what can I expect to pay for labor install to replace a bad EGR valve on a pontiac 2005 Grand Prix

Asked by Jun 19, 2014 at 02:37 PM about the Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

bought a 2005 pontiac grand prix base model 6cyl, and it stutters when idling / during initial accelaration.   How many hours / how much would be an average labor cost I could expect to pay to replace the valve?

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Part is about $120, labor should be no more than 1 hour tops (15 minutes is more like it). The ERG is easily accessible on the 6 cyl engine. Disconnect the wire, back off 2 bolts, clean the gasket surface, install gasket, install EGR, hook up the wire, done.

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