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through all the gears. I believe that it is only shifting to 4th gear. The transmission is a 5 speed automatic. The vehicle is all wheel drive.
What started out as a low hum has progressed to a loud whine or roar accompanied by a vibration in the floor. I have had the front bearings replaced and numerous things checked or fixed. The latest opinion is that it could be the transfer case, but he's not 100% certain and won't be until they get to the transfer case and take it apart. It's an expensive repair that I don't want to do if I don't need it. Is this a common problem? Thanks
Is it more likely a belt or a pump?
I was told that the bolt for the oil pan is stripped and I need a new oil pan because of the bolt.
I was told that the bolt for the oil pan is stripped and I need a new oil pan.
How do I remove the radiator fan motors assembly?
Installed a new battery and these lights stay on now.
reason I went to 38 finish line for a quick oil change and carwash, the guy says, you need your radiator flushed? I said go for it. once its done, I had cold air coming out of my heater vents, goes away when hitting the gas peddle. took it back they add more antifreeze same issue, 2 days later end out having antifreeze leaking from the intake manifold, toyota say you need an engine. has anyone ever had this issue?
end out ordering a rebuilt engine and now looking for estimate installation.
WHEN I PUSH THE CRUISE CONTROL BUTTON IN IT SOUNDS THE HORN AND THE CRUISE CONTROL LIGHT COMES ON BUT CANNOT SET CRUISE SPEED
I have replaced the AC relay. I also have checked the temp control knob.
I had a tune up on my 2006 Toyota Highlander LE 2wd at about 120,000 miles. It has been kept up to date on oil changes with synthetic oil and has been a great vehicle with no real problems. Immediately after the tune up (with the iridium plugs), my gas mileage was about 18.4 mpg (and remained there after 4 tanks of gas) vs. the usual 20.1 MG I averaged before. The car is running smoothly with no other problems. The oil is OK and no overheating, etc. Nothing else was changed. The Speedee where they did the tune up claims that all the seals, vacuum hoses, etc. are intact. There is no oil or other fluid leaking. Any ideas? Thanks!
Have had 3 alternators installed,last one from Toyota,exact relacement of original,light still comes off and on while driving. Car is operating fine,starting,etc.