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From: Heywood405/23/2019 10:16:49 PM
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Almost 180K on my 2002 Tundra and the first big repair is just happening now. I'm replacing AC evaporator, condenser and receiver/dryer due to corrosion. Until now, all I've done to it is replace tires at about 70K intervals, and brake pads at about the same frequency. I've never had a car that required less maintenance. Toyota replaced ball joints and O2 sensors in recalls during the early years at no cost, but this is the first real repair it's needed.
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