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(1990 Ford Taurus)
in Medford, NJ on December 21, 2010
How much should it cost to replace the heater core
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of Tom's Auto Clinic on December 21, 2010
8 labor hours is standard. Multiply that by shops labor rate. $68 X 8 $544.00
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