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1004 honda civic water pump, what is the approximate cost to replace the water pump, parts and labor and the time frame to do the job?

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    I had it done for $250, parts & labor

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Again if ur going to change the water pump consider doing the timing belt as well as ur tensioner just depends on the milage of ur vehicle. these are all tied in since the water pump is belt driven. for the timing belt and water pump and i believe about three hrs. or so of labor $405. you will know when u really need to change ur water pump.you'll start loosing water just in back of the timing belt cover next to the water pump

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Estimate Includes: Labor: $310 - $396 Parts: $78 - $110

Estimates exclude applicable taxes, diagnostic charges, disposal fees, and miscellaneous expenses.

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