that depends on whats wrong with the old one. if all the bolts are fine (there usually not) you can get the part for about 75 to 100 bucks. mechanics normally charge 25+ an hour. if the bolt is broken off in the head you could be looking at some time.
Charge it, replace it,test the alternator,Charge it, replace it,test the alternator,
No, is not reasonable because copper usually has a +1 or +2 charge
Most likely your alternator is starting to go bad, or your battery is starting to lose its charge in tge cold, which means its probably time to replace it.
I can do it in about 2.5 hours. Any competent mechanic should also do it in under 4 hours. But they will charge for 6-8 hours FYI
If your pathfinder happens to have a key code it will be in the glove box. But if it is a 1997 or older model it might not have it. Call dealer and see if they will give you a key code with your vin# but it will cost you if they have it for that year then you give it to a locksmith and he should charge you less.
== == It depends what car and engine it was done in. If it was a D8 caterpiller that would have been a bargain. If it was in a Geo that probably is too much.
Dead battery Fully charge or replace Dead battery Fully charge or replace Dead battery Fully charge or replace
idogs cannot charge, you need to replace the battery.
With a full charge they say you can go 100 miles.
Most plumbers would charge 2 hours to replace a complete toilet.
$300 is a reasonable price
If you take it to a mechanic that works for himself he'll charge you about 100 bucks, that's what I'm gnna pay to get mine replaced.
what is a reasonable executor fee in new mexico
Use your state's minimum wage as a guideline.
Yes, you can add a reasonable charge to the cost of a postage stamp.
Was quoted $500 to replace the Alternator and battery yesterday (May 2009) which seems a little high (they wanted $100 for the battery and $20 to put it in so you can assume $380 parts and labour for the alternator I guess)
Charge by the hour. Some models take more time.
shampoo, rinse and blowdry for $20.00 is very reasonable!!!!
If you are good at your job, and charge a reasonable price then you will find clients whether they are in demand or not.
Around $5.00 an hour...Thats what I charge...It Really pays off1 :)
It will take approximately 8 hours of labor to replace the engine in your be a week. Most mechanic shops charge $75 per hour. This will result in a labor charge of $600.
The battery currently in your Sansa will eventually die - it will no longer be able to hold a charge for a reasonable period of time, or at all. Once it dies, you would replace it with a replacement battery.