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Appropriate pricing?

Old 09-18-2005, 04:26 AM
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I took my car to Bridgewater Volvo (in NJ) to have some services done that seem to be regular with 99 S80's. It has not quite 44k on it and I had to have the throttle body cleaned, ignition switch replaced, new ABS module, and a mass air flow meter (which was setting off my check engine light). All totaled, plus labor, it was a little over 1,400 dollars. Is this a good deal or was I ripped off? Thanks for the help.

PS, these damn volvos are awfully expensive!!!
Old 09-18-2005, 10:15 PM
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That is a fair price.Most ABS modules are like $600.00 just for the module.
Old 09-19-2005, 12:12 AM
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Yeah, the module was 650, plus 105 labor, throttle body and ignition switch was 325, plus 105 labor, and that took care of both my lights...and then 2 hours labor to diagnose the problems that had to be fixed (210) which is BS because I don't think it takes 2 hours to pull codes and find out whats goin on...especially at a Volvo dealer.
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