You surely cannot expect to get an answer? Repair WHAT on the engine? What is wrong with it?You surely cannot expect to get an answer? Repair WHAT on the engine? What is wrong with it?
I'd try to find one in a junk yard. I wouldn't expect to pay more than about $10 or so.
a good mechanic should charge at the most between $90 to $100 labor.
Depending on the usual variables, like speed driven, road conditions, wind, AC on or not, my '96 with 213,000 miles on the clock still gets between 28 and 32 mpg. Maybe that will give you some idea what to expect.
It doesn't make sense, a mechanic should know what a drive train is and shouldn't expect a customer to know.
Good question! But, the Sunfire had a run of nearly 10 years. Zillions of them were sold and were/are still quite dependable, but the time comes with all car models when it's time to update. Newer technologies need to be put into place. The styling has become dated and customers no longer find the car attractive or competitive. I guess quitting on a high note is the best thing. Sadly, Pontiac is going the way of Oldsmobile. There will be no more. Those of us who own and love our "Ponchos" will have to take very good care of all of them if we expect to see them on the road in the years to come. RIP Pontiac ~
expect to pay around $5500. depending on the features and the mileage
I'd check a Haynes or Chilton manual. This is a common question here, and there seems to be no definitive answer. Thermostats are located in a couple of places, dependent on what year the car is, and which engine you have. On my '96, for example, where you would expect to find the thermostat, is not where it is. If I recall correctly, there's even something stamped into the block there saying that there is no thermostat here, or words to that effect. I think the therm in my car is located at the engine end of the lower radiator hose. FriPilot
The pay will range heavily depending on your specialty and if you are a master mechanic or not. You can expect to earn between 40,000.00 and 70.000 per year as a harley mechanic.
There are plenty of different ideas on how much on should expect to pay for a 1970 Pontiac GTO in good condition. However, it is around 50,000 dollars at the average.
A new radiator hose should only cost about $20. If you are having it replaced by a mechanic then expect to pay labor fees. If you feel comfortable doing it yourself then check out these step by step instructions: http://www.familyhandyman.com/DIY-Projects/Car---Truck/Auto-Repair/how-to-repair-a-car-heater-hose/Step-By-Step
1100 at the dealer. expect 800 at a local mechanic
You can expect your engine to vibrate some. Other than the visible vibration, is the engine running smoothly? No missing or backfires or anything like that? Excessive vibration might be due to faulty motor mounts or missing hardware at the motor mounts.
The starting pay for a mechanic will depend on your location and your experience doing the work. You can expect to make at least $10 an hour to start if you are working for a company.
Depending on your area, auto mechanics can pull in a sizable paycheck. In Los Angeles, California, an auto technician can expect an annual $28,600. A Level II mechanic, however, can expect around $37,300 annually, and a Level III mechanic over $55,000. Remember, demand is everything. A mechanic in an area with a high density driving population will earn more than one who works in a quieter environment.
Both prior training and the years of experience will be a factor.
If you have to pay a body shop full price expect to pay $400-$500+. Why not obtain a good used one from a salvage yard for less the $100.00; this you could do yourself as it requires just regular metric wrenches/sockets.When you are done, buy yourself something with the money you saved.
It depends on the vehicle, expect to pay around $150 to $400
For what it's worth, my '96 with the small OHV engine and over 200,000 miles on the odometer still gets between 29 and 31 MPG. I would sort of expect that your newer, presumably lower mileage car, would do that well, or better, if it's been maintained well and has no major problems. FriPilot
It is located where you would normally expect the drain to be, it just doesn't look like what you may expect. It is a plastic butterfly shaped plug located on the passenger side of vehicle, bottom right of radiator. You will probably have to lay down and look from underneath.
The cost of Pontiac G6 wheels depends on many factors. It depends on where one is buying the wheels, as well as the year of the car that one is buying the wheels for.
I would expect to see more than 30 psi.
You can expect to pay about $100-$200 at a mechanic in Wilmington, OH to have both your rear drum breaks replaced/repaired.
On a 99 Pontiac Grand Am, you can expect to spend up to 500.00 on replacing your rotors, this is because the 99 used different rotors than the rest of the series. To replace rotors on your 99 Grand Am, you can expect to pay around $150. Take it yo your local NTB or brake store to get the work done, You can also take it to the dealership.