AAA Member Estimate Summary
$333.14 - $532.62*
Estimate including parts, labor and Member Discount
Repair Estimate Summary
$345.48 - $549.39*
Repair Estimate including parts and labor only
Your Estimate Includes
Parts: $222.08 - $381.70
Labor: $123.40 - $167.69
*Contact a local AAA Approved Auto Repair facility for a specific price estimate.
Member benefits disclaimer:
1. All repairs are guaranteed by the AAA Approved Auto Repair facility for 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first, under normal operating conditions, unless otherwise stated in writing. Other restrictions may apply. See facility for details.
2. Members save a minimum of 10% on labor (up to $50) at AAA Approved Auto Repair facilities if the discount is requested. Cannot be combined with any other discount or coupon. Valid AAA membership card must be presented at the facility at time of service.
Repair Cost Estimator Legal Disclaimer:
Estimated pricing is based on the estimated time for the repair, the estimated range of labor rates based on the region in which the repair will take place, and the estimated range of price of the base parts needed for the repair. Estimated price is customized for your vehicle make, model, year and trim, but does not include diagnostic charges, taxes, disposal or environmental fees, oil or other fluid costs, or other ancillary parts that may be needed for the repair. Vehicle repair costs may vary from vehicle to vehicle. Actual repair costs will vary based upon labor rates, time required for repair, actual parts used, your vehicle condition or other circumstances pertinent to your particular repair job.
Repair Cost Estimator is to be used for informational purposes only and is only intended to serve as a general guide. AAA does not take any responsibility for automotive service decisions or automotive work decided upon as a result of using Repair Cost Estimator. Always consult a certified automotive mechanic before making important automotive repair and service decisions. Use our Approved Auto Repair Facility Locator to locate service shops and mechanics near you. AAA is not responsible for errors or omissions.
What is an Alternator?
The alternator is part of a vehicle's charging system. It charges the battery and provides power to the electrical systems. If the alternator stops working, the battery icon on the dashboard will light up red. The engine may continue to run, but for only about 15 minutes before the engine ignition system loses the power to function. When replacing the alternator, be sure to get the drive belt inspected and, if necessary, replaced. The service professional should also perform a starter current draw test and a battery inspection and load test.