a/c hoses on 1997 Toyota Tacoma

I took my truck in for an est. on fixing an a/c freon leak. the shop quoted it to be 535.42. parts were 282.28 and labor was 229.50. I didnt think it would take 3 hours to fix this problem. Need to replace discharge and suction hose. what do you think about this? should i get another opinion?

by in Turlock, CA on February 08, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on February 08, 2011
parts are around 228. labor is 1.2 hours ac evac and charge is 1.5 hours estimate sounds about right. get a second opinion if you feel you can get it cheaper. Roy
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