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I need labor hours required to replace timing belt on 2002 xg350?

How many hours should a repair shop charge me to repl the timing belt on my 2002 XG350L?

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3-4 hrs plus parts About $ 600

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ALLDATA SHOW 4.4 HRS TO REPLACE BELT.

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The sensor list price is $80 and the time required to replace is 3.0 hours so at $100 per hour labor and 1 hour to diagnose it the charge should be $480 plus shop fees and taxes.

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I have a 2005 PT crusier and my front crankshaft is leaking due to this oil is every where I will jave to replace all belts and possibly my alternator how much is a good price to get the crankshafe...


It is hard to tell you what is too much as it all depends on where you live and the shop rates where i live and what i charge is 60.00 an hour what i would normally charge on something like this would be as follows and all labor hours are from chiltons labor guide some shops use a different labor guide which gives them more time to do the job which means you pay more.But here is my labor costs front crank seal that all you need dont try to let them tell you you need the front crank replaced but front crank seal with turbo if your car has turbo would be 2.6 hours so you would multiply that times 60.00 if it does NOT have turbo then the labor hours would be 4.6. It is a good idea while you are doing this to have the timing belt replaced again with turbo 2.3 hours with out turbo 4.6 so you are looking at 4.9 hours with turbo and 9.5 hours with out turbo now these are only labor hours you will still need to factor in parts and labor hours for any additional parts you may want installed. I hope this will help you and give you an idea as to what your cost may run good luck.

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Leaking rack and pinion steering unit in a 2002 infiniti i35. How do you repair and what is the estimated cost?


The only way to repair a leaking rack and pinion is to replace the rack and pinion with either a new or remanufactured unit. (Nobody sells rebuild kits for them like they used to several years ago.)
AutoZone lists a remanufactured unit for $452.99 plus a $115.00 core charge. Click HERE for more information.

If you are having a professional shop do the job, they will most likely charge you the standard labor time multiplied by the shop labor rate + alignment charges. This can vary considerably depending on the area where you live and what shop you take it to. The standard labor time to perform rack and pinion replacement on your vehicle is 5.5 hours. (Does not include alignment)

The labor rate in my area averages about $95 per hour. A wheel alignment can be done for about $70.
The total job would run $1045.99 + taxes and charges for shop supplies, which would put it right in the neighborhood of $1100.00.

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Does it require tune up


Regular Maintenance is vital to keeping your car on the road. The time and effort you put into keeping up with scheduled maintenance can save you big money in the long run.
Dealer 30k, 60k or 90k mile tune-ups can run from $250 for 3-4 hours of labor and basic maintenance, to over $1,000 at places with high labor costs and additional maintenance services, such as timing belt replacement.
If the mechanic identifies needed repairs, this can add a significant amount to your total.
At 90K repair shops normally replace the timing belt, or timing chain.
Your car require a tune up, if you have more than 30K on it. What kind of tune up your car needs depend on how many miles do you have on your car.


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How much is the cost to replace a timing belt and how much time should it take?


A simple belt replacement is typically about $400 on your car (02-06 Camry V6)

The belt retails for $52 from Toyota.

The book labor time is 3.6 hours (at whatever your local shops charge, typically around $90 per hour)


Common add-on repairs at the time is the waterpump for an additional half hour plus parts, and the cam shaft seals (which are notorious leakers on this engine!) which is an additional 2 hours labor (plus parts). That time is fairly generous though, and most shops (mine included) typically charge much less to add the cam seals..

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Well, the labor on this specific Audi will be 5.5 hrs+ parts. the labor depends on the shop. every shop is different. lets say you brought it to my shop.my labor charge is 50 dollars an hour so, that will be a $275.00 labor charge added to the part cost which would be $220.44 for the timing belt and tensioner combined. this brings you to a total of $495.44 for the total repair. Keep in mind, this figure was calculated on the basis of a 50 dollar an hour labor charge. it can flucuate ethier way, depending on what shop you take this vihical to. I must say that, its better to replace it before it breaks and, it is a good rule of thumb to replace the water pump as well at the same time as this repair.

Please rate and have a great day:)

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I just had a tensioner placed on my 1999 escort zx2 today


http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/ProductDetail.aspx?MfrCode=FAA&MfrPartNumber=45842&PartType=819&PTSet=A

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/ProductDetail.aspx?MfrCode=DAY&MfrPartNumber=5060505&PartType=1063&PTSet=A
These are two links for the parts , labor varies depending on state and shop. No more than an hour labor. Normally I would recommend a tensoner whenI change surpentine belts. Hope this was helpful. Here is link for labor charge.. http://repairpal.com/ Good luck leave me a fix ya if I fixed ya thanks

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6-8 labor hours. But each shop defines labor hours differently

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Surpentine belt


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
paul
P.S. Pep boys has cheaper labor and good mechanics.

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