How much should I pay to replace my clutch master cylinder?

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How much should I pay to replace my clutch master cylinder?
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Certified Mechanic

Taking a car to a certified mechanic is the most common method for having repairs performed. On average, mechanics charge between £130 and £195 as of August 2010 to replace a clutch master cylinder, including parts and labour. The final price may be higher or lower, depending on the make, model and year of your vehicle.

Do It Yourself

Repairing your clutch master cylinder yourself is a good way to save money. Most clutch master cylinders as of August 2010 retail for around £32, with the exact cost depending on your specific type of vehicle. Replacing the master cylinder does require a certain level of mechanical know-how, however.

Bottom Line

If you have the time and ability to replace the clutch master cylinder yourself, you can save a lot of money. You may also be able to get your car back on the road faster than a shop that has other cars to service. Otherwise, be prepared to pay between £130 and £195 and wait a few days until the job is finished.

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