Question about 1999 Toyota 4Runner
I had this 4Runner serviced. Here are the things I have done since I have owned it:
Rear axle seal -drivers side - never replaced shoes on Drum brakes or drums - the rear diff fluid was changed at this time.
Replaced radiator due to leak of lines from Trans. - Napa had to flush 3 or 4X to get all of the vacuum leaks out. They did replace the filter and used decron III fluid(?)
Transmission Mount - thought it was the problem with tranny so I replaced it.
New Rotors, Calipers and Pads
Replaced Mass Air Flow Sensor and O2 Sensor
Now it is having this exciting problem that I cannot diagnose. Sometimes when I start it and other times it is random. It seems to be 'pulling' me backwards when I stop and something hits hard when I pull away from an intersection. This morning I was travelling down hill in very heavy stop and go traffic. The problem occured and I could have sworn I had been rear ended. It did not seem to want to go after that. Other times it hesitates going into reverse as if I actually shifted into neutral instead.
Any advice is apprecaited,
Now it is having a problem that I cannot diagnose
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Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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