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2004 Toyota 4Runner Consumer Discussions

2004 Toyota 4Runner

I am having in my 4Runner (2004 4x4 Sport v8) light vibrations in steering wheel and pedals (floor) at various RPMs. Most noticeable when driving at a steady speed around 30mph. RPM affected is betw...

For what it's worth, Consumer Reports current website report on the 4Runner 2004 states:...

Upfront--this is my husband's car, not mine and I am not a mechanic. We have a 2004 4Runner that we bought used in 2005; it had 35K in mileage; it currently has less than 85K. It is a GREAT car and ...

I have a 2004 4runner, last week it developed a problem around the auto transmission, when I step on their brakes to standstill while on drive position the vehicle jecks and engine goes off. And on a ...

2004 4Runner V6 Sport, 2WD, galactic gray (still in transit) every sport option except for JBL, got for $30,000 total out the door (includes 4.16% HI tax)...

model year 4Runner (1GR–FE) vehicles under the following conditions:...

I have a 2004 4runner Limited edition and was thinking about installing vent visors and a hood protector. I noticed that they now have in-channel vent visors but I was worried that it could put a str...

* The automaker knew of a dangerous steering defect in vehicles including the 4Runner sport utility vehicle for years before issuing a recall in Japan in 2004. But it told regulators no recall was nec...

To clarify further, my '87 4Runner is completely towable. With a manual transmission, and manual WARN hubs, the manual (page 160) indicates for towing with all 4 wheels on the ground you must........ ...

So I had the dealer look at my 2004 4Runner, and the Galves blue book quotes it for $21,600, plus $900 for DVD player. But I have added all weather mats, Window etching with Vin # on all window, high ...

Although I own a V6 4WD 4Runner, because I live in an area that gets a lot of snow, I have agree with those from the South who buy 2WD because they feel they have no need for the off-road capabilities...

I just traded in my 2004 4Runner with 2005 Sequoia SR5 (with nearly all options of limited) in 34750. The MSRP was 40034. Few things i would like to say and ask. The SUV comes with DVD pre wire but i ...

Add raging Toyota 4Runner to recall list, local woman says...
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