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I want know about the orginal price of timing belt, guider,tensioner and alternator belt

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These items normallly are sold in a kit (except the alternator belt which should cost about $20 for house brand or $30 for a good one). The kit should run about $175. You may want to consider also purchasing and replacing the water pump while you have items removed from the engine compartment because you have easy access and it saves about 45 minutes of time should the part ever fail later. That part with gasket would cost an estimated additional $50.

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