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Old 15 Oct 2008, 02:31 pm
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Default how much do you think a starter replacement for 1998 honda passport is?

I took it to a locak shop. they sasid 100 to diagnose the problem.500 for starter and replacement and an extra 200 because it was difficult to get out screws were rusted and stripped.
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Old 15 Oct 2008, 07:51 pm
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2 & 4 wheel drive both use same starterPrice: $138.99 Core: $52.00 Total: $190.99 this price was taken off autozones website.Personally , I'd find a different garage
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2 & 4 wheel drive both use same starterPrice: $138.99Core: $52.00Total: $190.99this price was taken off autozones website.Personally , I'd find a different garage
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