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Need to replace fuel lines in bad condition What all is needed to do this? Cost of parts? Total labor charges

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Your best bet, is to do yourself.
Not likely, you can buy anything from a dealer,you can check
Have to get tubing etc, at auto parts and duplicate OE parts, the best you can.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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2007 ford edge engine missing they say coil pack and cost could be $1700.00. Is this possible?


it depends on how many coils are bad. pep boys auto parts lists them @ $301.99 each, for your vehicle, there will be a bit of a markup on the cost of the part, that is normal.
then there is the labor, job should take between 1/2 to 1 1/2 hours x labor per hour.
when I had mine replaced only the ones that needed to be replaced were done.
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An ignition coil is a compact electrical transformer that boosts the 12-volt current from the battery into the high voltage (15,000-20,000 volts or more) needed to start a car. Typically there is one ignition coil for each spark plug, either sitting on top of each spark plug (eliminating the need for spark plug wires) or physically connected together as a coil pack that is installed and replaced as a single unit. Symptoms of a bad coil pack include misfires, poor fuel consumption or loss of power -- although these can be caused by other factors. Typical costs:
  • An ignition coil typically costs $70-$375 or more depending on the make and model of vehicle, if it is a single coil or a coil pack, and whether the part is made by the vehicle manufacturer (called OEM parts, and typically more expensive) or an aftermarket product from a company other than the vehicle manufacturer.
  • For example, AutoZone[1] offers an aftermarket ignition coil for a 2008 Ford Focus for $103; FordParts.com[2] offers ignition coils for the same vehicle for $72-$159. Replacing an ignition coil can be a relatively straightforward do-it-yourself project. AutoMD provides how-to instructions[3] , and estimates it as a moderately complex project that takes about an hour.
  • Professional installation typically takes 0.5-1.5 hours, depending on the vehicle, at $50-$120 an hour (depending on whether the work is done at an independent or chain repair shop, or at a dealership, which is typically more expensive). This brings total costs to $100-$550 or more.
  • For example, RepairPal.com[4] estimates replacing a single ignition coil on a 2008 Ford Focus costs about $37-$49 for labor and $123-$144 for parts, making a total cost of about $160-$193; for a 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 truck the estimate is about $102-$135 for labor and $74-$120 parts, or $176-$255 total; for a 2008 Toyota Camry it's $74-$98 labor and $102-$210 parts, with a total of $176-$308.

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1999 kia sportage fuel pump replacement cost


A reasonable price for the pump is $270.00. Labor should be around $50.00. The pump is very easy to get to.

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How much should it cost to replace calipers and pads on a 2005 6cyl 2wd 4 Runner?


If they order the parts from rockauto its about $630-700 in parts. $50-60 front and rear brake pads, $ 100 -115 2 better front rotors, $100 for better rear rotors, $90 for each rear caliper, 100-125 per front caliper, $10 for each rubber brake line. (The caliper prices include a core fee that you would get back $30-40 per caliper returning the old caliper, but you pay the shipping fees). The ballpark prices also include the additional shipping costs. Labor should be around 2-2.5hrs. So depending on the shop it would be $50-60/hr so total cost $100-150 for the labor. So total would be somewhere around $730-850. You can just have the one caliper replaced, you do not need to replace them all. I would get new rotors on whichever axle (front or rear) the stuck caliper is on and not get the rotors cut, because the faulty caliper could have warped the rotor. Another possibility is that it could just need a new rubber brake line. When my calipers locked on one of my classic trucks, I just replaced the old rubber line and it was good to go. -Fawkes

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Cost of replacing fuel pump


Since this vehicle, (1994 Plymouth Voyager), is fuel injected, the fule pump assembly is located within the fuel tank. Replacement cost will vary, depending on your ability to lower the fuel tank and replace the part yourself. The fuel pump assembly ranges in price, from $95, to $140, depending on where you purchase it. The particular parts suppliers I use on a regular basis have listings for the fuel pump assembly, so finding a replacement part won't be hard at all. Though I haven't replaced a fuel pump in this exact vehicle, typically chrysler/plymouth/dodge, vehicles don't require any special tools to disconnect fuel lines, electrical connecters, and remove assembly from tank. Note: if you do this yourself, do NOT, cross-thread the pump locking ring, if it is a screw on type, as this WILL result in fuel leakage! If you have to have a repair facility do this work, I would estimate about 200 dollars in labor charges, (that's what I'd charge a customer in my shop) So, you should be looking at no more than $350, to $400 max with part and labor.

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How much does a tune up cost


For a basic "tune-up," the rates as low as $30-$50 in places where the cost of living is low, to as much as $100 or more in expensive areas where more is included in the tune-up.
Most places will charge you for parts and labor separately. Often tune-up parts like spark plugs, air filters and fuel filters will run $20-$60. The hourly labor quotes are from $40 an hour, to over $110-$150 an hour at BMW and Mercedes dealerships in urban areas. In the San Francisco Bay Area, the ordinary repair shops charge rates from $55-$80 an hour, and ordinary dealerships rates of $80-$90.
Dealer 30k, 60k or 90k mile tune-ups can run from $250 for 3-4 hours of labor and basic maintenance, to over $1,000 at places with high labor costs and additional maintenance services, such as timing belt replacement.
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New brakes on a 2007 dodge charge, approximate cost?


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1) Apx. how much would it cost parts & labor to change Ignition switch on a 1998 Nissan Maxima SE? 2) Do you think I can find the parts?


HI, the cost of the ignition switch is $27.99. the labor cost is usually figure by the hour and it is set a 50 dollar an hour increment. In my shop, we have a set minimum labor charge of two hour as most shops in my area. Total estimated cost including the labor and parts should be around $127.99 give or take.

You can most certainly purchase this part yourself on-line at www.autozone.com

Part Number is - LS812
OEM Number---- 48750- 1E411

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Timing belt replacement for a 1999 Audi A4(elective)


Well, the labor on this specific Audi will be 5.5 hrs+ parts. the labor depends on the shop. every shop is different. lets say you brought it to my shop.my labor charge is 50 dollars an hour so, that will be a $275.00 labor charge added to the part cost which would be $220.44 for the timing belt and tensioner combined. this brings you to a total of $495.44 for the total repair. Keep in mind, this figure was calculated on the basis of a 50 dollar an hour labor charge. it can flucuate ethier way, depending on what shop you take this vihical to. I must say that, its better to replace it before it breaks and, it is a good rule of thumb to replace the water pump as well at the same time as this repair.

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I had a local for dealer look at my 2005 Crown Vic due to sevice engine light coming on. Was told "coil asy" on two spark plugs was bad & need to be replaced. Being a loyal customer of this dealership I OK'd the repair. The cost were $171.00 for coil asy & $185.16 for two spark plugs. Was I ripped off or what?

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well fuel pump is Airtex Master / Fuel Pump
Warranty - 1 YR E2098S $110.99 part is avabile at auto zone use part number most shops charge min of 65.00 per hr min of 2 hrs and it is locatied in the tank

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