In my opinion it only better establishes Welshdragon79 as someone who 1 knows how to care for a vehicle and 2 knows how to value his invested hard work. I took the gauge apart and the pin in the odometer had come out. Go away, we are adults here. Well, I haven't done much to the 4Runner other than use it. Rust in the usually spots with only mild pitting. I'll buy some new ones and replace. Above the pan it is just filthy.
Now on to making new door panels. I put the brakes back together and adjusted the brakes so I could move the 4Runner. Why don't you go back to pirate with the other children who have nothing better to do than surf the net and flame people. As it is, you wasted my time. Rock Crawling isn't going to make one less of a difference on said vehicle and said vehicle usage. After the money had been transfered? I bet my pinion angle is off.
I was interested in purchasing, I looked into shipping, hashed it over with the wife, even called a few buddies in your area. I understand you do have a personal reason to be disgruntled as you took purchasing this rig seriously even to the point of discussing it with your wife , but whenever you buy something used from a private party you must assume the risks yourself. Now onto a new clutch and brake job. I think I can then move on the the giant laundry list of stuff to do to the Land Cruiser. The switch was filthy so I cleaned it with brake cleaner. I really don't want to hijack my own thread rebuting ignorant comments made by a guy who has been on the forum all of a couple hours and at this point has only seen fit to trash me.
It was a real rabbit hole experience, but what I have found is that there are two different senders. The pan bolts at the front are all wet. You were just sitting in front of the computer for hours on end anyway. Pulled from a storage locker, looks to have been sitting for quite a while. I then changed direction to see if I could fix the broken temp gauge.
Why don't you ask him instead of flaming him. If the seller chooses not to disclose what you consider to be an important fact, then it is your choice and your opportunity to seek details before you sign the pink slip. I posted that there were 70,000 miles on a rebuilt motor hence the 70,000 miles on a rebuild and not 50,000; difference 20,000. It is most pronounce when I let off the throttle. There was drama, while the oil pressure gauge now works, the temp gauge on this new module didn't register any temperature. If I'd know I would have made the time.
~subyguru~ Answered on Sep 21, 2012. Pulled from a storage locker, looks to have been sitting for quite a while. I also need to crank the t-bar a little to remove some of the stink bug. I would also check the wheel bearing play and the ball-joints at the top and bottom of the steering knuckles. Now that being said I'm not removing your comments, it's important to show what the facts really are. I will let him defend the salvage title part. It involves jumping a couple of connectors at a diagnostic box on the right engine fender well.
I don't mind a little stink bug. I have until the end of December so I can smog it. Manual is used and may show some signs of wear or have some stained pages, looks to have no missing pages. I've always thought the owner of a rig knows more about how it runs, works, and drives better than someone who hasn't ever seen it before. Seriously I haven't touched mine in over 10 years.
He has not sad anything is new, that is not new. If that still does not fix the problem, I would change out the Air Flow Sensor located on top of the air filter box , and the Fuel Sensor located where the air filter tube attaches to the intake manifold. You might also try some of the discounting dealers. Picked up 1 mpg too! I am starting to get some transmission noise in 3rd and 4th. Anyone happen to have that one? Yes, it is a salvaged title, I'm not gonna lie man, I didn't copy that to my other forum and I did'nt remember until you said something thanks btw, honestly appreciate that.
You may want to talk with him and ask about the quality of all the improvements and repairs made since he took ownership. I'm pretty sure it was a pretext stop as I had a two week beard and was dressed like a hobo and looked pretty sketchy. I guess I didn't fully seat it when I had it apart to correct the odometer and it now works again. Frankly I have a horrible memory and would not have remembered all of what was done. I checked the door switch.
It looked like some of the problem was the low pressure hose at the pump. Due to time I'll have to farm this out. I get a drop of oil forming on the hard coolant pipe under the exhaust manifold. Putting shims in will be a lot easier than swapping in a new transmission. At least I'm legal now.