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How much does Hydraulic Brake Booster Replacement cost in Port Orange?

It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to in Port Orange. Our mechanics in Port Orange 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 in Port Orange.

Hydraulic Brake Booster Replacement pricing for various cars

CarsEstimateParts CostLabor CostSavingsAverage Dealer Price
2009 Dodge Caliber$356$127.76$227.977%$385.76
2011 Chevrolet Tahoe$457$238.36$218.475%$485.61
2006 Dodge Stratus$329$148.76$180.486%$353.01
2007 Mercedes-Benz E550$746$508.39$237.474%$777.14
2007 Mercedes-Benz ML350$801$563.16$237.473%$831.91
2007 Ford Mustang$503$246.76$256.476%$537.01

Hydraulic Brake Booster Replacement Service

What is the Hydraulic Brake Booster all about?

Conventional brake systems are equipped with vacuum boosters, but many vehicles today are equipped with hydraulic brake booster systems that use hydraulic pressure generated by the vehicle’s power steering pump instead of the vacuum system. This type of system works especially well with diesel engines, since there is no need for a separate vacuum source. This type of system uses fluid pressure from the power steering pump as a source of pressure to the master cylinder when you apply the brake pedal.

Keep in mind:

  • Hydraulic brake booster inspection is not part of your routine brake maintenance.
  • As is the case with all hydraulic systems, leakage can cause problems.

How it's done:

  • The vehicle battery is disconnected
  • The defective hydraulic brake booster is removed
  • The new hydraulic brake booster is installed and the battery is reconnected
  • The hydraulic fluid is filled and the engine is started and leak checked
  • The repair is verified and the vehicle is road tested for proper operation

Our recommendation:

If you suspect leaking in your hydraulic brake booster, have your vehicle inspected as soon as possible. If you have no stopping power, your safety is compromised. One of our expert mechanics will identify the problem and help you fix it.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Hydraulic Brake Booster?

  • There is brake fluid leaking onto the ground
  • Brake pedal is hard to press
  • Brakes ‘grab’ unusually
  • It takes a lot of effort to stop the vehicle

How important is this service?

Brake issues should always be dealt with immediately, as it may result in fatal consequences. If you’re due for a motor vehicle inspection, you won’t pass if the brakes aren’t working.


Recent Hydraulic Brake Booster Replacement reviews in Port Orange

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Duane

25 years of experience
510 reviews
Duane
25 years of experience
Very impressed.

Al

22 years of experience
26 reviews
Al
22 years of experience
Came in, asked a question, and got to work.

Benji

22 years of experience
277 reviews
Benji
22 years of experience
Benji made sure to get all the brakes done before we left on our trip, even making a special trip to get parts and come back.

Pardeep

21 years of experience
1078 reviews
Pardeep
21 years of experience
Very happy with Pardeeps knowledge and service. He was very friendly and professional and answered any question I had for him.

Horus

11 years of experience
122 reviews
Horus
11 years of experience
Horus us great! He is the reason that I will continue to use your service. He is knowledgeable.

Nathanael

12 years of experience
16 reviews
Nathanael
12 years of experience
He was on time and found the parts in a timely manner

Robert

20 years of experience
1092 reviews
Robert
20 years of experience
Very successfully was able to troubleshoot and solve a problem (with brand new equipment that had been installed) that was missed by another mechanic. Well done sir!

Anthony

25 years of experience
59 reviews
Anthony
25 years of experience
Friendly, very helpful and got the job done!

Corey

27 years of experience
43 reviews
Corey
27 years of experience
Fast professional job. Very knowledgeable and nice guy

Claud

8 years of experience
482 reviews
Claud
8 years of experience
Fast and efficient work!

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