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It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to. Our mechanics are mobile, which means they don't have the overhead that repair shops have. They provide you convenience by coming to your home or office.
|Cars||Estimate||Parts Cost||Labor Cost||Savings||Average Dealer Price|
|2009 Chrysler Sebring||$152||$54.36||$98.00||25%||$204.86|
|2010 Ford E-150||$175||$77.29||$98.00||23%||$227.79|
|2008 Nissan Sentra||$136||$37.53||$98.00||27%||$188.03|
|2014 BMW 740Li xDrive||$188||$89.75||$98.00||21%||$240.25|
|2011 Mercedes-Benz B200||$141||$42.93||$98.00||27%||$193.43|
|2007 BMW M5||$188||$89.75||$98.00||21%||$240.25|
Brake wheel cylinders push the brake shoes against the brake drum, causing friction that slows down the car. They are located in the rear brake system, inside the brake drums. Over time, wheel cylinder seals may wear out and start leaking brake fluid, reducing the effectiveness of the brakes.
Brake wheel cylinders are replaced in pairs. Both rear tires will get new cylinders.
It is a good idea to get the brake wheel cylinders inspected once every year. You should get your brake system inspected immediately if the brake warning light is on.
When you depress your brake pedal, the brake wheel cylinder applies pressure to the brake shoe. This pressure pushes the brake shoe into contact with the brake drum, which creates the friction that allows your vehicle to slow down and stop. When the brake wheel cylinder stops working, it is no longer able to exert enough force onto the brake shoe, and your vehicle will not be able to brake as effectively as it should.