How much is a timing belt for a 2013 Chevy Sonic?

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  • Anas Najib
    The real cost is in the labor, because a lot of parts need to be disassembled to get to the belt. Shopping around to get a few quotes is your best bet to get the best deal, but you can expect to pay anywhere from $409 to $919 (including parts and labor).
  • What color is GM transmission fluid?

    dark red
    Initially, transmission fluid is translucent and dark red in color. If there is red fluid leaking from your car, you're going to want to learn more in the guide below – courtesy of the Hendrick Chevrolet Monroe service team.
  • How many quarts of oil does a Chevy Sonic take?

    4.8 quarts
    4.8 quarts. . (with filter)After refill check oil level.
  • How much transmission fluid do you need?

    In general, transmissions take about 9 to 13 quarts to fill completely. The amount of transmission you add will vary, depending on whether you are draining or replacing it all or you are just topping it up. Again, you should avoid adding too much. It is advisable to put in little amounts at a time.20 jun 2021
  • How much oil does a 2016 Chevy Sonic hold?

    Capacities
    Type:sedanfive-door
    EPA passenger vol. (cu ft / L):90.3 / 255690.6 / 2565
    Fuel tank (gal / L):12.2 / 46.212.2 / 46.2
    Engine oil (qt / L):1.4L: 4.2 / 4.0 1.8L: 4.8 / 4.51.4L: 4.2 / 4.0 1.8L: 4.8 / 4.5
    Cooling system (qt / L):1.4L: 6.9 / 6.5 1.8L: 6.3 / 6.01.4L: 6.9 / 6.5 1.8L: 6.3 / 6.0
  • Can I use Dex Merc instead of DEXRON II?

    Can I use Dex Merc instead of Dexron II? A “universal” fluid that is commonly available is labeled “Dex/Merc” and are usually compatible with Mercon (not Mercon V), Dexron II, and Dexron III, and possibly others. I would not use ATF+4 since it is a different formulation meant for Chrysler transmissions.12 ene 2020