We are in the middle of having it done to our 2000 Ford Taurus. The dealership gave us an estimate of $365.00 to change rear coil springs only. An independent shop that we trust told us they believe you should also change the rear struts in conjunction with changing the rear coil springs. He is charging us $419.00 to do all (we live in Michigan).
Why don't you ask a mechanic?
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No, the part itself is like $30 but your mechanic will typically charge alot for labor since the thermostat is hard to get to on the 2000 Jetta. My friend ended up changing it for me so it was really cheap! Hope this helps! No, the part itself is like $30 but your mechanic will typically charge alot for labor since the thermostat is hard to get to on the 2000 Jetta. My friend ended up changing it for me so it was really cheap! Hope this helps!
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A reputable one won't charge much more without telling you.
Most mechanics in the United States charge between 45 dollars and about 95 dollars per hour. To find out how much a mechanic will charge to replace a part, you will need to see how long it will take to do the service and estimate the cost of the parts.
The quickest fix for electronic items is rebooting which is accomplished by turning them off and on again. The Renault Megane Scenic can be rebooted by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery. A mechanic will typically do this at no charge.
Explain in the procedure of filling an FIR
Depending on the equipment the mechanic has, it may be the only way he can find the source of the leak.
how much does a mechanic charge to replace a freeze plug on a chevy el camino 8.0
73 to 89 dollars an hour The garage may charge 73 to 89 dollars an hour but the mechanic doesn't make that.
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Well, it's not a charity and typically stores charge for products. Intelligent question...
This will vary from mechanic to mechanic. Most, especially if you are in a small town or already have a working relationship with them will do this for free. The rest will like charge a nominal fee of a few dollars for their time.
The entire assembly costs 100$. The tail light bulb will cost about 8 dollars and it's a very simple matter to do it yourself. A mechanic would probably charge around 30$ for the job plus the cost of the part. Replacing the bulb is a relatively simple procedure which you can do yourself. If you had a mechanic do it they'd charge around 20 or 30 dollars, but you wouldn't need their help if you took your time and did your homework.
The chlorine atom typically becomes an ion with a charge of minus one.
BEG a mechanic to repair it for you. He will charge you by the hour to fix the problem.
The more knowledgeable mechanic will charge a higher fee. He is quite knowledgeable on the subject.
The Arsenic in AsH3 typically has a plus one charge. Therefore the H must have a -1 charge to create the compound.
An ordinary atom of potassium has no charge.An ionized atom of potassium typically has a +1 charge.Different things.