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Whistling sound from toyota rav4, am hearing a whistling sound from my rav4 when i drive it. dont know what the problem is.

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SOURCE: How do I know if my 2004 Rav4 has 4 wheel drive

check under the front and rear see if it has a transfer case with a drive line going to the front and rear. If there is no 4/4 button it would be full time 4 wheel drive. you can also check by jacking up the front and rear to see if the tires spin, If it was snowy out someone can stand outside the car and see if tires are spinning.

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

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SOURCE: my toyota rav4 drives itself in seconed gear?

Is it a manual diesel? Because if so, then mIne's the same. I believe it's normal behaviour. You can get used to it after a while.

Posted on Mar 29, 2010

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SOURCE: dont know what button on dashboard that is

The ECT button (which stands for "Electronically Controlled Transmission")
changes the shift points for the automatic transmission. When engaged,
the transmission shifts later, allowing the engine to get to a higher
power level and accelerate faster. Gas mileage is usually reduced in
this mode. Use it when you need to get up to speed faster; for example,
to merge into fast moving traffic. The normal position for this switch

Hope this help (remember comment and rated this post).
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Posted on Apr 20, 2010

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SOURCE: Clicking noise under the Toyota 1998 Rav4

mcdevito75 here, It could be inner tie rod ends or most like ly worn CV joints in the front axles. Have your auto repair shop check these items for you.

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

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SOURCE: Hi - 1995 toyota rav4

sounds to me like a faulty power steering pump just one possibility based on description


if it helps please give me thumbs up

Posted on May 06, 2011

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