Q: 2011 toyota pruis; code c1391 abnormal leak in accumulator, brake light and abs light on, brake fluid tank full

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2011 toyota pruis; code c1391 abnormal leak in accumulator, brake light and abs light on, takes more force on the brake pedal to stop the car. The break fluid tank is full, no fluid or residue on the brake components, no leaks/fluid found on ground after car has been setting, problem has been going on for several weeks now. If the actuator and accumulator need to be replaced, how much do you charge for these components for my car?

My car has 100 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Andrew. Thanks for the follow-up question. I’ve forwarded your question to our service and sales department so they can work up an estimate for you to have the actuator and accumulator on your Toyota Prius replaced. They’ll contact you via email as soon as possible if we’re able to help you with this repair.

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