what is the going labor rate to re seal head gasket on 2002 discovery se 11

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Asked by Sep 25, 2015 at 09:01 PM about the 2002 Land Rover Discovery Series II

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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75,435

Anywhere from $80/hr. to $145/hr.

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how may hours does it take to do such a job

75,435

I'm not sure, some shops have a fixed rate/price for doing certain jobs,

261,075

When doing the job of replacing the gaskets, you have to drain the coolant and oil, estimates for such a job on your vehicle are $1400- $1800.

23,705

Putting a new head gasket on that junk will be expensive- are you counting your pennies? Then you should get a different car-

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most those engines will leak externally i have done dozens , do your self a favor do both sides . factory book time 12-13 hours most dealers will charge about 120 per hour . find a GOOD independent shop , interview them on thier credentials . proper head gasket job sould come in around 2000.00 to 2500.00 /// keep in mind that a motor in that is close to 9000.00 . very expensive to work on

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