Toyota likes to put separate transmission coolers in some of their SUVs, and they are usually mounted on the underside of the vehicle near the tranny itself. You may want to look and make sure that the cooler isn't plugged with sand in the fins...
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Yes, it can be completely normal, engine idling RPM's will have various factors that affect them such as temperature, altitude, oil level. In all cars the RPM's will change when the compressor for the AC is activated.
down on your console next to drivers seat is a button with 2nd start on it -push it and it will turn off light --- you can use this button to lock gearbox into 2nd gear at anytime -so it lets you take off in 2ng gear if you find that 1st gear is causing to much slipage when stuck in mud or on clay . i also use it on sand sometimes to get a better run up sand dunes so it misses that sudden **** changing up from 1st to 2nd.
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