how much does it cost to replace 2004 tl timing belt and water pumo

Asked by Mar 21, 2012 at 09:49 PM about the Acura TL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I have replaced my timing belt and water pump twice on my TL which now has 210000 miles on it. The local Honda/Acura specialist in central N J charged between 500 - 700 to complete service. Good Luck PJS

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He's going to be close with that, but on the lower end I'd say. The common price when you think of getting this done is ~$1k. If you do some research, find a local specialist like hopewellpat did, you can greatly reduce your costs. Just do some checking, and make sure that the shop does good work. I've had my timing belt/water pump replaced and it was about $700.

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