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Steel Line

Repair Brake Line Woes
Most days, we rely on our vehicles without giving much thought to the intricate system that makes it go and stop. When it comes to safely traversing the roads, a fully functioning braking system can ensure the safety of everyone around. Strange smells, screeching, pedal issues or a warning light are all things that should never be overlooked. Although a number of issues could be causing a problem, if your trusted vehicle's stopping performance becomes lack luster and braking power is noticeably reduced, AutoZone has the best steel lines for cars and trucks.

Signs Its Time to Replace
Brake lines serve as the conduit to take fluid and hydraulic pressure from the master cylinder to the wheels. They are designed to do it quickly and without the vehicle losing control. Although engineered to last, rough roads and frequent driving can stir up debris that can penetrate these lines. Once they have a hole or crack, it diminishes the integrity of the system. Extra moisture and air can work their way in or vital fluids can leak out. Issues such as soft braking, leaks and pulling when braking may indicate a repair is needed. Cracks can also lead to corrosion. Once that happens, it weakens the parts and opens the door for much bigger problems. Upon inspection, additional signs that indicate needed repair include a dragging line, stripped threads and rust or leak spots inside the wheels.

Economical and Durable
Brake lines need to be functional, flexible and ready for high heat and pressure. For vehicles that are pushed to the test, rubber replacements may not stand the test of time. To get something more durable, search for steel lines near me. When AutoZone pops up, you can be confident that we have what you need. We have an array of low-carbon steel replacements that are easier to bend yet designed for high temps. Most are coated with polyvinyl fluoride, which is a durable plastic coating baked on the steel. Engineered to not chip or flake, it creates a barrier from the effects of corrosion. It can withstand varied weather and harsh road conditions. It is also a cost-efficient solution compared to other materials.

Get the Right Fit at the Right Price
Just as every vehicle is different, so are its replacement parts. Brake lines come in different sizes and lengths. While there are some common diameters—1/4-inch, 3/8-inch and 5/16-inch—it is important to measure the threading on the current line to ensure the right fit. The wrong part won't seal properly, creating leaks and potentially other bigger problems. AutoZone makes it easy to search for your vehicle make and model to ensure you purchase the right part. In addition to a wide selection to choose from, AutoZone has the lowest prices on steel lines.