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How much does Plymouth Fury I 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 Plymouth Fury I services.

Service Estimate Savings Dealer Estimate Location
Service type Brake Pads - Rear Replacement for 1973 Plymouth Fury I V8-7.2L Estimate $110 Savings 37.25% Dealer Estimate $176 Location Denver, CO
Service type Variable Valve Timing (VVT) Solenoid Replacement for 1968 Plymouth Fury I V8-7.2L Estimate $161 Savings 39.98% Dealer Estimate $269 Location Denver, CO
Service type Car Air Filter Replacement for 1968 Plymouth Fury I V8-7.2L Estimate $81 Savings 31.01% Dealer Estimate $118 Location Denver, CO
Service type Windshield Wiper Motor - Rear Replacement for 1970 Plymouth Fury I V8-7.2L Estimate $192 Savings 43.40% Dealer Estimate $340 Location Denver, CO
Service type Brake System Flush for 1971 Plymouth Fury I V8-5.2L Estimate $83 Savings 31.68% Dealer Estimate $122 Location Denver, CO
Service type Shock Absorber - Front Replacement for 1971 Plymouth Fury I L6-3.7L Estimate $378 Savings 38.29% Dealer Estimate $614 Location Denver, CO
Service type Variable Valve Timing (VVT) Solenoid Replacement for 1971 Plymouth Fury I V8-6.3L Estimate $161 Savings 39.98% Dealer Estimate $269 Location Denver, CO
Service type Brake Rotor/Disc - Rear Replacement for 1969 Plymouth Fury I L6-3.7L Estimate $211 Savings 38.31% Dealer Estimate $343 Location Portland, OR

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Answers to common Plymouth Fury I questions

Q: AC belt makes squealing noise
Answered by Jay
The belt on your 2000 Plymouth Voyager is used by the engine to turn the A/C pulley along with the water pump, power steering pump, and other accessories. Any one of these items could be the cause of the belt...
Q: Q: Car jerking while driving
Answered by James
If the transmission is not shifting gears even after a fluid service, the problem may be internal transmission failure. I do not suggest driving a vehicle with these symptoms as you risk damage to the engine. You will need to...
Q: Our car keeps shutting off after driving a few miles
Answered by Jay
The Check Engine Light (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/what-does-the-check-engine-warning-light-mean) coming on was an indication that there is a problem. Did you notice high temperature or if the engine was overheating? If there were no indications other than the Check Engine Light, then the system...
Q: I am having strange issues with my turn signals and headlights.
Answered by Robert
Hello. Most likely you have a bad ground some place. Grounds for the lighting system will be in several different locations throughout the car. The combination switch (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/combination-switch-assembly-replacement) inside your steering column is a common culprit. What is happening is...

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