oil leak in timing cover on 2005 Toyota Corolla

I was told that I had a leak in the timing cover by a toyota dealership, to fix this leak ,I am being charged $740.00 , is that a fair price?

by in Duncanville, TX on July 24, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on July 24, 2010
Depends on which Engine that you have, on 1 engine this job takes 7.2 hours, so that is about what your are being quoted. Look at your VIN code and if it is a letter Y then that is the 7.2 hour job. Other wise it is about a 4 hour job.
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