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  • About Silver_Truck
    B'ham, WA
    hockey, my truck
    My Rig
    1991 truck
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    *1991 Toyota Pickup Ext. Cab SR5 4x4 V6 5 spd K&N intake, port & polished heads with OS valves, port & polished intake manifold and plenum, NWOR headers and crossover, NWOR catback, Denso Iridium plugs, Redline Fluids, 4.88s, Rear LockRight, Aisin hubs, Chevy springs, BJ spacers, 2" RB body lift, 34x10.5 Swamper LTBs, WolphisWorks Sliders and bumpers, 400,000 mi.


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  • Last Activity: 08-22-2010 06:48 AM
  • Join Date: 10-18-2004

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  1. 10-23-2014 11:02 AM - permalink
    couple months ago my '90 4runner 4wd auto trans suddenly stopped pulling in any gear. All vac/fluid ok. I saved $ for repair so this sunday i pushed it out of the drvwy to get it towed but started the motor just to hear it run. My buddy put it into gear just for firsthand witness of the problem and damned thing suddenly had all gears! WIERD! So i drive it for three days n then dejavu. Exactly as before, i start to notice OD not working n shifts getting a lil hard and then complete fail. Seems to me the trans proper is probly ok but something is failing then "resetting" by long rest. SOMEBODY THROW ME A BONE HERE CUZ IM STUMPED..?!
  2. banoobee17
    02-11-2013 04:19 PM - permalink
    Hello i see your from b ham i from skagit co live in missouri right now but i had a quick question when i install my cam pulleys do the cams have to be in a certain way or can i just put the pulleys on then line em up to the timing marks
    05-21-2009 08:33 PM - permalink
    170 shipped, sounds good to me! What condition is the fluid in, and how long ago did you run the diff last?

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