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Old 02-14-2006, 18:01   #1 (permalink)
HerkyJerky
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Labor time to replace 2002 rear wheel bearings

Had both rear wheel bearings replaced on a 2002 Explorer at a
local Ford dealer. The obnoxious noises from the rear of the car have
been replaced by silence. An incredible difference. I am curious
though....
This is shown as a 3.1 hour job in ALLDATA (I assume their times
come from Ford) yet the dealer charged 5.0 hours. Even with a little
diagnostic time thrown in, 5.0 seems high.
Is it possible this job could take 5 hours when performed by a dealer
technician.

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Old 02-14-2006, 20:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Labor time to replace 2002 rear wheel bearings


"HerkyJerky" <FourCamV8@aol.com> wrote in message
news:1139966419.412757.243890@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> Had both rear wheel bearings replaced on a 2002 Explorer at a
> local Ford dealer. The obnoxious noises from the rear of the car have
> been replaced by silence. An incredible difference. I am curious
> though....
> This is shown as a 3.1 hour job in ALLDATA (I assume their times
> come from Ford) yet the dealer charged 5.0 hours. Even with a little
> diagnostic time thrown in, 5.0 seems high.
> Is it possible this job could take 5 hours when performed by a dealer
> technician.
>


Without an explanation, they should be doing it at the alldata time...


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