I often see posts regarding timing belt prices. I recently had my
belt changed on my 2005 Elantra. I also had a trany drain and fill
and my coolant changed. Below is the info on what I paid.
Replace the timing belt & drive belts $329.95
1) 97713-2d100 belt "v"
1) 25212-23000 V-Ribbed B
1) 57170-2d101 Belt"v"-PO
1) 24312-23202 Belt-Valve
The belts cost $103.74
Labor cost $226.21
Trans drain and fill Cost $77.80
1) 21513-11000 gasket-oil
5) 00230-11000 ATF
The ATF cost $6.47 per quart for $32.35
Gasket $ .45
Cooling Flush Cost $64.50
Anti Freeze from bulk container $19.50
What I did was call every Hyundai dealer in my area, get the service
managers name and email addy and send them all the following email.
I am the owner of a 2005 Hyundai Elantra. I will be coming up to
60,000 miles on the car and require a new timing belt installed on
I am requesting a quote to have your dealership replace the timing
belt with a genuine Hyundai part. Please provide the following:
1. Price of the belt
2. Price of labor
3. Any additional cost/parts/etc.
5. Total out the door price
I will be contacting several Hyundai dealers and will be selecting the
dealer with the lowest cost. I live in Twinsburg and am willing to
travel to dealer within a 40 mile radius of me. You are one those
dealers I am considering.
Also I will need a transmission fluid change. Will a drain and fill
satisfy/meet the requirement of my warrantee, and if so quote me a
separate out the door price for that. I am willing to go to two
different dealers for the timing belt and transmission fluid change.
I welcome any comments you wish to make. I will be having the work
performed within the next two week.
Thank you and
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