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Cost for timing belt replacement, 1991 wrangler

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The belt cost about $35 at Autozone, and it depends on the garage on cost, I would say no more then $50 to do this.

As a side note it takes about 10 min or less to change this belt with a simple hand tools, however replacing the belt tensioner is recommended if worn out, as this will eat your new belt.

Hope this helps.

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