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1998 Toyota RAV4 Consumer Discussions

1998 Toyota RAV4
I had a Rav4 1998. Make sure you buy the Toyota type (T) Trans fluid ONLY!It's what they call a highly friction modified fluid. It comes in one gallon metal containers from your local dealer,I think i...

I have a RAV4 1998, the front left tire (driver side) is flat. I am trying to change it but the wheel won't come off. Should I just keep tugging till it comes off? Also, in the hub is a round brass r...

I have a 2006 Rav4 Sport 4cyl 2WD and I have NEVER gotten above 25MPG regardless of the fuel used. I purchased the vehicle in 2006 w/5k on the clock and I now have 106000. My most recent mixed driving...

years between 1998 and 2005. I'll stick with my RAV4. If you think the Ford Explorer is the smoothest and quietest car you've ever driven, I can only surmise that you have driven very few cars. Th...

For over 20 years, we've known people who drive Toyotas. They're usually great cars. But my wife and I have noticed that they often have a strong plasticy smell that can get nauseating. It is so bad ...

My wife drove a 1988 Buick LeSabre for 10 years and the car went downhill fast. We bought a 1996 Toyota RAV4 and have had excellent results. At 30k miles, we got a note from Toyota saying that the p...

I previously owned a 1998 RAV4 AWD and it went well off-road in mud and on-road through 21 inches of snow. I hope my AWD Highlander does as well and I think it will as I am told the AWD systems are v...

Never having owned a RAV4, or any Toyota for that matter, I need advice. I have the opportunity to purchase a 1998 RAV4, with 210,000 miles on it, for approx. $5,000(from a friend who wholesales cars...

"Then what about the CR-V and RAV4 which are also car-based crossover SUVs? These debuted before 1998. "...

nickel-metal hydride batteries since the RAV4 Electric Vehicle was introduced in 1998. Every part of the battery, from the precious metals to the plastic, plates, steel case and the wiring, is recycl...

I bought a brand new 2007 RAV4 in October 2007. I haven't driven 4,000 miles yet, and I already have 3 small chips on my hood. I am stunned that a "quality" company like Toyota would sell ...

Toyota has a comprehensive battery recycling program in place and has been recycling nickel-metal hydride batteries since the RAV4 Electric Vehicle was introduced in 1998. Every part of the battery, f...

Moreover what about the RAV4 EVs that have 120 mile...

Toyota has a comprehensive battery recycling program in place and has been recycling nickel-metal hydride batteries since the RAV4 Electric Vehicle was introduced in 1998. Every part of the battery, f...
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