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WHAT'S THE COST TO REPLACE THE FRONT STRUTS? on 2002 Toyota Camry
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Please look here for an estimate: http://repairpal.com/estimator?car_type_id=3543
This is just for people information. Well, I just priced parts and labor for front struts, both sides, the strut and top support whatever for Camry 2001. I also got pricing from two reasonable dealers in California. Without front wheel alignment both dealers charge $900-$1000. The cost estimator http://repairpal.com/estimator?car_type_id=3543 is between $400 to $600. It could be that the estimator gives a price at Midas etc (non Toyota dealers).
The quote I got from Firestone in Woodstock, GA was $1140 for all four corners. Toyota Service in Cherokee County, Georgia is $1,400. For the parts (from Toyota), the fronts were $145 each and the rears were $173 each. The parts at Autozone were $93 to $104 each if you want to do it yourself. Take care, as it seems the SE model needs the sport-tuned version. I am trying to put the rears on with the units from Autozone, and the dampers only extend 2" shorter than the OE parts (before unloading the spring). I may have to buy the Toyota parts after all.