Set your mileage to current mileage, not A or B, but the TOTAL! then, turn your key off, turn key back on AND press the mileage reset and hold it. you will see lines appear and KEEP holding the mileage button until the lines disappear, 5 seonds. that will clear or re-set your service reguired display.
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This transmission doesn't have transmission dipstick to check the oil, this is a 'sealed" transmission which uses WS (world standard) transmission fluid, toyota claims this fluid never needs servicing but most dealers recommend changing the fluid at 100,000 miles, I myself own an 07 and changed the fluid at 60,000. Changing the fluid requires some special equipment and procedure so it's best left to the toyota dealer on this one.
1. With the key off push the trip ODO button on the dash and hold it
2. While holding button insert key and turn to on position but do not start the truck
3. Wait till light flashes and then goes out, and that's it.
turn ignition to "on"; set your odomoter trip meter display to trip "A" turn off the ignition; hold down trip reset button while turning ignition back to "on" position; hold the button for around five more seconds until it shows a full display of zeroes (ex. "00000000") light should procede to turn off
Your toe in part of your alignment is out it is toed in alittle to much if both tires are worn on the outside the toe in being out like that means the front stance of the front tires is narrower by more than it should be than the rear stance of the front tires it shouldn't be more than a 1/16 of an inch narrower anymore than that is to much.