How long does it take to repair a power brake booster?

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Asked by Jan 27, 2013 at 10:09 AM about the 2001 Pontiac Aztek GT

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What needs to be repaired? Are you planning on rebuilding it? I have rebuilt a brake booster before and it can be an arduous procedure. Removing it and draining it is not the problem... It is all the small parts involved. I would highly recommend that you take it to a shop and have it done there.

Maybe an hour or 2. It's not a major surgery, assuming you have a good tool set

When I said an hour or two I misread the question I was thinking replace not repair joef's answer is better than mine

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It's just a replacement. Already purchased the new one.

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Ok, cool..you should have no trouble. You may consider busting you knuckles before you start and get it over with. I can't check my oil without doing that it seems

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