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Old 03-03-2012, 12:38 PM
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How much for a shop to replace oil cooler?

So i dont have any where to do my own work on my truck anymore since i moved into an apartment and was wondering how much most shops charge to replace the oil cooler? My deltas are getting pretty high, there at about 18-20 now so i figured i better replace it before anything else breaks.
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Old 03-03-2012, 09:45 PM
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most shops will charge 500 for the cooler and then 8-10 hours labor at $75hr average about 1250 ish.... where are in Co
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Alright sounds good, and im in westminster. i might give rocky at rockin s performance a call and see how much he would charge.
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Might wanna go ahead and start filtering now.
Depends on the shop, but some will let you help and cut the rate down for you.
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In Central Texas, I was quoted $1400.00 for the oil cooler, EGR delete, flush, blue spring mod, new coolant, oil, and filters.
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Might wanna go ahead and start filtering now.
Depends on the shop, but some will let you help and cut the rate down for you.
I already have a filter on it and its been on for about 1000 miles so.
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In Central Texas, I was quoted $1400.00 for the oil cooler, EGR delete, flush, blue spring mod, new coolant, oil, and filters.
That just sounds like the $$ for the parts and not labor to me.
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That just sounds like the $$ for the parts and not labor to me.
That was total except for sales tax.
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hhhmmm winter in north denver sucks lol i know i dont know what the rules are in your houseing area but you can tackle this in your parking spot just get a big drip pan and lay under the truck but if you want take it to the shop good luck and i would shop around and find one for cheap the shops mark them up a few hundred
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Cant be any harder than when I changed my EGR cooler. Should be easier because you dont really have to take the turbo off. you should just have to drain the oil and coolant, loosen the intake manifold take out the oil filter and cooler and do the reverse. I think I could have it all done and back running in 6 hours.
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