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What would be a fair price for parts and labor to replace the rod bearings in a 93 Ford Taurus 38L?

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2005-08-30 04:26:32
2005-08-30 04:26:32

Hard to say what a fair price is.Some guys might do it for $100 while others, like me would not do the job, because it will not solve your problem for very long.If those bearing are gone, chances are that the motor will need a complete overhaul. Rather than paying to overhaul an engine, I would buy a long block from advance auto or autozone OR get one from a wrecking yard who will give a guarantee that it runs.Replacing the bearings is just going to be a waste of your money regardless of what someone charges.

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