How much would it be in labor and parts to change a water pump and on a 2000 Dodge Durango 5.9 4 wd with 109k.miles? Should I change the timing chain? If you can please give me a estimated Thank You!
I getting tired of old Vechiles LOLHow much would it be in labor and parts to change a water pump on a new Dodge Durango?The cheapo water pump from oreillys is $46, the higher end one is around $70. As far as labor, Mitchell OnDemand calls for 2 hours flag rate time to change it out. You'll probably be looking at at least 1 gallon of antifreeze as well for what will be lost changing it out, and I would recommend changing the thermostat when you change the water pump. The 5.9 uses a timing chain, which I wouldnt recommend replacing, seeing as the vehicle has that low of miles on it. I'm not sure how much labor costs in your area, but the shop I work at charges $75 per flag rate hour. So if we were to do it, taxes and everything it would be right around $250. If you live in a big city, you'll probably be expecting to pay around $100 a hour for labor at a reputable shop. Good luck and hope this helps.How much would it be in labor and parts to change a water pump on a new Dodge Durango?I do not know where you live, your best bet would be to find a reputable garage in your area and get an estimate from them. Most will give you a rough idea of what you are looking at.
I would not go to a Dealership, you would have to get a loan for a dealer to do the same job.
A friend of mine that has a 2006 Ford F-150 was given a quote of $1200 to do a tune up from a Ford Dealer, I sent him to the garage that does the work on all of my vehicles, he did everything the Dealership was going to do and charged him $300. So, shop around and see what kind of price you can get, see if you can find anything out about the garage about what kind of work they do, will they stand behind there work or not.How much would it be in labor and parts to change a water pump on a new Dodge Durango?it can cost alot($900 +) to have someone do it.i would recommend doing it yourself if you know a little about cars. you have to remove the fan shroud and the radiator to get to the water pump. it isnt very hard, but can take a while.
you probably dont need to replace the timing chain unless you can hear it or know its going bad, as long as you change your oil regularly then you should be good.How much would it be in labor and parts to change a water pump on a new Dodge Durango?i wouldn't change the timing chain and gears in it not unless its over 150 thousand,on the labor and parts for all that it only cost about 600 bucks to get all that done and that's with parts and labor,its not that expensive on a 5.9, good luck.