Question about 1997 Toyota RAV4
Depending on how noisy the car is whilst in drive it may not be a problem or one that can be fixed, when the car is idling depending on the car ofcourse it will idle between 800 - 1000rpm, once the car is in "D" the engine puts load on the gearbox and thats why the revs drop its completely normal and causes no harm to your car. If the noise is an exhaust related problem you may just have an exhaust leak.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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