Q: Will they do labor only? I have my own new parts.

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timing belt water pump replacement have new parts

My car has 135000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A mechanic from YourMechanic can install your parts for you on a labor only basis. The warranty policy does not cover any failures due to any part installed that is customer supplied. You will need to list each and every part needed to do the job and YourMechanic can quote you the labor. Talk to a service agent to set up the appointment and to answer any warranty questions you may have. I do know that if something brakes that is installed that you supplied you will be liable to pay for the labor all over again and you will have to get the replacement part yourself. I would recommend having YourMechanic supply all the parts and labor so you can be rest assured the parts and labor is under warranty for 12 months and 12,000 miles.

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