Question about 2004 Toyota Solara
I have a toyota solara 2001 with 180,000 miles and i have spent about $400 on repair since i bought it new. It's the best car ever and beleive it or not, he is right there, but it isn't a piece of plastic, it's a shift lock, which runs about $400 to fix from the dealer. I got my replaced when i broke it trying to park on down hill..
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