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    Default 90,000 Mile Service

    Called dealer and they want $500+ for my 90K mile service on my 2006 Tundra. I'm sure they're trying to bend me over the proverbial barrel. In any case, it includes timing belt swap as well as all the other belts. What did you guys pay for the same thing?

    San Antonio specific referrals/cost would be super appreciated.

    Thanks
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    Default Re: 90,000 Mile Service

    If the service includes a complete timing belt service (i.e. water pump, tensioner, idler, crank seals, etc.) then they're at a pretty competitive price point.

    My guess is though they are being somewhat deceitful and not pricing in the water pump ($100 part and should be $0 addt'l labor) which should be replaced at the TB interval as well.
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    Default Re: 90,000 Mile Service

    How is Remmy always the first to find these posts? Every time!
    My local dealer (Toyota of Riverside) quoted me $315(before tax) for the timing belt and serpentine belt alone, not mentioning the water pump, cam seals or tensioner. They do that to sound competitive enough not to lose the sale which is understandable to me. With those parts added in, I'm sure $500 will be ball park and not a bad deal for the time. Plus any work over $300 gives you a free rental car!
    The other service's like the 15k,30k, etc. are mostly too expensive for what they actually do but the deal you mentioned doesn't sound too bad. I figure how much time will it take VS. how much money would I make in the amount of time. For me it would be an all day affair, for them 4-6 hours.
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    Default Re: 90,000 Mile Service

    Quote Originally Posted by SOTEX_TUNDRA View Post
    Called dealer and they want $500+ for my 90K mile service on my 2006 Tundra. I'm sure they're trying to bend me over the proverbial barrel. In any case, it includes timing belt swap as well as all the other belts. What did you guys pay for the same thing?

    San Antonio specific referrals/cost would be super appreciated.

    Thanks
    My dealer quoted me ~$750 for timing belt/serpentine belt and water pump. The serpentine belt replacement should not have any labor cost as all they have to do is replace it when they put things back together.

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    When I did my timing belt service at 80K, just the parts were over $400.00, which included the belt, all pullies, o-rings, pump, idlers (I repalced EVERYTHING since labor is the same), A/F and new hoses. I would not be surpised if the price doubles, heck they charge $200.00 just to throw in a set of plugs.

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    Default Re: 90,000 Mile Service

    That's a good price as I had paid almost $900 for all that, timing belt, serpentine, water pump, the whole she-bang.

    Glad I don't have to do it for 80,000 miles as I have almost 100K now.

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    I purchased all of the parts from Champion Toyota at 25% discount and it still cost me almost $400. I had my trusted mechanic complete the service portion as I was very unhappy with the 90K service the local Toyota dealer did on my wife's Toyota. It still cost me almost $800 for the entire service. However, I know what was replaced and that it was done correctly. No shortcuts. Check excatly what the $500 actually covers?

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    Default Re: 90,000 Mile Service

    Quote Originally Posted by mcarthurp View Post
    I purchased all of the parts from Champion Toyota at 25% discount and it still cost me almost $400. I had my trusted mechanic complete the service portion as I was very unhappy with the 90K service the local Toyota dealer did on my wife's Toyota. It still cost me almost $800 for the entire service. However, I know what was replaced and that it was done correctly. No shortcuts. Check excatly what the $500 actually covers?

    Pat

    That's about the same as the quote I was given.

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