How much does it cost to get a vacuum leak fixed?
Vacuum leak repair cost varies widely, depending on what is causing the leak. You could end up spending anywhere from $100 to $1,500. If it’s just a hose that’s leaking, and the leak is obvious, the mechanic just needs to install a replacement hose. Expect to spend $50-$100 on labor, plus the cost of the hose. If the leak isn’t obvious, the mechanic will need to use a smoke generator. This forces smoke through the intake, making it easy to spot leaks. This adds more to the labor costs. If the leaks come from gaskets, valves or solenoids, parts and labor costs will be much higher.