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94 Corsica Labor Costs SwayBarLink/CVaxleAssy/CtrlArmBushings

My sway bar link bolt broke, and the bar jumped overtop the axle, and
ruined both rubber CV covers. Grr.. Ok, both a Sway Bar Link kit and CV axle Assy are required. I can see what happened, and I understand this.

Now my dealer also says my control arm bushings must also be
replaced (why? i dont understand). Anyway, he says that adds +$20
for parts, but also adds another $275 for labor (!!!!!!)

Isnt there a significant labor overlap on these two jobs? This is at a
Chevy dealership.

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Dealer is always alot higher

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