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Labor time Cylinder head gaskets, V6

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Just a free chat room

Ask a repair shop or dealer,they have the labor
manuals,if they even use them anymore

I wouldn't,I would charge exact labor time for all work.

Too difficult & time consuming, to get to & work on today's
vehicles, or to take on labor intensive jobs

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