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Ferrari 360: Cost to change timing belt on 2004 360 and where

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Cost to change timing belt on 2004 360 and where in Connecticut is best to do this!

CarDoc :

Hello, I'm Jason. I will do my best to answer your question quickly and accurately using the information you have provided.

CarDoc :

First thing I need to know is whereabouts in CT are you located?

CarDoc :

There are two shops I know of pretty well

CarDoc :

If your near the New Haven/Bridgeport area, this is the place

CarDoc :

http://www.blackhorsegarage.com/

CarDoc :

If you're more in central, Ct, then this is the place

CarDoc :

http://www.f40.com/

CarDoc :

Both are more than qualified to do a major (timing belt/water pump) service on a 360

CarDoc :

If you're looking for others, please respond, and I'll do some research, but these will be shops I'm not quite as familiar with

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
I am in mystic ct. Near the Rhode Island border and again what might be a ball park cost with other services that should be done at the same time. I just purchased this car and am not sure that it has the service records. An inspection has been done but again I want to be prepared for what comes up. I had to act quickly to get it since there where 5 other people looking at it. thanks Dave
No problem, Dave...glad to continue to help.

Figure about $6-8k depending on the shop, for a full major service.

Unfortunately, competent Ferrari shops are few and far between, so often a long-ish trip is necessary to have a good shop perform the work. The next closest good Ferrari shop is up in Weston, Mass, West of Boston. I've been to this place a few times for training, back when Lamborghini North America had their technical headquarters in the same building, ironically.

Here is their site
http://www.bostonsportscar.com/

Again, please let me know if I can offer further information.

Thanks
Jason
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