Question about 2000 Pontiac Montana
If one needs done then the other side has to be done also, and it needs an alignment when it is done.
2 hours labor plus parts plus an alignment, that is for outer tie rod ends.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tie rod replacement cost
You will need to contact your local auto parts store to get price for the tie rod ends.My flat rate manual listed them at $65 a piece but this is an old price.
The labor time listed for these are as follows:
1 inner tie rod end is listed at 1.4 hours,if you replace both it is listed at 2.0 hours.
1 outer tie rod end is listed at 1.1 hours,if you replace both it is listed at 1.4 hours.
These times include resetting the toe only. If you want a complete alignment you deduct 0.4 hours labor and charge full alignment price.
Hope this helps. If you need anything else,let me know. Thanks,Chuck
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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