1996 Toyota Avalon Questions

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No noises, just won't come out of second . have to keep foot pedal pressure consistent or loose torque completely
My 1996 Toyota Avalon want start. It's not a battery or starter problem. What could it be
I charged my battery and installed it into the car but no lights or anything is coming on no engine turning it's completely dead but was running good when I parked it what cud be the problem?
My alternator is bad
130,000+ mileage. The car can be driven
but has a sound as though the fan belt is slipping and a high pitched squeal when the steering wheel is turned to the right or left, even when not driving, but parked.There are no fluids leaking.
They are two , one on top and the other on bottom
When you first start car up it makes a raddle near fan area but dont run hot fan works then it stops what could problems be
I have a 1996 Toyota Avalon XLS and it has a V6 in it. It has 240,456 miles on it. I am the third owner. The tranny fluid/screen has never been replaced. It is now a real dark red/brown. It does shift just a little late. If there any expect Toyota tranny experts out there. Or others with a view I would like to here from you to. What would you do if this was your car. In closing. I do have enough money aside to get a newer car.
The driver seat is stuck in awkward position and electrics have How can I manually reset?
Mileage seens to change about 30 to 50 miles per gallan at different Gas stations. Am i buying more ethinal at different stations. gas comes down one pipe line. it has to be the additives?
Replaced plugs, wires and number 5 coil. Still have same problem. Could the injector be bad?
Every Toyota I've owned since 1989, and those of family and friends (Camry, Sienna, Avalon, etc.), seem to have a constantly recurring vibration when applying brakes. None of our other non-Toyota cars have it. If it's warped rotors, why do they keep warping? Dealers are in denial and think that because they change the pads or rotors and it goes away temporarily it's not really a problem.
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