i took my car for an oil change and they said my left axle is broken and the oil is out. trying to charge 189.00 to fix is this a resonable price and how serius is the problem?
broken axle on 2004 Honda Accord
BEST ANSWER by matte ,
August 25, 2009
189 dollars to completely replace an axle, or CV shaft in this case, is a pretty good price. It is common to replace an entire axle rather than to fix some of the components on the axle because the price is the same because there is so much labor involved and the axles themselves can be surprisingly cheap.
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