Kia Sportage Brake Master Cylinder Replacement Cost.

The average cost for a Brake Master Cylinder Replacement is between $255 and $312. Labor costs are estimated between $79 and $100 while parts are priced between $176 and $212. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
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Problems elsewhere in the brake system can cause symptoms similar to a defective brake master cylinder, including stuck calipers and ABS valve bodies. Have the shop inspect the entire brake system to verify that the problem is specific to the master cy

Flushing brake fluid every two years can extend the life of your Kia Sportage brake master cylinders.

Common Symptoms

A failing brake master cylinder can cause the brake pedal to sink, feel spongy, and be unresponsive when depressed. It may also feel like the brake pedal goes all the way to the floor when braking. This is a very serious condition—the car should

A defective brake master cylinder can set a diagnostic trouble code and cause a warning light on the Kia Sportage dashboard to illuminate.

Brake master cylinders are often replaced when they begin to leak brake fluid.

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