Question about 2002 Dodge Durango
The labor shouldn't be more than two hours and the part should be around $75.00 max. So moderate shop will charge $95.00/hr for labor, a dealer closer to $125/hr. So at a cheaper repair shop, $265 plus tax, at a dealer more like $325 plus tax. Its an important component, but you don't have to get it fixed at a dealer.
hope this helps
P.S. Pep boys has cheaper labor and good mechanics.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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