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Need price for new waterpump for 1996 mazda 626ls

I need to know the approximatw price for a water pump for a 1996 mazda 626ls. Possibly a timing belt as well.

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For the water pump: 4 cyl-$36.00/V-6-$44.00
For the belt: 4 cyl-$44.00/V-6-$49.00

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