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1991 Toyota 4runner sr5 automatic 4 x 4 l put in Dr step on gas slowly moves with little power is dirty fluid my only problem or is their more.As I manual shift down to get power

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Check first for engine cylinder compression .

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SOURCE: 1991 toyota 4runner sr5 3.0 v-6

i had the same problem after spending $500.00 for toyota to look at it they didnt fix it and suggested i it was the auto trans and i should get it overhauled costing thousands. i didnt believe them and started to do some of my own research into the problem. the coolant temp sensor at the rear of the intake manifold tells the ecu when the engine is at correct operating temp then allows the auto trans shift into overdrive. to rule out any problems with the auto trans i disconnected the plug to the temp sensor and went for a drive when the engine was cold and it shifted straight away into overdrive no problems. you can't leave this disconnected because the engine is hard to start when cold as the temp sensor also tells the ecu that it is cold and allows the cold start injector to inject more fuel into the engine on cold start up.to overcome this i cut the wire to the sensor plug and installed a switch which i installed into the centre console.now i start the car flick the swith use overdrive then swith back to normal after car has warmed up . engine fault light appers on dash when switched on but doesnt matter. i have had this modification for 2 years now no problems.

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SOURCE: 1990 toyota 4runner 4x4 wont lock in front wheels

your drive shaft thats turning is mabe broke or your automatic 4x4 lockers could be bad

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check fluid level and condition, could be low fluid level, or if fluid is burnt or contaminated, an intrernal trans problem

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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