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My Grand Cherokee sounds like a go cart and I think there must be a hole or something in the exhaust. People have told me it is in the exhaust manifold. Is this an expensive fix?

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Hi if its coming from the manifold then its just going to be a case of getting new gaskets these cost next to nothing and should only cost an hours labour to fit so it wont cost much at all to have this put right.

im in uk so the gaskets here would cost about 5 pound each and about 50 pound to fit

let me know if you need further assistance ok

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  • snoboard2b Aug 27, 2010

    So I just got off the phone with local auto repair places and they are telling me it will cost at least $500. They said at the very least I am looking at 4 hours of labor plus parts.

  • paul proctor Aug 27, 2010

    that seems a bit high if you ask me i would give a couple of garages a ring as that does seem high

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