I got this vehicle in 94 for $16K with
60K mi on it, it now has 178K, w/ a
small amount of rust-thru below the gas
door. Reliable except for the common
failure of this V6's head gaskets.
Warantee covers it. One Toyota "quirk"
w/the EFI fuse in the kickpanel fuse
box. Seems that the females break
contact, a quick bend out of the leads
on the fuse itself, and reinserting
fixes it till next season change. The
only other problem that I've had is
there is a subtle leak in the
powersteering system. Just a note, a
tire change to 32x11.5x15, (fit nice on
stock SR5 wheels) the speedometer
becomes accurate. I can highly
recommend this vehicle.
Seats. Best I've had for long distance
I wish it had the 3.4L V6, or a tiny
V8, it is a bit underpowered with the
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