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    how much?? help me out

    im lookingto buy a 2002 wrx with 60k miles on it is is completly stock. i want to take it to get it checked out to make sure everything is running fine on it and the turbo isnt ****ed up. how much is it goingto cost me you thinkto take is to a subi dealer or a authorized subi mechanic to get it all looked over??

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    Without knowing your location and exactly what you want done it's not going to be useful to state a number. Get several quotes, ignore the highest and the lowest, and pick whomever you like most from the rest.
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    i live in california and i jsut wanted the engine adn the turbo and the clutch to be really looked at to make sure it all good and the turbo isnt damaged

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    To really test the engine will require a leakdown test which normally runs $200 or so. Add another $100 or so for a general once-over of the car.
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