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What is the approx. cost to replace a timing belt on a 2004 audi a6 2.7t

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Audi dealer is going to hit you in the head with sledgehammer
regular garage 125 belt new, 285 pump new- or 60 rebuild
labour 60 per hour time 5 hours this is average price some charge a bit more some less.

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