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How long should it take to replace a Honda Accord 2006 Master Cylinder?

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The hardest part is priming it with fresh brake fluid before you install it. Typically it takes about a half hour. I am curious on a 2006 it shouldnt need replaced and wouldnt it still be under warranty?

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