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Need price for some work on 2005 dodge Grand Caravan

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Hey guys, I am looking for a rough cost for the following issues on my 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan:

1. Replace both front airbag sensors

2. Repalce tranmsission shift solenoid

Any rough estimates of the labor time & cost for this would be very helpful. I already know cost for the parts

Thanks!

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If nobody came up with an estimate by Monday morning, I will look it up then for you.

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4wanderingeyes, Is that a pic of you at the hutch dam?

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With out having a labor guide in front of me, I would have to say:

1) 1.0 to 1.5 hours for both air bag sensors.

2) 1.0 to 1.5 hours for trans solenoid pack.

Any diag would be on top of this, plus parts, tax and shop supplies.

Good luck.

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Nope not at the Hutch dam!

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The airbag sensors are between .4-.9, and the shift solenoids are .9

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Hey, I was pretty close.

I gave a variance, because of the possible use of different labor guides wink

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You were close enough Shack that I was just going to say, use what Shack had! But I thought I would post what the manual said.

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Thanks guys, much appreciated!!

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