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PCV Valve replacement for 2000 non-turbo Volvo S-80

Is this difficult to do?

If so, what would be a fair price for it to be done by a pro?

Thanks,

Rick

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  • rblankens133 May 21, 2009

    Holy ****.



    The dealership wants $800!!



    ?????????

  • rblankens133 May 21, 2009

    Thanks!!

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Hi, this is not hard. the valve run into the valve cover and the price for a pro to fit should be around 50 dollars tops. i would do it for 30.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 21, 2009

    well, when dealing with the dealership they will advise you to run a diagnostic scan and if anything comes up, they will repair it. this will usually run up the bill. i would go to a local well known mechanic shop that is certified. if this car is under warranty, i will, in this case, advise to take to the dealership.

    That *00 dollar price is extremely inflated in my view. WOW

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 21, 2009

    $800**

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 21, 2009

    A lot of what the dealer will charge is attributed to inflated labor charges.

  • Michael Masters
    Michael Masters May 21, 2009

    this part only cost 19 dollars. that dealer installation price is all labor.

  • Abid Khwaja
    Abid Khwaja Mar 06, 2013

    Micheal,Hello Can you replace mine my email address is abidkhwaja@hotmail.com i can setup an appointment with you and pay you 100

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