Tony Mawad said:You know Toyota pricing is weird.
Some parts cost so much.
But then other parts just don't...that you think would.
Here is a surprise I found. The CPS cover (many crack & need replacing) costs less than a spacer for the fuel rail. IIRC, the cover was only $8 and the spacer was $11. That was from a local dealer a year ago before I got on SF & found out that we get discounted parts from Champion & Elmhurst Toyota.
Point is, you just never know what to expect for prices although overall Toyota parts are more than domestic.
Domestic prices are still pretty bad IMO, though Toyota is higher.Tony Mawad said:Point is, you just never know what to expect for prices although overall Toyota parts are more than domestic.
OzarkTurboII said:I have to agree Toyota pricing is weird. $4.50 for an injector oring....$26 for a thermostat housing, $46 dollars for an accordian intake hose, $113 for a turbo to intercooler hose........dang....I think it is directly related to with how bad you need it.