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Its depend were you are and were you go t-belt 65$ labour 2.5 hour 70$ and hour and everybody susject to change water pump with that water p 85$ plus 1 more hour and prestone in canada its about 400$ in the usa most be cheaper hope it a fixya thanks pierre

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