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I have an 1986 toyota 4x4 pickup. i was woundering why when i drive i can only have power in 1st and second gear and when i try too go into 3rd it boggs down and i have no power?

I have power for 1st and second gear but if i shift into 3rd there is not really any power like it boggs down and if i want any power i have to have my foot to the floor. i really hope someone can help. thanks

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They had a problem with this plastic washer that is in the shifter tower it sits just under the shifter it self and gets worn out and causes this to happen- hope that helps.

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There are 4 bolts for each rear axle. They are located behind the rear brake drums. Remove e-brake cable from rear drum and take off brake line.(carefully). I recomend draining and changing your rear differential fluid too, because if the fluid by run out of axle housing. also you should replace the seals for the axles of if you are changing the bearings. When you are done don't forget to bleed your brakes, and hooking up e-brake cable. I hope this answers your question.

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