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I have 57,000 miles on my 2003 Toyota Avalon. I was advised to replace my water pump and my timing belt. Thbe car seems to be operating normally. How much should this repair cost?

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4 hours labor at the going rate for your area; 50 dollars for the timing belt, $150-195 for the pump and coolant

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