2000 Lexus RX300 Q&A
2000 Lexus RX300 Question: Recommended repairs
I have a very low mileage 2000 Lexus RX300. I currently have 62,500 miles. I have taken very good care of the car and have performed every service recommended by the manufacturer. My dealer is now telling me I need $2500 repairs. Timing belt, water pump, rear main seal, cam and crank seals with T/belt. I am experiencing no problems and haven't noticed any leaks. Am I being given a snow job? - Sheila1
I would get a second opinion, sounds like your dealership is being a bit aggressive with their recommendations. The timing belt on your Lexus is not due until 90k, by mileage, though some people will recommend it needs doing after 6 -7 years. Again, get a second opinion from another shop: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=76182&car_brand_names=Lexus - dandd
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