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Q: replace fuse block under hood

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cost to replace fuse block under hood

My car has 132000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: The cost of the fuse box may need to be quo...

The cost of the fuse box may need to be quoted separate from the dealer, if it is available anymore.

The labor would need to be quoted by a mechanic after the car has been inspected for additional problems that may not be part of the fuse box. The fuse box on some of these did not come with fuses or relays and wiring connectors.

I suggest having a mechanic diagnose and quote the work, and then get a quote for the parts needed to fix the car.

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