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Question DetailsAsked on 12/2/2017

Is 1400 a goood estimate for 90k tune up on 2011 toyota camry (SF bay area) ?

2011 Toyota camry - 90K
SF East bay area

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For a tuneup only (which should include new plugs and air filter in that price) - no way, usually $150-300 for that service, which would normally include a normal engine oil and filter change too. However - other items which can add to the cost of a "tuneup" which would be normal at 90,000 miles include fuel filter (if replaceable type), cabin air filter, and throttle body and throttle positioner cleaning.

Now - the caveat - if you meant a 90,000 mile SERVICE per the maintenance guide, then yeah - that is in the normal range because that includes the tuneup plus about a 20 point inspection, changing ALL lubricants/fluids (axles, transmission, transfer case if 4WD, usually antifreeze though may have been doen earlier), brake check (though brake work would normally be hundreds more unless just new pads). A big item (probably about $500 worth) of the 90,000 mile service, if it has not been done before because of a worn belt, it timing belt replacement - they only last about 100,000 miles typically so replacing it before it goes out (and possibly causes engine damage) is a must.

Here are links to what should be several useful references for you - an almost identical prior question with several answers, a link to a site showing the 90,000 mile checklist for your camry (maybe not your exat vehicle, but probably real close), and a site showing actual prices for that service interval service.

Another thing to consider, depending on your warranty - if your normal warranty is running out, you might consider if you want to buy an extended warranty (typically 3 or 5 years) to extend your major power train warranty, or even bumper-to-bumper - typically around $3000 range for 5 years, and to extend the manufacturer warranty you typically have to do it before the existing one runs out or at least within a few months after.

My recommendation - do NOT get a third-party warranty - only consider one from Toyota, because after-market warranty companies seem to me to make their money by denying covered services.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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