'89 fuel injectors

What is the standard amount of time allotted for a shop to remove and install a set of injectors? thanks,
JC

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I think some of the specialists around here use a formula:
Number of hours X hourly rate = daily limit on debit card
Adjust the first two elements to fit the third.
Charlie
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you are close Charlie for the ZR-1 it is 2.0 hours for the first on and .1 hours for each additional one. for a non ZR-1 it is 4.2 hours for the first one and .1for each additional one. this includes R&I intake plenum. does not include cleaning or any broken or stripped or rusted parts. labor GUIDE times come from Mitchel, and most shops use this as just that a "GUIDE" Greg On Thu, 14 Jul 2005 09:14:41 -0500, "Charlie Funk"

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Yep - that's the formula my local dealership has been using !!

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