First off to be fair I was told what they were going to charge for the clockspring replacement on my 2001 Chrysler town and country minivan($525.00) and the final price came in at $515.93. Also they checked my antilock brakes because the light came on and went off after a day but no computer code came up when checked so they didn't charge for that. But I had no idea what a clockspring was or how much it is to replace until I came to this web site. AutoMD lists labor at 0.8 hrs for a max of $108.00 and the part at a max of $99.95. Anderson's invoice didn't show hours of labor just a flat price for the job ($360.00) and the part is listed at $164.40. With shop supplies at $28.80 and sales tax of $15.17 the bill came in at $568.37 less 10% senior discount for the $515.93 total. I just think they took advantage of an unusual repair that most people don't know about and charged an exhorbitant price. Here is the exact description of what service was performed "Installed 5082050AC:CLKSPRING: Removed and replaced clockspring assembly cleared DTC and performed initialization test and verified repair.