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I'm curious to find out what the collective cost of all of these repairs would be at the dealership.

Replaced clutch assembly manual transmission
Replaced Timing Belt and Drive Belts
Replaced Water Pump, heater hose and antifreeze
Tune up (6 spark plugs replaced)
Replaced fuel filter
Replaced Air filter
Replaced thermostat and gasket
Replaced input shaft seal/manual transmission
Fuel induction service
Aligned 4 wheels
Lube/oil/filter 21 point inspection
Replaced PCV Valve

These are all things that were done to my G2 sedan before I picked it up, and the salesman picked up the tab. I know I'm looking a gift horse in the mouth here, but sometimes you just hafta know... He's sort of a relative, and I'm trying to figure out how far I should go with christmas gifts, etc to make sure he knows it was appreciated.
 

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oops just reread and realized it was a dealership. i was posting a ballpark on what it would cost at my mechanic! sorry :( dont know the cost at a stealership... maybe twice that?

PS. also i meant that was the cost of labor. parts are seperate.
 

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Shaar said:
oops just reread and realized it was a dealership. i was posting a ballpark on what it would cost at my mechanic! sorry :( dont know the cost at a stealership... maybe twice that?

PS. also i meant that was the cost of labor. parts are seperate.
Sunnyside acura in nh, wanted 800 just for the clutch assembly...
 

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Well, here's the rest of the story. I wasn't going to get into it, but it pertains to the question at hand. I bought the car in a private party sale. The previous owner knew the salesman, asked if he could sell it for him while he was out of town (luxurious life of an orthodontists I guess). The salesman knew me, housed the car at the dealership and set up the sale in his down time. All repairs were paid for out of salesman's pocket, not mine or the previous owners. I'm hoping he only paid for parts since he said the mechanic at the dealership was doing him a favor. So we're looking at price of parts and seriously reduced, if any, labor cost.
 

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i just checked an old reciept of basically the exact same service..... it was $2200 and was done in irving texas

i retract the 600-700 quote..... but it wouldn't be as much in my area now.
 

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I'd say $2500 to 3k. You should have gone to a Honda/Acura specialist maybe cut that price in half.
 
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