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Estimate on replacing timing chain cover and harmonic balancer andoil seal?

(2001 Dodge Dakota)
in Upland, CA on January 19, 2012
the harmonic balancer has moved back and worn a hole in the timing chain cover engine has over 100k on it
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on January 19, 2012
Your looking at 3 hours labor. Labor cost varies on shop doing work. Average labor cost is about $80-$110.
Aftermarket parts cost:
Harmonic Balancer $75.99
Timing Cover Gasket Kit $17.99
Timing Cover $103.99
The parts prices came from Autozones website.
Parts price may very slightly. Dealer cost for parts are probably about double or a little less then double.
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