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How much on average is it to replace a thermostat?

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Probley an hours labor plus parts. I would say 150 at the most. Its a very easy job to complete. You could even do it at home if the same amount of time.

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Average cost to repair a thermostat

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Average costs

The labor is most expensive part of this repair.
On the 3.4 L V6 engine, the labor should be about 1 1/2 hours times the shop labor rate.
If the 4 cylinder, then the labor is much higher due to the location of the thermostat.


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