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How Much Should it Cost to Have a Master Cylinder Replaced?

Updated July 19, 2017

Taking your vehicle to a certified auto mechanic is a good way to ensure that your car is running properly. A typical master cylinder replacement costs between £195 and £325 for parts and labour. The final price may be higher, depending on the make, model and year of your vehicle.

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Certified Auto Mechanic

Taking your vehicle to a certified auto mechanic is a good way to ensure that your car is running properly. A typical master cylinder replacement costs between £195 and £325 for parts and labour. The final price may be higher, depending on the make, model and year of your vehicle.

Do It Yourself

Replacing the master cylinder yourself is a good way to save time and money, but it does require a fair amount of mechanical know-how. The cost of a new master cylinder from an auto parts store ranges between £32 and £65.

Bottom Line

If you have the time and mechanical inclination to replace your own master cylinder, it can save you money. Otherwise, be prepared to spend between £195 and £390 at a mechanic's shop, and wait up to a day or two for the job to be finished.

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About the Author

Sean Farmer has been a professional writer since 2004. He has written many published works for various websites. Farmer is currently working towards a Doctor of Philosophy in psychology at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

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