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HOW MUCH IT WILL COST TO FIX A UPPER OIL LEAK GASTRET?
-Depend on which one you want to replace...?
Hear is basic and if you do it yourself:
If Only valve cover gasket. it'll be around 15 to 20 dollar.
If Only head gasket. It'll be around 20 to 70 dollars for gasket and also recommend to replace all head bolt if you do head gasket. So it 'll be another addition 30 to 70 dollars.
-But if you pay a shop to do for you. they will consider rebuild the whole engine. (It will cost you around 1200 to 2000 dollars)
Don't take my words. This is just give you the idea. It could be more or less.
on May 18, 2015
Squeeling belts toyota avalon 2006
There are several possible reasons for this. The new belt may be the wrong size or have a different number of grooves cut into the belt. Some pulleys have more or less grooves which must match the number of grooves on any grooved pulley, even if only 1 pulley has the grooves.
Mounting the belt through different paths which makes slack in the belt.
Frozen or worn Belt tensioner which fails to put adequate tension on the belt. Idler pulley bearings can be worn out and new belt is now causing bearing to show up with noise.
When routing belt, make sure grooved part turns on grooved pulley and not the smooth backside of the belt.
on Apr 11, 2015
How do I get the check engine light on my 2006 Toyota Avalon to go off? A loose gas cap was the culprit
You can reset the check engine light by clearing the DTC code(s) at the ECM port using a code reader; or by disconnecting the ground (negative) battery cable from the terminal post of the battery- wait 5 minutes, then, press on the brake pedal or turn on the headlights to draw any remaining (residual) voltage current out of the electrical system.
Replace the ground cable to the battery...restart the car.
Should the check engine light come back on, the problem was not just with the gas cap, you will have to use the code reader to pull the trouble codes...and based on the code(s), you will then have to perform diagnostic troubleshooting to trace and locate the component part(s) that are triggering the events. If you suspect a particular part or several parts, you will have to test them at the component level to see if it or they are operating properly or are malfunctioning.
on Feb 28, 2015
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