Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Inconsistent "whooping" noise being heard. also at slow speeds there is noise in the rear
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I need to remove the
Pull up on the lower front edge to dislodge the seat from the clamps that holds the seat to the floor. Pull hard, if the seat has never been removed. the clamps will be tight. Once the seat bottom is out, you will be able to see the bolts that holds the rear seat backs onto the body.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
all wheel drive i presume... i would suggest it's a universal
joint ... or cv joint if you will
This picture is actually of a machine but cars are basically the same design
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
dont understand if it was the diff the noise would be their all the time like a whining noise sounds a bit like a wheel bearing or drive shaft or a bush bmws are prone to this hope ive helped you
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
I am working on my mother-in-law's 2002 4Runner right now. The problem is a common one for Toyota starters and is likely due to worn contacts in the starter itself. When you engage the starter by turning the key, the worn contacts are preventing enough current from getting to the starter bendix (this is the rod that engages the flywheel and makes the engine turn over. you can hear the starter spinning, but the gear on the starter bendix is not engaged with the flywheel. If you can remove the starter, it is likely you can buy new contacts from Toyota, or your local parts store. Or you can buy a new/refurbished starter from your parts store for less than $200 and you will get money back for giving them your old starter. The tricky part is getting the starter out, which is what I am working on right now.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
The fluid in the versa trak AWD in the rear is old and needs to be drained and refilled. After you drain and refill it, make a bunch of sharp left and right hand turns, then drive it for 10 minutes. Drain and refill it for the second time and problem solved. Use only versa trak fluid available at any GM dealership. There is TSB on this now at the Buick dealership.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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