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Resetting Timing belt cost

Thanks! I have another question. On average how much would it cost to get a timing belt reset and how long would it take???? Thanks again

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  • egc6 Sep 07, 2008

    i put a brand new battery in, changed the fuel pump, also changed the throttle body sensor.... but the car wont turn over.... its like its not getting gas.... one person told me it was the timing belt... can that be true?

    what else can it be?


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Well it depends if you take it to a dealership or an independant shop. my advice is to take it to a small shop that will have better quality work. the cost should be around 150 dollars on average.

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