Question about 2003 Ford Taurus
Good Evening, it all depends on which way you would like to go with it as far as cost. You can buy a quality used one from 50-75 dollars, or a new one from about 150-180, and those prices are a little skewed since I do not remember what they go for. As far as labor, as long as you disconnect the battery and have a decent idea on tools and can remember how your serpentine belt goes on I believe you can do it and save yourself some money. Hope that helps you out.
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