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Cost to replace wheel bearings on 1997 ford aspire

Can anyone give me an estimated cost to replace the wheel bearings (front and rear) on my 1997 ford aspire? I am a college student (female), and I don't want to have to pay way more than what the average price is. I am thinking it should cost about 150.00, parts and labor. Am I right?

I was once charged for 350.00 on the same car to replace the car alternator. I don't intend on paying anything close to that.

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Advance auto parts total price for all bearing, front and rear and seals come to $70.00. labor should be about that much(plus cost of grease) good luck

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