what's a fair price to change the rear motor mount on my american made 98 Camry 4cly, automatic

Asked by Oct 11, 2015 at 11:17 AM about the 1998 Toyota Camry

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According to the industry standard, Both motor mounts can be changed in about an hour. Some shops charge a 1 hour minimum and I would think that is fair. Personally I would pay up to $100 to have it done by a good Mechanic if necessary. Fortunately I have a good mechanic who will do it for me at half of that price. But to be fair, shop rates in my area range between 80 and 120 per hour labor rate, and I like to take my car to a real shop and not a shade tree mechanic. A bad mechanic can cause more damage than good and really does not save any money. I would buy both motor mounts and have them both replaced if it were me. Because 2 of them should cost 1 hour labor and then there is no need to go back for a while, But I woul say $50 to 100 labor plus the part is within the range of what you should pay for install of 1 motor mount on that car. It is a simple job providing there are no other issues

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