Question about 2010 Ford Explorer Eddie
Posted by Anonymous on
Depends on where you go. Go to the dealer 300-500 bucks. Its really not a hard job for a do it yourself type but you better know what you are doing and have the right tools. And its a messy job. Check youtube they have some videos that show you how to do it. If you are not mechanically inclined then prepare to pay some bucks. I am a do it yourself kind of guy.
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