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Toyota 4Runner repairs by problem area

Engine (24%)

Transmission and Drivetrain (14%)

Brakes and Traction Control (13%)

Suspension and Steering (15%)

Electrical and Air Conditioning (20%)

Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim (8%)

Other (6%)

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Toyota 4Runner transmission repair cost distribution

$2500+ (2%)

$1000 - $2499 (16%)

$500 - $999 (25%)

$100 - $499 (31%)

< $100 (27%)

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Chart based on 191 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.

2017 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic 4WD, part-time w/low range

12800 mi Noticed a grinding noise, took to the dealer. They noted that there is a TSB regarding this noise. Ultimately, they had to replace the entire right front axle. 

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2015 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic 4WD w/low range

20460 mi

C $350
Shift Lever was sticking, jamming. Wouldn't easily shift into drive 
9000 mi Dealer noticed a tear in the inner drivers CV boot. Replaced both boots under warranty. 
14600 mi Dealer noticed fluid leaking from a transfer case seal. Dealer replaced the seal under warranty. 

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2014 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic 4WD w/low range

22320 mi 4WD was sticking in extreme cold. Cannot take vehicle out of 4WD when really cold. 

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2013 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic 4WD, part-time w/low range

40000 mi

US $27
Transmission started acting up - hill hold not working properly with slip indicator flashing, going from reverse to drive while parking or pulling out of driveway would occasionally stick in neutral (engine rev with controls in drive). Defective transmission - replaced under warranty. 
9000 mi front CV boots ripped from unknown activity, requiring replacement. 
56000 mi Needle bearing in the front differential was replaced 

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2013 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic 4WD w/low range

60760 mi 4 wheel drive Accuator was leaking oil 

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2011 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic 4WD w/low range

91140 mi Shifter became stiff to shift into gear, and multiple lights began flashing on dash. It would clear itself for a while and come back. Dealer wanted 700 to change a transmission position sensor. I declined and the problem has dissapeared 

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2010 Toyota 4Runner

Engine not specified

7000 mi BAD TRANSMISSION LAG THAT THE DEALER ACKNOWLEDGED BUT COULD NOT FIX YET AS THERE IS NO TSB FOR IT YET. 

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2010 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic 4WD, part-time w/low range

87420 mi

C $600
Park/Neutral safety switch was replaced. The issue was noticed first 6 moths ago and was intermittent. Truck was fully drivable but I have decided to replace the switch to be on the safe side. 
22000 mi Drive shaft replaced (TSB) because it was knocking when braking or when taking off from a stop sign or light. Problem fixed. 
40400 mi At a full stop with breaks applied, occasionally the car would lurch. Toyota replaced the drive shaft and it has not occurred since. I believe there was a Toyota bulletin issued sometime prior to my incident. 
127000 mi

US $315
Driver-side CV boot torn - replaced CV axle 
13000 mi Noticed a thumping sound around 25 mph. Service could not duplicate problem on first visit. Took vehicle home and problem got worse. Drove tech and service manager and they heard the problem. Front differential replaced - problem is gone 
81800 mi Replaced rear differential 
68200 mi

C $500
Park Neutral safety switch faulty. Had a soft/mushy feeling when moving transmission lever, especially from Park to Drive. Would sometimes shift itself out of drive and into neutral, while driving. Known issue with this sensor. Small but expensive part to replace. 

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2010 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed shiftable automatic 4WD w/low range

78000 mi

US $1200
Leaking gasket in transfer case of 4 wheel drive unit. 
27900 mi Three warning lights were on, with one flashing. CAr had trouble going into and out of gear 
30380 mi Elecrtronically locking into 4 wheel drive on its own ... apparently problem with shift linkage and transmission ... repaired under warranty 

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2008 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

260-horsepower 4.7L V8 5-speed automatic AWD w/low range

60000 mi

US $750
Clunk noise when stopping and starting 
121000 mi

US $300
Replaced left front axle shaft 

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2008 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

236-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

89560 mi

C $700
both cv axcls were leaking. struts were bouncy. changed two front axcleside and all 4 shocks and struts. 
105500 mi

