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How much does Toyota Crown repair and maintenance cost?

The cost depends on your car, the type of service, and where you live. Here are estimates for a selection of Toyota Crown services.

Service Estimate Savings Dealer Estimate Location
Service type Brake Pads - Front Replacement for 1965 Toyota Crown L4-1.9L Estimate $130 Savings 39.63% Dealer Estimate $216 Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1970 Toyota Crown L6-2.3L Estimate $86 Savings 32.43% Dealer Estimate $127 Location Denver, CO
Service type Brake Pads - Front Replacement for 1967 Toyota Crown L6-2.3L Estimate $130 Savings 39.63% Dealer Estimate $216 Location Denver, CO
Service type Fuel Filter Replacement for 1962 Toyota Crown L4-1.9L Estimate $98 Savings 35.20% Dealer Estimate $151 Location Denver, CO
Service type Brake Shoe Replacement (Rear) for 1960 Toyota Crown L4-1.5L Estimate $167 Savings 34.05% Dealer Estimate $253 Location Denver, CO
Service type Ball Joint Front - Lower Left Replacement for 1964 Toyota Crown L4-1.9L Estimate $232 Savings 36.52% Dealer Estimate $366 Location Denver, CO
Service type Ball Joint Front - Lower Left Replacement for 1963 Toyota Crown L4-1.9L Estimate $232 Savings 36.52% Dealer Estimate $366 Location Denver, CO
Service type Axle / CV Shaft Assembly - Passenger Side Front Replacement for 1960 Toyota Crown L4-1.5L Estimate $405 Savings 35.31% Dealer Estimate $627 Location Denver, CO

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Answers to common Toyota Crown questions

Q: Corrosion around my water pump 2001 Toyota Camry
Answered by David
Hi there - while your water may not be the source, there is a small leak of coolant (https://www.yourmechanic.com/question/what-type-of-engine-coolant-should-i-use) onto the water pump which is the cause of the corrosion you mention. Modern coolants cause some oxidation of aluminum over...
Q: Short in car
Answered by Robert
Without knowing what sort of problems are occurring with your car it will be hard for me to help you. From my experience with this vehicle the most common shorts occur at the fuse box. The other common electrical issues...
Q: Arcing from distributor to valve cover
Answered by Jay
The coil is the only thing that is putting out high voltage. The ignition spark will always look for the quickest path to ground. This is the way electricity works. If you are getting spark jumping to the ground before...
Q: Rough starts and engine dies at idle
Answered by Jay
If the idle air control valve (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/symptoms-of-a-bad-or-failing-idle-control-valve) or mass air sensor (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/symptoms-of-a-bad-or-failing-mass-airflow-sensor) is having problems. If the idle valve is sticking closed it can cause the engine to idle very low and rough, and will run fine if the throttle...

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