can give you an idea as to what the shop should be charging. If it is a brake line (not a brake hose), pricing might vary as the line may have to be custom fabricated to the vehicle. Ask the repair shop to show you what is leaking, and ask to see the old parts when they are done (just let them know you want them so they don't get thrown out before you get there).

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