What is the cost to replace the head gasket on a Mazda MPV?
It cost me under 10 dollars for the part. Very easy job. I think 8 bolts hold it down. Take off the cover, the intake, etc... It's 6 oval shaped gaskets.
Sell your car.
I just had the intake manifold gasket replaced on my 96 century yesterday and my bill was $450 but my gasket was only leaking out. If its leaking into your oil it may be more.
about 1500 to 2000
well so far it cost me $700.00
arm & a leg
Which plenum-intake or. . . .
The gasket set is $55.00 The labor is $250.00
if you are going to replace the intake gasket you might as well change the head gaskets at the same time[it will cost you a little now but save you a lot later
$2200 is what I spent but it was head gasket and intake gaskets.
if you do it yourself a lot cheaper than a shop I have repaired 1 caravan head gasket it only cost me roughly $200.00 give or take some $
It is between $65-$85 for the gaskets.
The cost to replace the head gasket is between $900 and $1200. The actual cost will vary between shops as each uses a different labor rate and there could be items that need to be repaired or replaced due to overheating that commonly occurs with a bad head gasket.
It cost us about $700 cnd. That was a shop that charged about $75/hr.
I have a mid size RV that's shaped like a van in the front. The intake was removed. Is it hard to put back on.
i had mines repaired for the same car and it was 1800 dollars
Well it will cost an avg about 600-800 dollars to get it repaired depending on the the type of car and size of engine and some the will look at it and add on some money for how hard it will be to get access to it.
i had mine repaired and it cost me $750
Just had this done (Feb 2011) at a local Ford dealership. The cost with an oil cahnge was $613.00.
I was having a problem with my intake manifold gasket on my 2003 Pontiac grand am and i took it to a shop it was 600 dollars parts and labor you can get it much cheaper i just chose a mechanic i could trust. now it may not be intake manifold gasket the best way to tell is to lift your oil cap look at the backside of it and if there is a blueish tint liquid on the cap then your getting condensation which means bad intake gasket. But it can also be your thermostat housing messing up which would be much cheaper.
parts and labor should run around $650