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Q: What does it cost to replace the front end?

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I want to replace the front end what should it cost

My car has 24500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The cost of this repair would depend on the exact parts that require replacement. There are multiple parts on the front of the vehicle including suspension parts and brake Parts. Depending on which parts have failed you may need to spend more money than other parts. The cost cannot be determined until the exact parts that require replacement have been diagnosed as faulty. If you need help pinpointing any particular problems, have a local expert inspect the brakes, steering, and suspension of your vehicle so that you can move forward with proper repairs.

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