The part may already be out of production. You will need to check salvage yards making sure the one you get has the exact same part number. Also, the dealer should be able to check other dealers for "dealer old stock." (DOS). Labor shouldn't take more than an hour. However, the cost of the part is up in the air at this point. If a dealer finds a new one, they could charge up to 600 for it.
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Friday, November 4th, 2011 AT 4:09 AM