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they should replace the plugs, fuel filter, check and replace the air filter if its dirty, as far as cost every shop has a different hourly rate and their mark up on parts is different as well. you could be looking at around 200. this is just a guess.
Is the check engine light on.. If so lets get the codes and go from there. Autozone provide this as a free sevrice. and they also rent the tool . It could be many things mass air flow sensor ,, Throttle body..Good luck!!!
To change the air filter disconnect the electrical connector on the large hose that runs from the air filter assembly to the throttle body assembly. Slowly and carefully remove the large hose from the throttle body and air filter assembly. Some of the 2000 models have spring type clips holding filter cover while others have two screws. Either unhook the clips or ree.move the screws and lift the cover. You'll see the filter element. Remove and replace it. Reverse order to reassembl
air filter is located in a 'black box' connected by a flexible tube to the intake on engine.spring loaded wire clips at the sides of the box clamp the lid in place.release clips,lift lid to access filter.
Changing an air filter is generally an easy task to perform. Pop your hood and look for the air intake tube. This tube (sometimes more of a labrynth) runs from your throttle body to the "air-box". You can locate the throttle body by having an assistant push and release the gas pedal (while car is off) while you look for moving parts under the hood. The mechanism that moves when the pedal is depressed is the throttle body. Now trace the intake tube (large tube/hose) from the throttle body down to the air-box. The air filter will be located within the air-box. The box usually has a series of clamps that hold a cover in place. Release all of the clamps and lift open the cover to expose the air filter. The air filter should just be sitting in the air box - should be easily removed by lifting the filter element upwards. The new filter should simply drop in place of the old one. Reclamp the cover and you're good to go!.
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