2006 Toyota 4Runner Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2006 Toyota 4Runner
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2006 Toyota 4Runner ProblemsAutomatic Transmission May Not Shift Correctly at High Mileages
At higher mileages, (125,000-150,000) the automatic transmission may not shift correctly. This can be caused by the throttle position sensor being out of adjustment or a shift solenoid needing to be replaced. Typically the transmission does not need to be completely overhauled.
If the car will not start, the most likely problem is worn or corroded solenoid contacts in the starter. Usually, these parts can be replaced without purchasing a new starter.
At higher mileages (125,000 -150,000) the power steering pump may begin to leak on the 6 cylinder vehicles and could require replacement.
2006 Toyota 4Runner QuestionsNoise in dash and air flow will not change from vent/defrost/floor. How to fix? (1 answer)
The noise started out as a clicking sound and now it is more like a roaring/vibrating sound.
Goes after restarting vehicle, but comes back on after reaching speed of 40mph
2006 toyota 4runner limited v6 4.0, 101400 miles . I am looking for cost and advice on best way to repair . (New timing cover , oil pan gasket , timing chain , water pump , bearing on crank ) I am look to keep this for a long time . Thank you
2006 Toyota 4Runner RecallsSeat Heater Wiring Shorts And Causes Fire
For vehicles equipped with aftermarket accessory seat heaters, the seat heater elements may short circuit when the seat cushion is compressed, and result in a fire hazard. Dealers will disconnect the seat heaters and refund the purchase price of the seat heaters free of charge to resolve the concern,
The side curtain air bags may deploy unexpectedly, resulting in possible occupant injury. Dealers will replace the air bag control module with one that has improved programming free of charge to resolve the concern.
The accelerator pedal can become trapped under an unsecured or incompatible floor mat. This can cause the accelerator pedal to stick in the wide open position, increasing the risk of a crash. At this time, the remedy plan is still under development, but will most likely involve modification or replacement of the accelerator pedal and Toyota all-weather floor mats. No schedule of owner notification is available at this time. The Toyota recall number is 90L; the Lexus number is 90LG.