Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
How much at the shop will it cost if they had to completly remove the old rusty ones and put all new brake lines on.
Expensive!! Someone asked for advice a couple of months ago, they ended up paying about $1,200.
It of course depends on your area and garage as to what u would pay. This is a labor intensive job, the brakes lines are not expensive, it's paying someone to do it that is. Any auto parts store have a selection of different diameter and length brake lines, as well as brass fittings to connect them together. If u do it yourself, you will save a ton of $, but laying on your back, with rust falling in your face as u try to loosen rusted lines is a challenge. I'm too cheap to pay someone, I've replaced all my brake lines on 2 trucks, don't look forward to having to do it again. Shop around and get several prices. Good Luck!
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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