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Old 09-28-2016, 01:17 PM   #1
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It has been determined that I need a new hydro booster and master cylinder. The numbers for the Bosch replacements in the ACA technical help section does not cross to anything being provided by Bosch who has referred me to a Company called Driveline who cannot cross the numbers. My Coach is at a repair facility and I have gotten a partial OK from my warranty company to pay for the Booster and Master Cylinder; however at a significant difference from what the repair facility is quoting. I can handle the difference in the Hydro prices differences; however, the master cylinder is another thing. The warrant company is offering $177.92 and the repair facility is stating the cost of the master cylinder is $772.06. That is a whopping difference of $600. Can anyone help me out with good numbers and a place where I can get them?

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Old 09-28-2016, 01:37 PM   #2
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Sorry, can't help with correct PN's. There are some posts here on this site about changing/upgrading the master cylinder on the newer Alpines (including your year model). Certainly worth a search.

But, have to say it would be extremely rare for both to fail at the same time.

What symptoms lead to this diagnosis?
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