- Replacement gascolator: $240
- Replacement fuel pump and strobe power supply: $660
- Second replacement fuel pump: $240 (but we got a credit for that, so it's a wash)
- Mechanic's time, plus oil and air filters and new oil: $888.
What made the annual of Mike Hotel a bit of a bitter pill to swallow was that we also had the ELT serviced in the same month ($95) and the standby electric attitude indicator installed ($200). Combined with the alternator replacement last month (total cost of $600, mostly because we had to have someone fly it in the same day), it's been an expensive couple months, aviation-wise.
Thankfully, winter's here, so the decreased flight time should give our wallets some breathing room.