The car I purchased was super clean inside and out, and in great condition. Obviously should be a recall for Tacomas 69355 km Transmission leak at rear of transmission. After Toyota changed the fluid it never did it again, they told me it was low on trans fluid. Slipping occurs in every gear except 1st. Fts drove the truck with me and did not feel that there was anything abnormal about the shifting vehicle operates as designed. Hernandez displayed politeness, courtesy, and friendliness - a total professional. Clutch still sticking 88710 km Clutch still sticks in cold.
I stoped the truck 1 time, a tree stopped it the 2nd time. It just wont slide down around the two notched out pin slots on each side. Decided to live with it. He applied grease to the ball and then set the bushing hole side up on a vice. My sister came to me the other day complaining her '99 Mustang was acting wierd. Patwary thinking he probably couldn't be bothered as it was so busy, but again, I was very pleasantly surprised. The contact stated he would experience the failure at least once each time the vehicle was operated.
I've seen many transmissions come with low to no fluid on the dipstick and put fluid in them and they were fine. I highly recommend checking out Motor World if you are looking for a good vehicle and dealership you can trust. Drive shaft was replaced, and was told it was something to do with the propeller on the shaft. If the car still runs then the problem is not major but may develop into one if unchecked. Kudos to you and this post, I can now drive my Toyota pick up worry free.
And its awesome to have such promt replies. I've never replaced one before, so I don't know if you can leave the transmission in and replace the seal, or if you have to completely take out the trans and replace. This was an easy repair following u-tube directions, thus saving me several hundred dollars over repair shop estimates. It feels like I installed a brand new transmission. The best experience ever buying a car! The failure mileage was approximately 1,000 and the current mileage was approximately 15,000. Call it what you will, performance-oriented sport trucks are all about brawn and long black ribbons of valor left on the tarmac, cupholders be damned.
For others, it happened without warning. The bushing was cracked and the rubber seal had disintegrated into crumbs. Going back to when i go into 1st and start moving, with it barely going in, sometimes i run into grinding when i release the clutch and add gas to start going, because its not really in 1st, just barely moved up from neutral. I was so happy with my old truck, I honestly didn't want to get rid of it, but it was dying a slow death and beginning to leave me stranded everywhere. When they were working the fix for the tire pressure warning light, he came back to me and advised me that the car did not have the required Virginia safety inspection on it, asking if they could do it for me then.
From a complete stop, starting to go in 1st gear, sometimes the tranny doesn't want to shift all the way into place. Answered on Nov 06, 2017 You diagnosis is wrong in my opinion, that module will not drain a good battery, first have the battery load tested Autozone and others do the test for free , if it is good then look for some kind of light left on or staying on, suspects are visor vanity lights and glove box and console lights. I took it in to Toyota and they did not tell me the bushing had broke and was missing they just put grease on it so it would stop squeaking. They did and everything was done with the car given back to me in about 30 minutes, a miracle in view of how busy they were. I drove it for about 3-5k like that before I had Toyota change the fluid I know not the smartest but I didn't have the money to have anyone else check it. The first thing we noticed when we were looking at the cars at Motor World is that every car had a car fax laying in the front seat for us to look at without having to ask for one which was great.
Lower Ball Joint Failure: Because of improper finishing during production, the lower ball joints in first-gen Tacomas are prone to sudden failure. After several trips from 48 hrs to 1 month intervals they lubed it numerous times. Noticed slop in driveshaft carrier bearing while checking everything out. I was more than pleasantly surprised by his focus on my personal situation. They have a great selection that really will fit any need. Fearing that the repair for the problem might be extremely costly, I put off the inevitable for several years. After reviewing the paperwork and mileage, he advised that I should wait until the 8 month point to turn it in for the first service so that I could get all three free services spread out evenly over the 24 month free service period.
Whenever the contact attempted to switch gears from 4th to 5th he noticed that the rpm's would remain constant or rise for a period of 10 seconds. But don't sand when it's attached. This messes up the pressure applied to the clutch system, leading to premature clutch wear. Throttle Position Sensor Failure: This is attributed to premature wear on the throttle position sensor, which causes it to not advance the timing properly. I've already decided that my next truck, which will be no time soon, will be a Toyota Pre-Runner because I don't see myself in anything else but Toyota trucks. I am more concerned about someone else being stuck in a situation and not being able to get their vehicle in gear. You will also need to order parts from a Toyota dealer or equivalent.