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:banghead:I was driving with the family on the weekend to Oklahoma on a boxing tournament and the emergency brake and traction control light came on, took it to the dealer and they told me that the seal to the mastercylinder had gone out and leaked so many pints of brakefluid into the booster. I had to get a whole new mastercylinder and a booster pump, it cost me $800.00 to get it fixed. Has anyone had this problem? I called other dealerships to price the parts and they told me that they can't keep the parts in stock because of the same problems with similar vehicles.They suggested that I keep my receipt because there might be a recall, I have also had to change the head light harness because it burnt out and not to mention now its telling me to service the low air pressure sensor. I almost forgot, we drive a 2008 Outlook with under 61000 miles. That just aint right. I happen to be a GM guy but I don't about that now. The Mazda CX-9 are looking pretty nice.