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Estimate on charge for replacing timing belt, and fan belt, separately on a 2000 rx300?

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Hi. The timing belt replacement procedure will coat $425.00. The dollar amount includes the cost of the part(s) and labor ( $50 per hour) for the typical repair without extras or add-ons. The fan belt(serpentine belt) will coat $150.00. This also includes the labor($50 per hour).


  • NOTE_ Price estimate is subject to regional differences. With that said; These estimates I have posted are accurate.

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    Hi. The timing belt replacement procedure will cost $425.00. The dollar
    amount includes the cost of the part(s) and labor ( $50 per hour) for
    the typical repair without extras or add-ons. The fan belt(serpentine
    belt) will cost $150.00. This also includes the labor($50 per hour).








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