On Mon, 05 Nov 2007 00:55:49 -0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Not sure what flat rate on the job is, but I wouldn't expect much less
than 2 hours. And the vehicle is not new, so bolts could be
Anything up to $150 or $200 would be believeable - depending on labour
rates, but I'd be hoping for closer to $100
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OK so I replaced the sensor but the light is back so I am going to
have to change the cat
I have zeroed in on this part
I am going to replace it myself so just wanted to make sure that its
the one below the drivers seat , right ?
That page didn't work. Is there only one cat? one side? If so I guess it has
to be it. I dont know about that car. Never seen one.
Is it a "universal" type? If so do you have welding equipment? You'll need
I've had lots of cats replaced at a local muffler shop for about $120 (if a
You could try a Midas place but I have found they are way overpriced
compaired to the local guy without the "chain name".
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