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Sometimes the times are in your service book you can check there what the dealership estimated. I would say they would charge between 2 - 4 hours ~$250 - $400. You may have a mechanic who charges a cheaper rate specialist. Generally most replace the water pump at the same time when you get this job done as it needs to be removed anyhow and they are usually not that much $.

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Typical timing belt intervals are every 60k miles. It's a very involved service to do the whole job - timing belt, timing belt tensioner, serpentine or accessory belts, water pump, thermostat, spark plugs, all fluids, all filters, brake and suspension inspection, and tire rotation. On many cars it's recommended to change the oxygen sensors as well. Quite a bit of this can be done when you want, but the first five items are critical and should all be done. And regardless of whether your manufacturer says the coolant is "lifetime", replace it - don't reuse coolant. It's cheap and it's good practice to use new coolant.

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