|05-03-2011 05:11 AM|
|TJe0454||yeah i really wish i could have done it myself.|
|05-02-2011 04:33 PM|
All in all I would say thats a "normal" price considering the prices of labor could be anywhere from $80-$100 per hour. If I had to, I would guesstimate anywhere between 700-1000 for a clutch job at your typical mechanic shop.
Like I said before most shops will charge what the book says the job should take. If it takes them 3 hours and the book says its a 6 hour job, your getting charged for 6 hours. On top of that they will always bump up the price of parts. Thats why I hate going to shops. I do as much of the work as possible on my own.
|05-02-2011 04:28 PM|
|05-02-2011 04:14 PM|
|05-02-2011 04:04 PM|
Wait that 750 price was just for parts?...If so I retract my statement above, lol.
Like Jerry said a good shop can do it in 3-4 hours. BUT most shops will charge you whatever time the book reads out, If the book says its a 8 hour job, your getting charged for 8 hours labor regardless.
|05-02-2011 03:53 PM|
|97wrangler-242||Oh, if you didn't need it so soon you really could do it n the garage. I used simple hand tools and 2 floor jacks along with 2 buddies|
|05-02-2011 03:51 PM|
|05-02-2011 03:48 PM|
|05-02-2011 03:01 PM|
Your Jeep came from the factory with a Luk clutch. You can get the entire Luk clutch kit which includes the factory clutch disk, pressure plate, pilot bearing, throwout bearing, and pilot shaft for $159 from Dial-A-Clutch - Your LuK Clutch Kit Specialist which is where I bought mine from. It arrived 3 days after ordering it. For $159, you get the same clutch the factory installed which is a superb quality clutch that can make it past 200K miles. I pulled mine at 160K miles out of concern and it still had a lot of life left on it.
Any good shop can swap the clutch in 3-4 hours so add another $320 in labor at a typical $80/hour at the most.
|05-02-2011 02:52 PM|
|97wrangler-242||If you got a couple buddies and basic tools you can do it for 200$|
|05-02-2011 01:58 PM|
|TJe0454||so its a worn clutch. and it was more expensive than i was quoted for (clutch was a more expensive one). so 870 and it will be done by COB today|
|05-02-2011 08:51 AM|
|sevenservices||they should replace the slave cylinder when doing the clutch, but ask just to be sure. Its easiest while its all apart...|
|05-02-2011 08:13 AM|
|05-02-2011 07:54 AM|
750 actually isn't so bad. Labor rates are pretty high and thats a good price. Don't even bother calling the dealer. They wont be able to touch 750.
I would put my money on the clutch just being worn out rather than fluid leaking on it. The clutch is a wear & tear part..they eventually need to be replaced.
|05-02-2011 07:44 AM|
|TJe0454||how much should it cost to have done? i got a quote for 750 from a shop and im on the phone with a jeep dealership by me|
|05-01-2011 08:18 PM|
|6InARowMakesItGo||it could just be a worn out clutch. only way to know is look at it.|
|05-01-2011 05:32 PM|
|TJe0454||anyone else have a clutch???|
|05-01-2011 03:24 PM|
|TJe0454||would i need a new slave cylinder too then if its leaking?|
|05-01-2011 03:23 PM|
|fortapache140||prolly slave cyl.leakin fluid on the clutch,makin it slip.sounds like you need a new clutch|
|05-01-2011 03:19 PM|
hey guys, have a big problem with my wrangler. today as i was on the highway making my 3 hour trip back from salisbury, my engine would rev up in 5th gear when given any gas, but not accelerate. the same would happen in 4th. then an hour later 3rd, 2nd, and 1st. accelerating from a stop in 2wd now feels like 4L (engine would rev, but accelerate slooooow). what could be the issue? thanks.