how much does it cost, more or less to fix a egr valve that is stuck or the pvc valve.

Asked by Jun 08, 2014 at 11:57 PM about the Toyota Tacoma

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 1996 toyota tacoma will start in the early morning, but as the day heats up, and i go
to the store or something, when i come out it will turn over but not start.

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Pcv-- couple of dollars. Egr on the other hand could be much more 50- 100 just a guess. Might just try cleaning egr first carbon build up might be all that's keeping it stuck open. Pcv remove it and give it a shake. If you hear what's sounds like a ball bearing banging around in it it's ok. But if you don't hear anything then it's bad.

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Just keep in mind these are just possible causes to this sort of issue

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Also might have the alternator checked (most national brand auto parts stores can do this) and give the battery posts a cleaning. If you have any charging system weakness it could be part of the problem.

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