How Much Should Labor Cost To Replace Thermostat, Hose And Get Tune Up On 98 Chevy

Posted in Cooling Perfomance | Asked on May 24, 2010

We are buying the parts.I just want to know what the labor costs should be for this.I live near Little Rock, Arkansas.

There are 4 Answers for "How Much Should Labor Cost To Replace Thermostat, Hose And Get Tune Up On 98 Chevy"

  1. shawn h says:

    depends on if the spark plugs for the tune up are hard to get to. my guess around $225 for a complete tune up with the thermostat.

  2. Cecil n says:

    Fort Smith Arkansas, labor rate is about $55 per hour. Check with the dealer to be sure, they should be able to quote you a price from the flat-rate manual. Be aware, some places do not allow you to bring your parts. Make sure they know you will supply your own.

  3. biff says:

    Are you talking US or CAN dollars? US…$125 to $150. Can $ 75 to $125. Better move to CAN EH?

  4. hossy2006 says:

    if i were you id replace it all my self the plugs are pretty easy to get too just take off you air filter housing makes the passenger side easier to get too drivers sides pretty open too except for the last plug. the cap is easy to do its all labeled for which wire is which the thermost is a lil harder but youll save a few hundred dollars easy and will only take about 1hr 30 mins

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