How much is it to fix a vacuum leak on my car?

My dad thinks my car likely has a vacuum leak because he could hear it when walking out to the car. I’m assuming he’s right, so I scheduled an appointment with my mechanic next week, but how much does it usually cost to fix a vacuum leak?

Jack Walsh · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
It’s great you have a dad who knows about cars! In general, it costs around $90 to $125 to fix a vacuum leak on your car.
However, the price varies depending on the make and model of your car and which component is leaking. A leaking vacuum tube or hose is the cheapest to fix, but a leaking actuator, solenoid, or gasket can cost closer to $1,000.
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