Question about 1992 Honda Prelude
Well the cheapest way would be to do it yourself, if you dont have a service manual for your car go to advance auto and and find it then look up how to do it (write it down or something) then put it back on the shelf and make sure you understand it, and then get the parts and tools you need (some sockets and screwdrivers will work) fix it on a nice day.
or if you dont understand how to do it then call up the shop you use and ask them how much, if i were to guess off the top of my head i would say around 400 or 500 dollars
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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