What is the standard labor charge for replacing a power control module? on 2006 Chrysler 300

I am wondering what the standard labor charge should be for replacing a power control module.

by in Vero Beach, FL on August 24, 2011
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ANSWER by , August 24, 2011
the labor to replace it is 1 hour. but there is more. you need to find the reason it failed because if you dont, the new one is at risk of failure. you also have to have it flashed with all the info required for your car. that is about 150.00 the pcm cost is around 225. Roy
COMMENT by , August 25, 2011
Thanks Roy, a rat or squirrel had chewed through one of my electrical lines. So we knew what had caused it. The dealership charged me 489.06 for the part and 321.48 in labor. For a total with tax of 888.68. I just really feel like I have gotten overcharged for this repair.
COMMENT by , August 25, 2011
a dealer is always the highest price. yes, it is high but normal for a dealer. Roy