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E46 Part and Service Cost II

Discussion in 'E46' started by stephen, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. elixir

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    Likely to be more expensive.
    One of the workshop I used to go said Mobil 1 oil is increasing
    their pricing effective April.
     
  2. David Y

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    Are these the effect of GST?

    Cooling Coil - RM685.00
    Expansion Valve - RM280.00
    Air Con Drier - RM180.00
    Gas & Compressor Oil - RM120.00
    LABOUR - RM650.00 (That much??)
    GST - RM114.00

    Total Damage to Wallet - RM2,029.00
     
  3. David Y

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    L & R lower arms (wishbone) - RM820.00 (from BA, Subang Jaya)
    L & R Bushes (bracket set) - RM250.00
    GST - RM64.20
    Total cost of parts - RM1.134.20
    Labour (san GST) - RM100.00 (SS19 workshop)

    F/R Arch cover - RM180.00
    GST _ RM10.80
    Labour - FOC (DIY)
     
  4. kw930

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    I believe the influence of currency is even greater than GST now :(
     
  5. David Y

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    One is variable and the other is a multiplier of the variable. The most affected are the foreign workers. After toiling for long hours, they have less money to send home. Doing a bit by having more frequent car wash.
     
  6. Crymson

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    Recent part change for E46 M43b19TU
    1) Crankcase Vent Valve (1115 7501 567) RM130
    2) Crankcase Hose (1115 1743 386) RM120
    3) Labor RM80

    Price: include GST
    Parts: Munich Auto
     
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  7. btslee

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    hello bros, any recommendations/comments on brakes? my front & rear disc brakes and brake pads have worn out. I have seen a few brand names being thrown around in the forum, namely BMW original, OEM brands such as Jurid/Pagid and ATE. just wondering which is more reliable for city driving and where can i source them for a reasonable price in kl? thanks

    Update
    BA selling price
    Original
    Front Disc 295/pc
    Rear Disc 270/pc
    Front Brake Pad 300/pair
    Rear Brake Pad 260/pair

    OEM
    Front Disc 110/pc (brembo)
    Rear Disc 110/pc (bosch)
    Front & Rear Brake 120/pair (Textar/Jurid)

    Brake Sensor 25/pc
     
  8. Crymson

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    I just use oem like Ate. No problems for me. Where did you source the front & rear brake disc? Good price.
     
  9. Alex5522

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    As mentioned:- BA selling price for Ori & OEM
     
  10. razlan80

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  11. kw930

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    This was the fuel pump & filter that I bought last time.
    Price increase so much now?

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  12. kw930

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    Been to BA today.
    Have a quick check with them on the fuel pump and seems like the selling price does increase to RM500+ now.
    However, most shocking to hear is they are no more selling engine oil now. Heard it's an instruction from Auto Bavaria service to ban them from selling, no more affordable Super Power engine oil now :(
     
  13. punksinatra

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    Hi,

    I am new here. I am helping a friend find a torque converter for his E46 year 2003. Anyone know where I can get it or someone one I can talk to about it?

    Is it still possible to buy it new?

    Thanks in advance
     
  14. Herbert

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    Check your pm (private message).
     
  15. quiksilver

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    Just got my car serviced:
    Total costs is RM1243.40
    Details below:

    1) Valve cover (cap clip broke and oil leaked causing engine light on) - RM424.00
    2) Gasket valve cover - RM206.70
    3) Oil filter and Auto Oil pan - RM90.10
    4) Auto Transmission Fluid - RM305.28
    5) Gasket and Auto oil pan - RM68.90
    6) Labour - RM148.40
     

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