Question about Toyota 4Runner
Yes you will need a rebuild. just make sure that the fluid level is correct. i am assuming this is a higher milage car. when transmissions get older the friction material form the clutchs inside the transmission actually help hold and shift the gears. when you flush those out you have nothing to help the worn out clutches from slipping. your other option which would be cheaper is to get a junkyard transmission they are cheaper and you can buy extended warrantys for cheap money from a reputable salvage yard like LKQ. i hope this helps please leave me some posative feedback thanks.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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