A Brake Line Replacement cost in Lauderhill in 2024

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THE IMPORTANCE OF A Brake Line Replacement

What is a brake line and how does it work?

A brake line is a thin tube leading from the master cylinder to the calipers in the brake system of your vehicle. The brake lines are filled with fluid used to exert hydraulic pressure to force the brake pads to squeeze against the rotors in order to slow and stop your vehicle.

Your brake system is made up of many components. A hydraulic pump (the master cylinder) responds to force applied to the brake pedal and pushes against the fluid contained in the brake lines. That force is felt on the other end by a clamping mechanism (the brake caliper) that holds a pair of brake shoes along the sides of a spinning metal disc (the rotor) attached to each wheel. Thermal energy generated by the friction of the brake pads against the spinning rotors causes your vehicle to slow and stop.

Depending on their location, brake lines are made of metal or of rubber, the latter often referred to as brake hoses.


How do I know if a brake line needs to be replaced?

When a brake line fails, the likely result is that hydraulic brake fluid, a type of oil, will leak from the system. In some cases, if a brake line becomes damaged, or if a rubber brake hose becomes pinched or obstructed, your brakes might not function properly. Although many of the signs of a bad brake line can also point to other problems, it might be time to replace a brake line if you notice one or more of the following signs:

There is an oily fluid leak underneath your vehicle

Your brake pedal travels all the way to the floor when you press it

The brake pedal feels soft or spongy

You notice an increased stopping distance when braking

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How does a technician perform A Brake Line Replacement ?

Brake line replacement procedures can differ considerably depending on where in the brake system they are located and from one vehicle to another. For instance, replacing a rubber brake hose that leads to a caliper presents a simpler repair than replacing a stainless steel brake line running behind the engine and along your vehicle’s underbody.

Some brake lines include complex bends to snake their way around other vehicle components. Some require removal of other components for access. Special flaring tools are required when a technician needs to fabricate connections at the ends. One step that all brake line replacements have in common, however, is that the brake system must be bled of air once it has been opened up.

To replace a brake line, a technician will take the following general steps:

  • Lift and support your vehicle in the air and remove the wheel(s) and tire(s) if necessary
  • Remove any components - shields, guards, etc. - in the way of access to the path of the brake line
  • Disconnect the bad brake line at each end, taking care to prevent breakage and to collect the brake fluid
  • Dislodge the brake line from any mounting clips holding it in place
  • Remove the brake line from the vehicle and carefully compare it to the replacement part
  • Insert the new brake line in its mounting location, making sure that it runs in the same path
  • Connect the line at both ends and fasten into all mounting clips
  • Add fresh brake fluid and bleed the system of air

Other Questions Customers Ask

Is it worth replacing brake lines?
The brake system is arguably the most important safety feature of your vehicle. If your brake lines are bad - whether damaged or deteriorated - they must be replaced in order to maintain the integrity of the system. If the question asked is whether it is worth replacing the brake lines, the answer lies in whether or not your vehicle is worth the cost of the repair. In any case, the brake lines must be in serviceable condition.
Can you drive a car with a leaking brake line?
A vehicle with a leaking brake line should not be driven. When you press the brake pedal, the master cylinder pump exerts force on hydraulic fluid inside the brake lines. That force is necessary in order to cause the brake pads to clamp down on the brake rotors so your vehicle will slow down or stop. If the fluid is forced out of a breach in a brake line, your braking ability will be reduced. The brakes might even fail altogether.
Is replacing a brake line easy?
Replacement of a rubber brake hose is fairly simple; replacement of a metal brake line is more complex. That said, even a repair that should be simple is made more difficult by the condition of the brake line, often deteriorated by corrosion. Some brake lines are very complex to replace, since they are routed in all sorts of directions and around many vehicle components, including the engine. And in any case, the brake system must be bled or purged of air after replacement is complete and before your vehicle can be placed back into service.

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