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What would be the approximate cost to repair brake wires that a rodent has eaten through..causing the ABS light to come on?..Thank you

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Laurie Sarno, Co-Owner at Super Girls Auto Hello Cheryl- the price would depend on the location & how many wires have been damaged - it would vary from $20 - $500 sorry I cannot be more exact thanks Super Girls Auto.

Pat Fleischmann, Director of First Impressions at Community Tire Pros & Auto Repair It all depends on how many wires have been damaged and how easy they are to access. Most all shops will not quote a price over the phone on this, in fact all we can tell you is that we charge by the hour on a repair like this. For instance, our facilities labor rate is $90.00 per hour and we would clock the technician from when he starts and stops the job and charge accordingly. We can give you a better idea once we could see the vehicle and see the damaged wires as to how many hours we think it will take. Electrical is always either Super easy or Very Difficult to track down... Buy some Rodent boxes from your local Pest Control!!! UGH...

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