How much does Intake Manifold Gasket cost to replace it.


Asked by rajnshah Jan 25, 2007 at 01:39 PM about the 2000 Chevrolet Malibu LS

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I have 2000 Chevy Malibu LS and it has problem with Intake Manifold Gasket and its leaking from outside and I am just wondering that How much does it cost to fix this problem.
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If you replace it yourself you can get a kit online for around $200, give or take. The gasket is around $60, but you have to buy other things with it. Here is a link with a break down: read the answer to see the average price of things. If you get it done somewhere it will cost $600-$700 depending (hopefully this is the high end of what it will cost). If you are planning on changing it yourself this manual will help:

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well if you live in fl. i could fix it for 300, if you go to a shop about 500+

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how much should it cost to replace a 2000 Malibu radiator and how long should the job take- I am quoted around 800.00 I think this is extremely high.

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Eva123456 - It will be best to ask this question through your own post; however, your average repair price will be $818.00 depending on your location. Labor is at 50% of the cost. If you're handy in the garage and have basic tools, you can do it for under $400 or yu can go to a salvage yard and get a used radiator for around $50. All depends on how much of your own time you want to spend on the repair.

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