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It overheats to quickly but how much should it cost to get both head gaskets cleaned, pressure tested, planed, timing belt changed and a radiator flush on a 2litre v6 1994 mazda astina 323

How much should it cost to get both head gaskets cleaned, pressure tested, planed, timing belt changed and a radiator flush

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About 600 -700 euros

Posted on May 07, 2009

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