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Old 06-26-2018, 02:41 PM
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Re: Rubbing sound

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LOL at that estimate
It finally has the labor price for the job of the dealer

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Re: Rubbing sound

that estimate is great i think the front ucas are the best though...$405 labor for something that takes 10 minutes per side.
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Re: Rubbing sound

I really feel like they only get older people to pay for this sh1t because the husband can change the tire but “there’s too many sensors and electronics on these new cars” and he doesn’t want to mess anything up Other than that no person under 40 with common sense will pay these prices unless they’re rich. I also find it funny that the cost of some few basic maintenance repairs exceeds the current value of the car by about 1000 dollars
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Re: Rubbing sound

I had the whole front end apart in less than in hour with my Milwaulkee impact. Seriously though those UCA are so easy. Three bolts and the strut bolts and bam it's out. Have the right tools and it does take only 10 minutes to remove.
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