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Question DetailsAsked on 7/30/2017

Whats the cost to replace brake lines on a 2003 gmc yukon xl

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Answered 3 years ago by Member Services


Depends on what brake lines - a single flex line (from rigid line on axle housing to wheel) might run in the $100 plus orminus range - a complete replacement of ALL lines (which should not be needed on that age vehicle) could well run in the $500-1000 range. The only lines which might normally need replacement at that age are the flex lines on the front wheels, if you do a lot of city driving (lots of turns).

Put the search phrase "brake line" into the Ask box above to see links to similar questions, FYI.

I would also google and check the website to look for recalls and technical service bulletins for your make/model/year, because I have seen some recent recall and class action suit info go by recently on GMC trucks/SUV rust issues on brake lines and frames. Recalls they HAVE to fix for free, but commonly if there is a TSB about a known issue a dealer (especially if you regularly do business with them) will sometimes fix it for free as a customer satisfaction measure even if not required, but only if YOU come to them with the TSB number - otherwise they will charge for the repair.

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