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It really depends on where the work is being done because labor rates are different at each shop. I can tell you that in my labor guide it says it takes 2 hour to replace the starter so depending on the shop you take it to would/should be 2 hour in labor. The Concorde came with a 2.7 and a 3.2 liter engine but the labor time is the same. Now as far as the cost of the starter both engines have a list price of about $300.00 but if you were to purchase the part (if the shop lets you) it mast likely would be about half that cost for the parts. Hope I was able to help
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if you have a clicking sound when you try to start the car and the noise is coming from the front of the car then the starter has a bad spot in it or there is a dirty or bad connection at the starter.if the connection is good and clean(not dirty or corroded)then the starter has a bad spot in it and this is why it will start sometimes.
The starter is located under the motor on the drivers side...if you're looking at it from under the car (which is where you'll need to be) it will be to the right and back of the catalytic converter. There are two silver pipes that run right by it...
If I'm correct, I'm not sure, it's easier to jack up driver's side of car and have the wheels turned to the right. There are splash sheilds that you'ld have to remove. From there you can get your arm in to work with the starter. It's a tight fit though but doable. When you remove the starter the flywheel cover will come with. Make sure you put it back on exactly. So pay attention. I found out the hard way. Like I said I'm not sure. I worked on a dodge intrepid or concord around the same year. Since I'm a GM man, I don't remember it's a completly different setup or not.