average cost to change the harmonic balancer and timing chain cover seal

Asked by Jan 16, 2011 at 02:28 AM about the 1994 Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

how much does it cost to change the harmonic balancer and seal in the timing chain cover.  How many hours and cost per hour. 1994 ford mustang gt

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alldatadiy should have the shop times, i'd estimate it around 4 hours @$100 an hour (varies by region.. Ive heard california is up around $130 an hour) Its not too difficult of a task to do on your own, if you have some mechanical skill. Are you talking about the seal behind the harmonic balancer or the gasket around the timing cover? 4 hours would be the timing cover gasket, if its just the seal behind the balancer, maybe 45 minutes to an hour.

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yes listen to the pro ,first poster,you can do this yourself in a couple hours.

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Just spent $430 to get mine done...99..3.8 V6 by a mechanic shop..Balancer was almost $200 from Ford place...

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