Q: Valveble timer system repair cost

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My diagnosis code is p00010 and the second one is p0011 I my car been shutting down on me at red lights after stopping my Onstar read the problem to me and said it's the valveble timer system. I need an estimate on the cost to fix it.

My car has 62000 miles.

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