2006 Toyota Avalon Touring 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
I have 52,000 miles on my Avalon and the dash is getting hairline cracks everywhere. I was told it would cost $1,200. to replace .Then this week my rubber oil line hose failed that repair cost was $425. I almost damaged the engine but I was able to take it to a dealer for repairs . It seams the rubber on the Toyota is defective !!
NOTE: the hose is 4 inches long and cost $78. On the internet you can buy 5 feet of the same Original Equipment Manufactured hose for $10.00 from part # 13016
Find a different hose and dash board supplier and review ....your parts pricing !!!! parts pricing is outrageous.
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