I was quoted with labor and parts about $774.73. I was also told that this problem can't be fixed individually. My hoses that connect to the canister are dry rotted and should be replaced also. Is this a good estimate or can I buy these parts on my own and take them to the shop.
How much does it cost to replace my canister, valve, and gas cap all together? on 2003 Toyota Corolla
by nikkell402 in Manassas, VA on August 13, 2012
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ANSWER by globalhelper on August 13, 2012
sounds high i rec using dealer parts so call and compare pricing. how much of the bill was labor?
$183.60 total for labor $400.37 for Canister $91.08 for Valve $38.70 for Gas Cap It also seemed really high to me also. I appreciate your time!
CALL DEALER AND COMPARE. THE DEALER LETS US MAKE 25% ON PARTS IF YOU ARE PAYING MORE THAN THAT WITH HIM SHOP FOR AN HONEST MECH. THE 25% IS NORMAL DUE TO THAT FACT WE HAVE TO WARRANTY OUR WORK IN CASE OF A DEFECTIVE PART. WE ALL HAVE TO MAKE A LIVING BUT THERE IS A LIMIT. THIS AMY BE NORMAL PRICING BUT IT DOESN'T HURT TO CK UP ON HIM ONCE IN A WHILE. KEEPS US ON OUR FEET. LOL
I completely understand and I definitely in paying you for your time. But I don't want to pay it if the mechanic isn't honest enough with me to tell me it isn't needed or can wait until I can pay him. Again I appreciate your time!
ANSWER by milesauto on August 13, 2012
You better find a shop before you buy the parts that will agree to do your repair when you are suppyling the parts....most shops look at it as if your going to buy a steak and ask the resturant to cook it for you.
in this economy most shops will but no warranty
ANSWER by cxtloverchic1 on July 04, 2015
I just had the evap vent hose from the filler neck broken, so my mechanic replaced with a used one. $165 for the part & $85 for labor.