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Old 07-23-2003, 02:35 PM   #1
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Anyone have an idea what standard book labor is for the replacement of these parts...Thanks Matt
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I got a 95 bonnie with a Series II...for the past 6 months or so it will occasionally shudder, the check engine light will come on and run rough. When I shut it off and start it light is off and runs fine...scanned it with a buddys Snap On scanner and came up with 361...EST no toggling...I did a search on google and it seems to be the crank sensor but I've also heard maybe cam sensor or Ing module...I bought a new truck so I have'nt used the car much...would run it every few day'*...the other day I went to start it and it only cranks...wont turn over...

Just wanted to get an idea how many hours of labor I'm looking at...

figures...I just put the for sale signs on it...
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I was at a budds shop he had his 94 deville on the hoist and he changed out the cam sensor in less then an hour... But he is the mechanic.. and he did use a hoist. The v8 caddi is far more packed in there then the little v6
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I've been through alot with my car lately: had the crankshaft sensor replaced about 4 weeks ago, cost around $80 for the part, the labor was done for free by the dealer since they've been diagnosing the problem for months. I think they said typically around an hours labor normally. About a week later the camshaft sensor was replaced, same deal $60 for parts, no labor. After all this the SES light was still coming on so now last week i paid $325 for a new computer. Once again, no labor charge and the garage was nice enough to reimburse the cost of the camshaft sensor, which might not have needed replacement. No problems so far.....
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