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Passenger side front brake leak breakfluid at piston

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Your car needs the front calipers to be replaced even if only one is liking.
If your car is 10 years guaranty it still under guaranty and it can be fixed at the Hyundai dealer.
If you can not get your car to be repaired by the dealer under guaranty then the price of each caliper is around $40.00 in most of the autoparts.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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