Question about 1997 Toyota 4Runner
This is hard to say with out a detailed service history. But you'll want to make sure you've had the timing belt and water pump replaced in at least the last 60k miles. If it's been longer it should be done. The drive belts should be checked for cracks or abnormal wear. Have the plugs been replaced in the last 100k miles? How about the fuel filter? Check the cleanliness of the air filter. Check the front end for worn parts. How are the tires wearing? If unevenly they should be rotated and the alignment checked. Obviously the brakes and shocks/struts should be checked as well for signs of failure.
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