The cost of replacing a part is a very general question that unless specified exactly is hard to answer. First, is who is replacing the part? Is the Dealer, an independent repair shop, a junkyard, the guy next door or you doing the replacement. These will all yield different prices. Not to mention that within all of these will be different labor rates and different part price mark ups. Second, what is the quality of the part? Is it a name brand, generic (white box, economy), OEM or used part? All of these will be different. Price will even differ between name brands, sometimes significantly. Thirdly, What is the warranty of the part and who is offering the warranty (the shop the parts house or the manufacturer). Limited Lifetime will have restrictions. Lifetime warranty isn
The cost to repair a timing belt on a Hyundai Elantra will vary depending on the parts and labor. Prices for the timing belt start at $40.00.
Give or take $175.00 due to the extensive labor involved.
If your Sonata has less than 100,000 miles, take it to your dealer. Parts and labor are covered under the drive train 10 year warrantee.
It depends on the dealer. I had two quotes one for $330 and other for $550 including the timing belt.
Roughly $300-$400 for an OEM pump and probaly 1- 2 hrs of labor. Total cost $400-$600
It willrun $450.00 and change plugs are 240.00 labor plus parts
No, but you should, every second timing belt. All the same labor is required to change either part, and the cost of changing the timing belt or water pump is almost entirely labor cost. "While we're in there" is actually legitimate in this case.
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Crankshaft position sensor is around $98.00 for dealer part...labor around $270.00...cost can increase substantially if timing belt is replaced ( since your in there ) belt tensioner, possible water pump...depending how many miles on engine and if you plan on keeping car...could hit $1000.00 plus
How much does it cost for labor to change a timing chain in a 2001 Alltima ?
Yes, most definately. This will save you money down the road in labor costs. The life of the pump is about the same as the timing belt.
$40.00 to $50.00 labor
Depends on the hourly labor rate that ranges from $60.00/hr to $100.00/hr. It takes about two hours, if done meticulously. The cost of the timing belt is relatively next to nothing. Generally, changing of the water pump is recommended which adds up to the cost.
Labor and timing belt only, aprox $400.
assuming the a/c kit is still available from Hyundai $1200 for the parts and about $800 for labor
Labor costs to replace a heater core for a 2003 Hyundai Accent can depend on the place you take the car to. Some places charge $50 an hour for labor, while others may charge $100 an hour. Not all of that goes to the mechanic.
Labor cost is variable cost because labor is paid for every single unit of product is made. For example if labor cost for making 1 unit is 10 then making 10 units will be 100 so as much as production level changing labor cost changing that;s why it is variable cost.
THE 3 SPARK PLUGS ON A 2000 HYUNDIA SONATA ARE LOCATED UNDERNEATH THE BIG PLASTIC PEICE RIGHT ON TOP OF THE ENGINE THAT SAYS WHAT TYPE OF ENGINE YOU HAVE. THE OTHER 3 ARE LOCATED UNDERNEATH THE INTAKE MANAFOLD WICH IS A PAIN TO TAKE OFF AND GET TO THEM. IF YOU TAKE IT TO A AUTO SHOP YOUR GONNA PAY BIG BUCKS TO HAVE THEM REPLACED DUE TO LABOR HOURS. FIND A FRIEND MECH. AND SEE IF THEY WILL HELP YOU.
It depends on how well equipped your shop is, if you're changing the belt before it breaks, and how many of them you've done before. A good mechanic who changes a lot of timing belts and who has the proper tools--especially a big impact wrench--can do this in a couple hours. A shade-tree guy working with only hand tools will probably be there all day, if he's never done one before. If you broke the belt in operation and bent a valve...oh, you're looking at a day and a half to two days of you working on the car and between three and ten days in the machine shop.
It is good practice to change the timing belt by 100,000 miles. The Miata is a non-interference engine. That means if the timing belt brakes, the car will cease to run, but will not damage the engine as in other cars.Typically the water pump is replaced at the same time, because it is located behind the timing belt, which is labor intensive. If you risk not changing the water pump, when it breaks, you will need to change the timing belt again and you'll have to pay for it to be reinstalled again as well.
The cost of changing wheels depends who does the wheel changing and the charge of labor in the shop. This could range from $30-$80 per hour of labor.
Warranty is for the part only. You will still have to pay labor.
That engine doe's not have a timing BELT. It has a timing chain and gears. The chain and gears are about $60.00 the gasket is about $12.00 and the Labor would run about $150.00.
The replacing of a timing belt is, on average, $449. However, the range can be anywhere from $180 to $950 depending on the labor.