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went to dealer after I got engine check light on dash of my 2007 tundra. Not very mechanical myself, dealer said where the truck brings in fresh air there is some pumps that have been getting some moisture and rusting and as it follows that line there are some more valves that my be rusting as the air goes into cat. converter to heat up. It will cost $3,000. Any thoughts on repairs or price?
 

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not sure what you are talking about ?? can you explain this better what was the trouble code??
 

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Search "air induction pump" You are another of the many with this problem. It's almost like these things have a time set failure on them.
 

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Thanks I'll check that out. $3,000 repair for a two and a half year old truck almost mad my head explode.
 

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Thanks I'll check that out. $3,000 repair for a two and a half year old truck almost mad my head explode.
Are you out of warranty?
 

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not on years but on miles (46,000) Was told not replacing is mixed bag some get along fine some go into limp mode. What do you think?
 

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wow theres like three threads on this in the first few topics right now. all the more reason im glad i have an extended warranty. people say they are useless...um...nope.
 

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You may be under warranty still. Federal emissions control warranties are a bit more complicated. I would call the state to find out local emission warranty information and then find out more about the federal emissions.
 

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You may be under warranty still. Federal emissions control warranties are a bit more complicated. I would call the state to find out local emission warranty information and then find out more about the federal emissions.
thats been beat to death too. the 2/24 requirements cover all emissions related parts but the 24-80k mile fed emissions warranty only covers cats and ECU and OBDII items. its very very limited and specific. it gets brought up in about every thread on this topic.
 
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