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How much does Plymouth Fury II 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 II services.

Service Estimate Savings Dealer Estimate Location
Service type Brake Rotor/Disc - Rear Replacement for 1965 Plymouth Fury II V8-5.2L Estimate $302 Savings 38.79% Dealer Estimate $493 Location Birmingham, AL
Service type Strut Assembly - Rear Replacement for 1973 Plymouth Fury II V8-5.2L Estimate $410 Savings 44.66% Dealer Estimate $741 Location Portland, OR
Service type Ball Joint Front - Lower Left Replacement for 1968 Plymouth Fury II V8-7.2L Estimate $414 Savings 39.74% Dealer Estimate $687 Location Los Angeles, CA
Service type Door Lock Actuator - Driver Side Front Replacement for 1969 Plymouth Fury II V8-7.2L Estimate $261 Savings 36.66% Dealer Estimate $413 Location Malden, MA
Service type Headlight Bulb - Driver Side Low Beam Replacement for 1974 Plymouth Fury II L6-3.7L Estimate $118 Savings 25.84% Dealer Estimate $159 Location Littleton, CO
Service type Brake Master Cylinder Replacement for 1968 Plymouth Fury II V8-6.3L Estimate $178 Savings 38.60% Dealer Estimate $291 Location Minneapolis, MN
Service type Ball Joint Front - Upper Right Replacement for 1969 Plymouth Fury II L6-3.7L Estimate $187 Savings 31.77% Dealer Estimate $274 Location Philadelphia, PA
Service type Wheel Bearings - Driver Side Rear Replacement for 1974 Plymouth Fury II V8-6.6L Estimate $188 Savings 37.84% Dealer Estimate $302 Location Rolesville, NC

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Answers to common Plymouth Fury II questions

Oil under car
Answered by James
Oil leaks generally will become worse over time. Locations where leaks commonly develop are at the valve cover, oil pan or camshaft and crankshaft seals. The source of the oil leak will need to be located, and then the leak...
How to remove the climate control switch assembly?
Answered by Marvin
Hi there. The switch cluster is located within the dash in a combination with the radio. The surrounding plastic case that holds the switch in place is held in by plastic tabs. Gently pop out the plastic tabs from the...
Transmission trouble shifting -1998 Plymouth Voyager
Answered by Jay
Hello. Try replacing the transmission control relay in main junction box. This is a possible cause of the code P1768. The P0700 (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/p0700-obd-ii-trouble-code-transmission-control-system-malfunction-by-spencer-clayton) code should not pertain to your vehicle and may be an erroneous code. I would try the...
I'm having starting problems with my vehicle.
Answered by Jay
Hi there. First off your engine needs three things in order to start. Your engine needs compression, fuel and ignition. The most common problem other owners with similar vehicles to you have is a fuel pump and filter in the...

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