Question about 2002 Toyota ECHO
Rear seal links and I only have 88,000 miles. why would the rear seal link? 2000 toyota echo
Only have 88K??! That is a good amount of miles to have on a car. I know it is a Toyota but things do start to go and things start to leak after a while on all cars. Your car is 10 years old- Its not new anymore. Things will start to leak over time and this is not unheard of. it is pretty much normal. Fix the leak and do regular matinance and you will get another 10 years and anothe 88k miles out of it.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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