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1995 Mazda Protege Brake Hydraulic Hose PBR

P311-0E32CE4    New

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1995 - Mazda Protege
SBS
2004 Mazda 3 Brake Hydraulic Hose SBS

P311-4F526C9    New

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  • Front
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2004 - Mazda 3
Corteco
2004 Mazda 3 Brake Hydraulic Hose Corteco

P311-5CADA54    New

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Corteco Brake Hydraulic Hose
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  • Rear
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2004 - Mazda 3
SBS
1986 Mazda 323 Brake Hydraulic Hose SBS

P311-59CDAF2    New

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SBS Brake Hydraulic Hose
  • Front
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1986 - Mazda 323
SBS
1990 Mazda 323 Brake Hydraulic Hose SBS

P311-3A9CB13    New

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SBS Brake Hydraulic Hose
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1990 - Mazda 323
SBS
1995 Mazda Protege Brake Hydraulic Hose SBS

P311-3A9CB13    New

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SBS Brake Hydraulic Hose
  • w' Rear Drums
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1995 - Mazda Protege
Dorman
2001 Mazda Tribute Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

P311-2F0AE2F    New

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Dorman Brake Hydraulic Hose
  • Rear Right
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2001 - Mazda Tribute
Dorman
2001 Mazda Tribute Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

P311-42F9AFA    New

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Dorman Brake Hydraulic Hose
  • Rear Left
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2001 - Mazda Tribute
Seiken
1986 Mazda RX-7 Brake Hydraulic Hose Seiken

P311-48AFD8D    New

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$21.07
Seiken Brake Hydraulic Hose
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  • Front - Right
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1986 - Mazda RX-7
Seiken
1988 Mazda RX-7 Brake Hydraulic Hose Seiken

P311-48AFD8D    New

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$21.07
Seiken Brake Hydraulic Hose
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  • with 4 Piston Front-Calipers.
  • Front - Right
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1988 - Mazda RX-7
PBR
1984 Mazda RX-7 Brake Hydraulic Hose PBR

P311-2D83A9D    New

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PBR Brake Hydraulic Hose
  • Rear
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1984 - Mazda RX-7
PBR
1993 Mazda MX-6 Brake Hydraulic Hose PBR

P311-236BAA1    New

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  • Rear
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1993 - Mazda MX-6
Dorman
2003 Mazda 6 Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

P311-3CC9823    New

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Dorman Brake Hydraulic Hose
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2003 - Mazda 6
Genuine
2003 Mazda 6 Brake Hydraulic Hose Genuine

P311-3C40E79    New

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$49.33
Genuine Brake Hydraulic Hose
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  • Front - Right
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2003 - Mazda 6
Genuine
2003 Mazda 6 Brake Hydraulic Hose Genuine

P311-3C40E79    New

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2003 - Mazda 6
SBS
2000 Mazda MPV Brake Hydraulic Hose SBS

P311-4077D38    New

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SBS Brake Hydraulic Hose
  • Front
Brand: SBS
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2000 - Mazda MPV
Corteco
1995 Mazda Millenia Brake Hydraulic Hose Corteco

P311-53E8709    New

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$21.32
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Brand: Corteco
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1995 - Mazda Millenia
Dorman
1998 Mazda B4000 Brake Hydraulic Hose Dorman

P311-31CAA42    New

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$15.85
Dorman Brake Hydraulic Hose
Brand: Dorman
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1998 - Mazda B4000
Beck Arnley
1990 Mazda 323 Brake Hydraulic Hose - Front Beck Arnley

P311-1B1DCFB    New

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$11.18
Beck Arnley Brake Hydraulic Hose  Front
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
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Brand: Beck Arnley
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1990 - Mazda 323 Front
Beck Arnley
1993 Mazda 626 Brake Hydraulic Hose - Front Beck Arnley

P311-1B1DCFB    New

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$11.18
Beck Arnley Brake Hydraulic Hose  Front
Brand: Beck Arnley
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1993 - Mazda 626 Front

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Mazda B2300 Brake Issues

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Question From Trout_Brake on Mazda B2300 Brake Issues

I drive a 2003 Mazda B2300 with 120,000 miles. I had my front pads and rotors replaced 6 months ago. I then noticed that there was some shaking in the steering and slight squeaking (only when braking) that began in early December so I had the rear brakes (drums and shoes) replaced last week at a different repair shop. When I had the rear brake job completed, they told me that the shaking in the steering was from the front brakes. After driving it for a week I think they are correct, but shouldn't my front brakes be just fine since they are only 6 months old? Anyhow, now I think I need to have the front rotors turned to get rid of the problem, but I'm wondering how this could occur on practically brand new rotors. Did I get a crappy brake job on the front brakes or did the fact that I didn't have both the front and rear brakes replaced at the same time have something to do with it? I've had front brakes repaired on other vehicles in the past without any problem so I don't think this should be the case. Should I take it back to the original shop that did the front brake job and complain?

Angry in Athens GA

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

If all they did was toss on new pads on front that isn't enough for a brake job professionally. The rotors may have warped since then and noise IMO is from assorted bargain products. Of course customers don't want to pay more for better but it should have been suggested.

Turning them now would probably solve the shaking but that means if the pads weren't absolutely perfect they should go too again as they wouldn't match the now "true" rotors till a break-in period and braking really could be far less effective for a while and not professional to do that.

I'd bring it up with the place the did the front brakes.

Side note: I about won't turn any rotors anymore as they just don't come with tons of extra "meat" for that and the thinner they are the more apt to warp.

Check for yourself at a major car parts site and see the wild different grades of pads and rotors available. They are expensive usually but Centric IMO far outweighs the price with the quality you get. If they have enough thickness to turn them then fine but I still don't like that anymore. That will make them quiet again for a while too but a lot of noise is quality of the pads or possibly other reasons.

No harm in asking the first shop to recheck their work. There's tons more to brakes than pads and rotors. They need good calipers, good brake hoses and the sliding parts lubed. If those are original rotors at the miles you should have been advised to toss them then. It's been a while now so you are at their mercy IMO,

T

Response From Trout_Brake

Thanks for the information. It is still a mystery to me how new rotors and pads could warp in six months unless they didn't actually replace them with new rotors. I guess I should inquire about good quality parts from now on. By the way, what should I expect to pay to get this type of repair? Between the front and back brakes, I've already shelled out $500.00 since August.

Response From Hammer Time

Just to let you know, it's not the time that ruins rotors, it's the driving habits of the person behind the wheel. Aggressive braking, especially in wet weather is what causes that and some drivers can manage to warp rotors in a week while others can get 100K out of the same parts..