The bands are self adjusting
A full re-build will cost at least 3,500 up to 5,000. -Is it worth it .
Estimated Cost for 2004 TAURUS is $380. that is from Hines Park Ford.
$500.00 to $800.00 Try finding one at a auto salvage yard.
According to the official Ford website, http://www.fordvehicles.com/cars/taurus/, the MSRP for a Taurus Sedan is $25,170.
They didn't have Taurus in 1933.
Write a longer question. We need to know what kind of car. I'm in Reno NV and they replaced mine (Ford Taurus) with a rebuilt transmission. It cost me $3,000 but that includes labor.
Simply to remove and replace it is about $1000-1250 at most garages. No trans work or cost of new unit included.
From what I have seen in my area the average labor per hour cost in a licensed certified shop is $90.00 + per hour
The cost to paint a car will vary based on paint color, shop and other specifications of the vehicle. Typically, it can range from $100-$300.
Mine just died. Mechanic is telling me it will cost $3300 before taxes. - Cedar City, Utah
The cost of repairing a valve train in Ford Taurus depends with the given service provider. The cost however ranges between 150 and 300 United States dollars.
The approximate cost to change an oil pan gasket, on your Ford Taurus, is $125. The oil pan gasket can be purchased for $10.
Ijust paid 289.00 to have a new starter put on my 2003 Taurus.
Yes; however, it will cost a lot.
What is the average cost of a 97 ford ranger automatic transmission 4 Wheel drive Extended cab
It cost me 120 for part and 120 for labor
Car starters will cost approximately $300 to buy new.
I did a quick google search of my own for my 1999 Taurus, and it appears to be anywhere from $700-1000 (but without labour). I think it also depends where you get it done at, a Ford dealership will most likely cost more than an independent mechanic. Dealerships do charge more but on occasion will have more expertise with a specific model. Definitely be prepared to drop $1000 for your new/old transmission, and if it is less, than you will be ahead of the game!
Just paid $445.
It uses a timing CHAIN
The cost to replace a head gasket for a 2003 Ford Taurus varies depending on the quality of parts and what is charged for labor. Average costs for the job can run anywhere from $200-$450.
Had to replace mine twice, at 30K miles (under warranty) and 70K. Second cost me $2800 w/ three year warranty. Was done at a local shop, not a chain.