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1998 toyota rav4 5gear jumps out the rav4 has 98000KH on clook

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  • gmadigan Nov 05, 2008

    thanks but I need to know how to stop the 5gear from juping out off gear on my rav4

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Dunno what it is either
but
our 97 rav jumped out of gear on a hill(up) at 110km/h, the over rev through a rod through the side of the block
so get it fixed

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