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How much does Oldsmobile F85 repair and maintenance cost?

The cost depends on your car, the type of service, and where you live. Here are estimates for a selection of Oldsmobile F85 services.

Service Estimate Savings Dealer Estimate Location
Service type Cabin Air Filter Replacement for 1971 Oldsmobile F85 V8-5.7L Estimate $89 Savings 33.20% Dealer Estimate $133 Location Denver, CO
Service type Car Starter Repair for 1964 Oldsmobile F85 V8-5.4L Estimate $303 Savings 45.13% Dealer Estimate $553 Location Denver, CO
Service type Wheel Bearings - Passenger Side Front Replacement for 1966 Oldsmobile F85 V8-5.4L Estimate $491 Savings 46.84% Dealer Estimate $924 Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1966 Oldsmobile F85 V8-6.6L Estimate $79 Savings 36.51% Dealer Estimate $124 Location Denver, CO
Service type Ball Joint Front - Lower Left Replacement for 1966 Oldsmobile F85 V8-5.4L Estimate $229 Savings 36.28% Dealer Estimate $360 Location Denver, CO
Service type Car Air Filter Replacement for 1962 Oldsmobile F85 V8-3.5L Turbo Estimate $82 Savings 31.40% Dealer Estimate $120 Location Denver, CO
Service type Wheel Bearings - Passenger Side Front Replacement for 1964 Oldsmobile F85 V8-5.4L Estimate $491 Savings 46.84% Dealer Estimate $924 Location Denver, CO
Service type Serpentine/Drive Belt Replacement for 1968 Oldsmobile F85 V8-5.7L Estimate $112 Savings 37.54% Dealer Estimate $180 Location Denver, CO

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Answers to common Oldsmobile F85 questions

Q: Car randomly feels like it loses power and jumps
Answered by Spencer
Hello there. Many different items can cause a lack of power intermittently such as this. The most common would be the spark plugs (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/spark-plugs-replacement), wires (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/ignition-cable-spark-plug-wires-replacement), fuel pump (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/fuel-pump-replacement), fuel filter (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/fuel-filter-replacement), vacuum leak, exhaust leak or oxygen sensors (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/oxygen-sensor-replacement)....
Q: How do I know if it's my blower motor resistor or the resistor switch that's not working?
Answered by Kevin
The referenced parts are tested with an ohmmeter. The resistor block (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/heater-blower-motor-resistor-replacement) must have a specified resistance across each element on the block. However, if any resistors are open (infinite resistance), the block is just condemned and replaced automatically. Occasionally,...
Q: My power steering pump pulley broke into pieces but pump spins freely, do I just need to replace the pulley?
Answered by Tim
Hi Bridgett. Thanks for contacting us today. When a pump spins freely as you've indicated, it's usually best to replace the pump, as it's possible that damage has been done to the pump when the pulley broke.
Q: Alero won't start, no ignition coil recognition, service engine light, and beeping sound under glove compartment
Answered by Scotty
I can't think of what could be beeping under your glove box. Since your vehicle uses multiple coil packs, I'm going to guess that by no coil recognition, you mean there's no spark. There are several potential causes for this,...

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