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I’m concerned about my 17 inch wheels. I noticed Damaged Hydraulic Lines. What does it mean?


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Uneven Tires Are Caused By Damaged Hydraulic Lines. The brake master cylinder is connected to the braking rotors via wear hydraulic lines.

 

If a hydraulic line is broken, the brake fluid may not be able to reach one – or perhaps all – of the wheels. A total brake failure might be disastrous, causing damage to the car and perhaps hurting the occupants and other people on the road.

 

While only one wheel is damaged, the car will pull to one side when braking. Furthermore, all of the vehicle's tires will be subjected to extreme and uneven wear.

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