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The belt to the alternator of your 95 corsica needs to be replaced what will it cost?


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2005-09-12 02:10:45
2005-09-12 02:10:45

that all depends on if its a 4 cyl or 6 cyl. all labor rats are dif. and so are the belts and supliers


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