Ignition coil replacement cost — Coil on plug
What is the ignition coil replacement costs per coil?
Ignition coil replacement cost varies depending on how many components must be removed to access the ignition coils. For example; to remove and replace an ignition coil on a 2010 Mazda CX-7 turbo engine, you must first remove the engine cover and the intercooler. The flat rate guide shows a time of about 45-mins. to remove those components and one coil. Once those components are removed however, the flat rate guide shows a time of just 15 more minutes to replace the other 3 ignition coils for a total time of 1 hour.
If the shop has to perform a diagnostic to determine which ignition coil has failed, the cost to replace a single ignition coil would be approximately, 2 hours labor plug $130 per coil. At an hourly rate of $125/hour, the total cost would be $380.
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