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What are the actual recommendations for a 2003 4-runner 100,000 mile maintenance visit?

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I found this link which will get you the Service Manual for your 4Runner...http://www.ezdries.net/Vidpics/4Runn...%204Runner.zipA generic checklist for any car which has reached 100,000 miles can be found here...http://www.trustmymechanic.com/100.pdf

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Required maintenance


Replace the spark plugs at 60,000 miles

Replace the timing belt at 90,000 miles

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That is about it. Not much else is required.

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2003 Toyota 4 runner


Hi robrtsn,
As you forgot to say what the engine is in your 4-Runner....I'll give you the rule of thumb....if you have a timing chain in your engine, you'll need to check it only if it becomes noisy....If you have a timing belt, the manufactures recommend that it's replaced every one hundred thousand kilometers.....thats about sixty five thousand miles.... I believe that the later vehicles...(those with the electronic odometer fitted) have been extended to one hundred and fifty thousand, but to be on the safe side, I'd replace at one hundred thousand, especially with the number of sub standard parts that are available on the market these days....

Hope that's a help

Best regards Johngee10

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