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Brake vaccum pump seal leak

Hi Experts, brake vaccum pump seal leak in my car they say to replace with the new one, how much does it cost can i get a good quality one in better price. Or is there anyother way to fix it. Regards, Antony

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Have they said were the leak is, as if it is the connector you can replace the seal for the pipe. failing that you will need a replacement, there are plenty on the market you can choose from, or even get one from a breakers yard for a good price. just remember to flush. out all the old brake fluid after you have fitted the replacement there is a kit you can buy that will push the old fluid out. and then put new fluid in. the kit will help you do this to.

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Get a professionally rebuilt pump. Don't try to mess with rebuilding yours, it isn't worth it. I know the rebuilt pumps are high ($450) plus, but it will pay off in reliability and performance.

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