life after 300K?

Asked by Jun 06, 2009 at 06:35 PM about the 1991 Toyota Previa

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

loaded, clean, dealer maintained, runs great, 300k miles.  What are likely first expenses?

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Your first expensive is replacing all of the fluids-if needed. Outside of that, your Supplemental Accessory Driveshaft (or SADS for short) bushings will go bad. The dealer will tell you to replace the entire shaft at the tune of $1000+. Don't do it. Just get the bushings replaced. the bushings alone are around $250. From my experience, this is one of those items where the Genuine Toyota parts are the best. It shouldn't cost you more than $500 (extreme worst case scenario) to replace them.

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