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2000 Town & Country: van..V 6..oil pressure sensor switch is bad

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I have a 2000 Town & Country van, V 6 and the oil pressure sensor switch is bad. What is the estimate to get it replaced?



The sensor is around $15-20, and labor is 0.7 hours. Hourly labor rates are set by each individual shop according to its overhead, but national hourly labor rates vary from $80-120 per hour.


So, low side labor would be .7 x $80 = $56, and high side labor would be .7 x $120 = $84.


So an estimate somewhere between $76 parts and labor to $104 parts and labor


2000 Chrysler Truck Town & Country LWB FWD V6-3.3L VIN R

PartOEM PartPrice
Oil Pressure Sender
Oil Pressure Sending Unit4608303$20.00
Oil Pressure Sender


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