Q: How much to replace a vacuum hose that's causing a vacuum leak

asked by on July 17, 2017

How much to replace a vacuum hose that's causing a vacuum leak

My car has 196000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

There is a 1 hour minimum charge for a service for a service call in most cases. If the hose is a factory preformed hose then it may have to be purchased from a dealer and then installed for you. Since you did not state the exact hose that needs replaced it may need inspected and diagnosed first.

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