Well, with a lot of running around, i got the Clutch, Transmission, and Transfer cases bolted up, and good to go! did it in 3.5 hours too! frig did i pay for it though... pushed way too hard! thought i gave myself a hernia or something...
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How-To: 1994 Toyota 4Runner Rear Pinion Seal
Changing out the rear pinion seal is SUPER easy! Just be careful about
tightening up the nut again after. try to get it to what it was at before,
or just a hair (literally 1/10'th turn) more.
Thanks for Watching! I hope this helps someone!
94 4Runner: Engine Pull (06/23/11)
Got the engine out of the 4runner! the engine/transmission/transfer case
came out all as one unit. it was difficult, but we got it!
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94 4Runner: 5VZ-FE (3.4L) Fires Up For First Time! (08/21/11)
Well, I got all the wiring done, and installed the gas tank, only to have a
setback... But I got that dealt with, and turned the key, and she fired up!
took a bit though... It wouldnt have had a problem if i had my car started
to begin with... the 4runner just wasnt getting enough juice...
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Turbo Supra 4Runner
Crawling in Moab, UT April 2009.
I was having trouble because I didn't have the rear locker wired up. Of
course it doesn't help having wet tires. Unfortunately my baby had to be
sold in order to purchase my FZJ80. Filmed and edited by user russtuff.
1987 TOYOTA 4RUNNER
260HP 7M-GTE Toyota Supra turbo motor
with 90,000 miles, (stock 22RE motor is 105HP), CT26 turbo w/upgraded 60-1 compressor wheel, Supra fuel
pump, GReddy adjustable blow off valve, 3" Monster Performance downpipe
with full 3 motor back Exhaust, solid
axle swap using a Toyota 8" axle and Marlin Crawlers front spring hanger,
Marlin Crawler 1.5 front wheel spacers, 4" All-Pro Off-Road extra length
front springs, 4" Alcan extra length rear springs, total lift equals about
8" with a Utah legal frame height of 26", R151F turbo transmission with 4.31 first gear ratio, 23
spline turbo transfer case with Marlin
4.7 gears installed, crawl ratio equals 99:1, (stock crawl ratio = 37:1),
Longfields, locked front and rear using Toyota's electric locker in the
rear from a 2000 4Runner and a Powertrax Lock-Right in the front, 4.88
cryogenically treated Yukon gears by Bobby Long, All-Pro Off-Road High
Steer, 35x12.50 BFG A/Ts on 15x8 black crawler wheels, custom front and
rear prerunner tube bumpers, Trail Gear rock sliders, Trail Gear 12"
balanced long spline front driveshaft, Sweeney built shock hoops, upgraded
to Land Cruiser vented rotors, Optima red top battery, upgraded 3 core
radiator, Pioneer deck with Alpine amplifier and 12" sub, Cobra CB radio,
Kenwood ham radio, factory clinometer/altimeter, rare door panel option,
power windows, door locks, and side mirrors.
2004 Toyota 4Runner Driveline Service -EricTheCarGuy
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Transmission service video Part 1:
Transmission service video Part 2:
Cabin air filter replacement video:
I know this material might seem straightforward but I've tried to
incorporate as much detail as possible so that you could watch this video
and service the driveline of your Toyota 4WD truck. I cover the
composites, the fluid types, and the procedures for servicing the front
differential, transfer case, rear differential, AND the drive axles.
Regular service can extend the life of your vehicle a great deal so don't
overlook it'. Performing this service yourself can save you a LOT of
money, with a little time and effort you can do this yourself. Just allow
yourself plenty of time to complete the job and make sure you have the
proper tools on hand.
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Lifted Toyota 3rd Gen 4Runner with Train horns and On board Air
-4 inch OME Old Man Emu suspension lift and 1 inch TOYtec Body lift.
-TOYtec steering bushing kit
Airlift Spring airbags
-Hornblasters 2 gal Viar 280c compressor and shocker horns
- air tools
-33 inch continental street radials
-clear head lamps
-BI-Xenon 6000 HID Kit
-Stage 2 Clutch
-10" JL sub sony head unit MTX amp
PLEASE COMMENT WITH IDEAS. I LOVE THE TRUCK AND IT HAS BEEN GREAT TO ME!
Improvising a Transmission Jack from a Normal Jack and some wood
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Improvising a transmission jack based on the work by photographermatt,
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Installation of the Derale Combination Transmission and Engine Oil Cooler on a 2012 Toyota 4Runner
Today on our 20174 Toyota 4Runner, we'll be installing the Derale
Combination Cooler. Part number D15902. Now, to begin out install,
we'll first go ahead and open up the hood. We've got remove the top
fascia cover that will go between the fascia and core support. This says
multiple push pin fasteners will need to be removed. To remove these push
pin fasteners, we'll simply pry up on the center of the fastener and
then remove it completely. Next, we'll start removing the multiple
fasteners to undo the front fascia. They'll be fasteners that secure
the top of the fascia inside the wheel well and underneath. Once we remove
all these fasteners which will be bolts and push pin fasteners, we'll
then go ahead and pull out on the wheel well to release the fascia from the
fasteners underneath, slightly pull back on the fascia enough that we can
reach inside and release the manufacturer's electrical wiring that runs
to the fascia. We'll remove the fasteners to secure the lower rock
guard. Once we removed the fasteners, we'll swing the rock guard down
and remove it from the vehicle.
Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.