What would the cost be to repair a radiator on a 2005 hse range rover I was quoted 1200, from the dealer is this normal if I can get the average labor cost and price thanks Tony webb

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Asked by Feb 27, 2012 at 02:12 PM about the Land Rover Range Rover

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My radiator is leaking went to dealer told me 1200, to fix is this right?

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A new radiator from Britishparts is about 230 pounds, average labor should not be more than 200 pounds as it's a straight job which you could even try yourself. I took me an hour the replace the rad on my 1997 HSE V8. Try a local garage and I'm sure you can get it done a lot cheaper especially if you were to get the rad yourself.

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Sounds like dealer prices to me.

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