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I found the culprit of my lack of parking brake on the Focus; both lines are stretched and frozen.

I took it to a shop, and they told me that it would cost $65 (parts and labor), when we only thought it was one that was broken. He took it on a lift, and discovered that both would need replacing.


I'm thinking $130, $140, right?



He quoted me at ~$200. That made no sense, and I told him to take it off the lift.


Another guy told me ~$180 for labor. BEFORE parts.

One guy was reasonable, $90 for labor, and $80 for parts (from the dealer). He said that he'd do it if I bought my own parts, too.


How much is too much?
 

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Also, what are the part numbers for the whole thing? The Ford dealer won't give them out.
 

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Check Tousley Ford Parts Depot web site. It's unlikely you'll find those parts from any other Ford dealer cheaper. Another good O.E. parts supplier is Rock Auto Parts.
 
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