No it's not. Find an independent shop that really cares about your saftey, and not your money. Do both wheel cylinders when you do it, so often the other lets go in close proximity ro the frst failure. IF you are lucky the shoes won't be contaminated with brake fluid, letting it go may force you to replace them. When the Master cylinder goes low, you risk damaging the mastercylinder and getting into more expense. Or profit for the dealer.
Monday, October 1st, 2007 AT 1:54 PM