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Both rear whell cilinders need to be replaced. whats the best and cheepest way to do it?

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Your best bet is to shop around local shops like Midas, Tires plus, etc... they have specials and are considerable cheaper than dealer. If you bought parts yourself and did it yourself would be least expensive, but if you've never done wheel cylinder replacement before, this is NOT the car to learn on.

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