What is the gas mileage approxamately on this car and how much does it cost to to replace a throwout bearing?

Asked by May 14, 2012 at 12:18 PM about the 1995 Pontiac Firebird Base

Question type: General

5 speed v6

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2,985

v6 shoulg get 20 around town, up to 30 on highway with the v6. mostly labor on the throwout bearing, as the transmission has to be removed with the bellhousing, i would check the condition of the clutch at that time, replace clutch plate anyway, check flywheel and have resurfaced, at the same time, just my opinion

2,985

20 bucks for bearing, 5 hours of labor to change it at 80 bucks an hour around 400 dollars

2,985

add another 100 and change the clutch at the same time

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then get the clutch adjusted correctly and keep your foot off the pedal (the no 1 reason for premature bearing failure)

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hope that helps

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