Question about 2001 Toyota Sienna
If it runs sufficiently then there's no reason to do it immediately. generally, computer replacements are expensive because the computer itself is expensive. varying by age and vehicle, they tend to range from $200-$2000 just for the part. installation generally is not too labor-intensive but usually requires some dashboard disassembly. if you are having this done at a dealer then you're probably spending at least 50% more than what you would spend at a smaller shop or auto repair chain. you could potentially go on indefinitely w/out changing it if it has no driveability problems. however, if you live in a state w/ stricter emissions requirements, then you likely will be made to replace it when you get your next annual inspection
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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