need to replace the starter on a 2003 Ford expedition. How much for a new part and installation

Asked by Jul 24, 2013 at 04:26 PM about the 2003 Ford Expedition

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

who should I bring my car to to have the starter replaced with a new part
How much does it cost
How long should it take

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Not a difficult job at all but should be handled by an experienced mechanic because of the live wiring associated. Usually it's an hour labor to check it and change it out. Of course, downtime will include how many customers are ahead of you. A new starter is recommended but a re manufactured one generally works well and is cheaper. Better warranty on the new one. Starters run from $139 to $250 plus labor.

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