My 4 Runner had flushes every 20-30k before we bought it at 71k miles in 02. The interior of the car is super-durable. Make sure you read it carefully some things changed from year to year like radiator fluid change, spark plugs ect. The 4Runner is a great value. Xplore provides a range of modifications that makes the vehicles better suited to trips through the wilderness. Or fill it with vacation gear for the Oregon Coast.
The recall began on September 22, 2015. I left my truck over night at my local dealership to do my transmission flush,oil change,rear end change,and radiator fluid change. The recall began on December 6, 2016. Obviously, it all depends on where and how you drive your vehicle but does Toyota have a recommendation for any of these? V-6 or V-8 makes a difference on things also. This is my first Toyota and I am hooked. I guess I will be making a appointment next week. I think he filled it to maybe the overflow plug hole? Are you searching for an auto repair shop near New Haven and Wallingford? My, how times have changed.
On long distance rides the seats seem to be a little cramped have to move around to remain comfortable. He did everything except the transmission flush, he said the fluid was fine and in good shape. For example, oil change is recommended every 5k miles. Put a good pair of off road tires on this and it will take you any where a Jeep can go. The only thing I would like different is that they offer a better off road tire for the Trail edition. Look in your glove box for the Maintenance handbook.
Exterior of the Trail is gorgeous. I am used to the larger seats of a Suburban. Looks good and rides good. Some people are just lazy and some are stupid so I relay on my instincts in situations like that. The recall began September 15, 2016. The recall began on May 28, 2013. If you're someone who wants a rugged, off-road-capable truck — or simply wants the rugged look — you'll find the 4Runner a strong competitor to the likes of Nissan's Pathfinder and the 2010 Ford Explorer.
I like the handling on the highway-though not as snappy as the Highlander. The 2011 Toyota 4Runner has a 4. Or go shopping at Nordstrom. Honestly-I'm new to the 4Runner platform, but have not had any complaints yet! By using only , you can be sure all repairs performed here will last you for years to come. The maintenance schedule that came with vehicle from Toyota goes up to 120,000 miles. The average consumer no doubt has visions of Corollas, Camrys, and Highlanders dancing in their heads -- safe, reliable, and affordable automotive appliances Toyota has become known for, designed to shuffle people from point A to B. The 4Runner Trail Edition adds black fender flares, grille, utility roof rack, and the hood received a hood scoop.
If the dealer won't do it have a good Toyota mechanic do it. It reached nearly 250,000 miles before he traded it in for a Tundra. However, recommended maintenance often includes services such as tire rotation, oil change and inspection of wiper blades, brake pads and fluid levels. The rides great, descent gas mileage, great in snow, holds alot of gear and comfortable. The problem with doing a transmission flush on higher mileage trucks with no previous service is that all that friction material from the clutches is all through the transmission now, some of it suspended in the fluid.
The maintenance schedule that came with vehicle from Toyota goes up to 120,000 miles. The all-new is longer, wider, and taller than before, and is powered by either a 2. Love the vehicle Love the new ride. But it's got a dipstick too so you can actually check it. These vehicles are equipped with certain air bag inflators assembled as part of the passenger frontal air bag modules, and used as original equipment or replacement equipment.
We are a large family with activities ranging from Sports, Medical Trips, Outdoors Activities and Work. If you do a true flush some of that can get dislodged and can wind up in places you don't want it, and it could cause more problems or even a transmission failure. Even if the fluid stays cool enough to not break down, what about all the crap in the filter? This trip I did, almost a comlete big truck tire no way to avoid, ran right over it with no problem. So, we stuck with the 4 Runner the 2011 is a little bigger than our '97 but has the same mileage as our '97, about 22 mpg. Having the 3rd row as an option with the split seats was a big deal for us.
We are all a very opinionated bunch here. They said the 4Runner has plenty of power, and it also has great safety scores, and front- and middle-rows seats that are comfortable for long trips. I owned a 1998 which I gave to my son. There's clutches in there, clutches wear, clutch material goes into the pan, then the filter. The propeller shaft on four-wheel-drive Tundras should be lubricated at 15,000 miles, and the drive shaft boots and the front differential oil should be inspected. Mine is a stick, but will be serviced every 30K anyway just to get any wear particles out of the trans. I have never touch nor changed the transmission fluid.
An overloaded vehicle can result in a tire failure which may result in a vehicle crash, personal injury, or property damage. The 4Runner also has an impressive 9. And I wish it had memory on the seat adjustment! Mine has 115k on it and it's never been touched either. The maintenance performed during each service appointment varies by vehicle model and year, driving conditions and other factors that our trained technicians evaluate. The recall began on July 14, 2016. It's comfortable yet rugged when you want to take it off road. This could increase the risk of personal injury during the event of a vehicle crash necessitating airbag deployment.