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How much does Volkswagen Transporter 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 Volkswagen Transporter services.

Service Estimate Dealer Estimate Your Savings Location
Service type Serpentine/Drive Belt Replacement for 1971 Volkswagen Transporter H4-1.6L Estimate $88 Dealer Estimate $118 Savings 25.69% Location Denver, CO
Service type Brake Rotor/Disc - Front Replacement for 1989 Volkswagen Transporter H4-2.1L Estimate $293 Dealer Estimate $512 Savings 42.68% Location Denver, CO
Service type Brake Pads - Front Replacement for 1987 Volkswagen Transporter H4-2.1L Estimate $168 Dealer Estimate $268 Savings 37.09% Location Denver, CO
Service type Ignition Cable (Spark plug wires) Replacement for 1994 Volkswagen Transporter L5-2.4L Diesel Estimate $80 Dealer Estimate $102 Savings 21.77% Location Denver, CO
Service type Wheel Bearings - Driver Side Front Replacement for 1987 Volkswagen Transporter H4-2.1L Estimate $193 Dealer Estimate $282 Savings 31.63% Location Denver, CO
Service type Wheel Bearings - Passenger Side Rear Replacement for 1986 Volkswagen Transporter H4-2.1L Estimate $139 Dealer Estimate $197 Savings 29.58% Location Denver, CO
Service type Car Air Filter Replacement for 1994 Volkswagen Transporter L5-2.4L Diesel Estimate $101 Dealer Estimate $144 Savings 30.08% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oxygen Sensor - Front/Upper/Upstream Replacement for 1986 Volkswagen Transporter H4-2.1L Estimate $228 Dealer Estimate $398 Savings 42.75% Location Denver, CO

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Answers to common Volkswagen Transporter questions

Q: Clutch cable snapped
Answered by Robert
If there is no longer any tension on your clutch pedal then yes, the cable probably snapped. I would typically start by making sure that the cable is still attached to the pedal and the transmission. It may have just...
Q: Flat spot in motor.
Answered by James
A fixed hesitation point when accelerating points to a specific mechanical issue either in the ignition or fuel system. The mechanical advance in the distributor needs to be checked for free motion and base timing would need to be checked....
Q: No spark to cylinder 3&2, but i do get a spark to 1&4
Answered by Ty
I would first look at the cap and rotor to see if there are any type of wear spots on either of them. That would be my first thoughts. If those are looking good, I would next take a look...

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Tim was great; offered advice instead of just blindly fixing. Also Tim was super friendly and very genuine. Highly recommend!



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