Q: Vacuum hose leak repair cost

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1997 Volkswagen Golf The car doesn't pass smog due to a vacuum hose leak. How much would this be to repair?

My car has 93000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

Hi Daniel. Unfortunately, a precise estimate can’t be provided for a vacuum leak unless the exact source is known. You will need to first have the vacuum leak verified and located then a quote for the repair can be made. We’d be happy to come to your location to complete the vacuum leak inspection, so we can tell you what needs to be repaired so your vehicle can pass smog.

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