I would look it up in the manual myself, but the cruiser is at the dealership and they're denying my warranty claim. Info: 2000 LC, 65k miles, BornOn date of 12/99. I looked in the manual and found that the Exhaust Manifolds are covered under the 7yr/80k mile emissions warranty. I have a very minor exhaust tick at cold start-up, so I take it to my local incompetent toyota dealership. They look at it and tell me "yup, it's the driver side exhaust manifold, but it's not covered under the emissions warranty." I tell them BS and tell them what the owner's manual says. They respond with "i'm looking at my book now and it says that the passenger side manifold is, but the driver side isn't". I call more BS and he decides to get the warrany supervisor - or whatever he calls it - involved. He calls back, said they made a mistake - the exhaust manifolds - both sides - are ONLY covered under the 3/36 warranty UNLESS it's a CA-spec vehicle that's still in CA. then they'd cover it under the emissions warranty. I got the toyota corporate number and gave them a call. They haven't made a determination either way yet. The jist of it is that the dealer wants $1002.36 to change the driver side manifold. Does anyone have their manual handy? It's listed in the description of what's covered in the emissions warranty. The exhaust manifolds are specifically listed... Can someone confirm that i'm NOT going crazy????