Question about 2001 Toyota MR2 Spyder
What I would do first is take the car to the local Autozone. They will run the codes for free for you. Also, they will tell you what the codes are, what needs replaced and tell you how important they are. Your fuel sensor could be as easy as a loose gas cap. The others I can answer for you if you give me the codes they pulled or tell me what sensors they are talking about. My guess would be O2 sensor which would make sense if one of them was gas related. Also, yes 1000 is very high to replace sensors that may only cost a total of 200 to purchase "over the counter". 800 seems like too much for labor that should take 2 hours at the most, again, depending on what sensors.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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