Question about 1994 Toyota 4Runner
Start my car put in drive .barely moves in drive...got to drop it in low to get going
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Transmission problems
Wel From Your Discription This is A Slipping CLUTCH If its a Manual Trans Requiring a CLUTCH JOB Consisting of Replacement Of the Fallowing,
1. Clutch Disc
2. Clutch Pressure Plate
3. Clutch Releace Bearing
4. Pilot Bearing or Bushing
5. Any Eng or Trans OIL SEAL Nessisary While Dissasymbled
If this Is A AUTOMATIC Transmission,
You Require That the Transmission be Replaced Or Rebuilt as There Is Serious Damage Done to the Clutch Packs In the Automatic trans that Can ONLY Be Corrected With A REBUILDING of the UNIT Or REPLACEMENT of the Unit.
Sorry to Be the Bearer of Bad News but This is Part of My Job too.
Good Luck and I Hope you find this to Be of Much HELP to you ! ! !
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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