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This is a discussion on new clutch within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; so my clutch on my 03 is going out and i went to the subie dealership to see how much ...

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    new clutch

    so my clutch on my 03 is going out
    and i went to the subie dealership to see how much it would cost
    and they said 1300 dollars
    and that seems crazy for a new clutch
    input?

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    Registered User DeadLeprechaun's Avatar
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    From a stealership it sounds about right. Clutch work costs a lot because of labour. Last time I had to get a clutch fixed on a 1993 mazda 626 it cost me $800 and that car has maybe half the power the subie. It's not the part that kills you pricewise it's the hours of labour

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    That's actually less than I thought it would be at the dealer...I was talking with a subaru dealer who had a 2002 that he traded in when his clutch went, because it was a $2000 repair. How many miles are on yours?

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    Go to an independent shop and you should be able to get it done for about $800.
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