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Old 10-01-13, 01:11 PM   #1
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Question Cam belt change? Nottingham?.

Anyone know a good price garage to get my cam belt changed?
O and water pump?

I've been quoted 126 (labour) 64.01 (for the kit) and 66.45 (for water pump) + VAT

Is this about right?..

Thanks for the advice in advance
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Old 10-01-13, 01:27 PM   #2
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labour is a good deal ya wont get cheaper than that the cost of the timing kit sounds about right too ya water pump is exspensive you can get much cheaper on ebay but if its all genuine parts youve got a good fair price overall..
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labour is a good deal ya wont get cheaper than that the cost of the timing kit sounds about right too ya water pump is exspensive you can get much cheaper on ebay but if its all genuine parts youve got a good fair price overall..
They said they priced the water pump as the most expensive as there is more than one type for my car
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labour is very cheap make sure they change the tensioners too.

an auxiliary belt is a good idea too. there 20 and coolant is about a tenner
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labour is very cheap make sure they change the tensioners too.

an auxiliary belt is a good idea too. there 20 and coolant is about a tenner
Don't they need to take the auxiliary belt off to do the cam? Or are they on the operset sides?
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they do but doesnt mean they will replace it
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Old 10-01-13, 06:04 PM   #7
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they do but doesnt mean they will replace it
Ok thank you I will ask them to do that too
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