Ripoff ?

Asked by Oct 30, 2011 at 11:03 PM about the Dodge Avenger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was getting an oil change at a local Dodge dealer...I was told there was a leaking
susspension on the rear axle, would cost $475 to fix it...Really ? For a $ 70 or so
shock absorber ?

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Depending on your area the extra $405 may be Labor costs, it may be cheaper to buy the whole assembly and install it than paying $475 for just the obsorber.

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