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(2007 Kia Sorento)
in Canonsburg, PA on April 20, 2010
is it hard to replace a drive train
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on April 20, 2010
you would be looking at about 19 hours labor to remove and replace. does not include cost of powertrain or any other required parts.

Roy
on April 20, 2010
The drive train consists of the transmission, axles, rear end differential (if equipped) and transfer case (if equipped) and yes, it is quite hard to replace all these parts.
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