Question about 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser
Remove the master cylinder and on the end of the push rod from the servo is a adjustment ,screw it in a bit to give a bit more clearance ,If this doesnt work then you could have a fault in the transfer gearbox but what i have no idea -sorry about that but the brakes i come up against before but the 4x4 is something i dont get a lot of
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I HAVE A 2002, 4-WHEEL
Hi angelsr. Begin by checking the transmission fluid level. It will operate best when it is at the high end of the full range. Once you have checked that and possibly added fluid to the transmission, drive it for 5 miles and then go into 4H. IF it still isn't working properly chances are that the bands on the transmission are loose. Then drive to an AAMCO transmission shop or other transmission shop and have your transmission serviced. Joe
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Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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