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What is an average cost to fix a rear main seal on my 92 Jeep Cherokee

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Hi,

The following is the time it would take and the cost of the seal, but as for a actual cost this is very difficult to do as there are so many different cost between workshops.

Rear Main Seal - $35.00
Labor times : Manual Gearbox - 6.1hrs
Labor times : Auto Transmission - 5.1hrs.

If you ring a good workshop and ask there hourly rate then this will give you a good indication of the cost.

Hope this helps.

Thanks

Jason

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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