US $240
Replaced a leaking LR axle seal 
125800 mi

US $1400
replaced both front CV boots due to cracking 
172000 mi

US $3245
4 wheel drive high would not actuate while in motion and would not actuate into 4 low at all. Replaced the 4wd actuator motor on the transfer case and the actuator switch on the front differential. 4 high and 4 low will both actuate, but still will not engage properly while in motion. Still to diagnose this last issue which is probably related to the collision with the dump truck in 2016. Boots on front half shafts were blown on the inboard CV. Replaced the half shafts. 
105200 mi

US $589
Replace front driver axle 
106300 mi

US $628
replace other half of front axle 
131000 mi

US $967
with axle parts 
154000 mi

US $500
Front passenger side axle outer boot torn. Dealer replaced complete passenger side axle (claimed cheaper than just boot replacement). 
135000 mi Rumble strip vibration between 4th and 5th gear under light load. 
122500 mi

US $400
both rear axles were replaced 
124000 mi

US $300
Replace CV shafts 
127000 mi

US $650
Transmission hose leak 
151000 mi

US $400
Both front CV Axles were replaced because the shop said they showed wear and grease was leaking and would soon be dry and cause problems. 
90000 mi

US $600
drivers side front cv joint leaking grease. total replace 
136000 mi

US $156
There was a noise on turning to left or right. A bolt was missing. 
140000 mi

US $150
there was a leak. 

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2007 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

260-horsepower 4.7L V8 5-speed automatic AWD w/low range

132000 mi

US $725
cv axles 
89000 mi

US $760
seal in transfer case leaked 
120000 mi

US $740
Needed cv boots both sides. 
80000 mi

US $700
Replaced both front CV shafts 
24000 mi Drive train has a binding problem that is COMMON on this Sport V8 edition, 2007. It feels like a bump after you come to a complete stop. There is no fix and Toyota is aware of the problem and will not fix it! All they'll do is lube it. 
141000 mi

US $350
Transfer case front output seal leak. 
93000 mi

C $2136
rear axel shaft seal replaced. 
131000 mi

US $876
CV Boots leaking and were replaced. 
91000 mi

US $2400
CV axles replaced up front (left and right) as they were leaking 
29760 mi

C $600
Brakes, front axle. 
152000 mi

US $1550
Had front axles repaired 

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2007 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

236-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed automatic RWD

136400 mi

$700
Replaced rear differential assembly 

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2007 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

236-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

73000 mi

US $100
Had to free up 4wd/low range actuators. Lack of use under the previous ownership left them sticky and immovable. Fixed with electricity and logic; I applied 15v direct to the actuator motors via the computer control harness. I win... I rule. 
146000 mi

US $120
Truck produced a slight shudder before shifting out of over drive at slow speeds. Exchanged all trans fluid with factory fluid; no leaks detected; appears prior owner under-filled trans at recent drain and fill. Problem solved. 
179000 mi

US $100
Driver rear axel seal. Replaced axel seal for drained and filled the rear differential. 
137000 mi

US $110
Universal Joint had to be replaced. 
165000 mi

US $475
Replaced all four rubber boots on front axel including two CV boots, aligned front end. 
20000 mi Sound coming from front right suspension. Could not replicate. Owner thinks it might be a CV joint. 
136000 mi

US $900
Replace both front half shafts. Outers had torn, ran them until noisy and had replaced. Saved labor on front end work as system repairs overlap. 
33480 mi replaced rear differential due to leak that was not able to be sealed 
67240 mi

C $1050
Boot 
112000 mi

US $250
CV boot leaking, CV axle shaft replaced 
146320 mi

C $700
Front CV joint boots torn, gravel in joints. Replaced front axles. Detected during maintenance inspection (slight groaning noise prompted inspection). NB: This vehicle run about 30 percent on gravel roads - high wear. 
81000 mi

US $40
Drivers Inner boot was torn on smaller clamp side and leaking. Replaced inner and outer boot with Toyota parts. Very messy job but got it done. Pass. side is still fine but will need to be replaced at some point as the boot is dry rotted and slightly cracking. 
135000 mi

US $40
The rear wheel seal required replacement. The gear oil was replaced at the same time. 
101400 mi replace rear differential 

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2006 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

260-horsepower 4.7L V8 5-speed automatic RWD

101000 mi Rear differential noisy and going bad. 

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2006 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

260-horsepower 4.7L V8 5-speed automatic AWD w/low range

151000 mi

US $475
Overdrive gear has gone out 
133300 mi

C $450
Front right axle replaced due to failed cv boot 
127300 mi

US $50
CV boot ripped. Service plan offered to replace axel and CV boot. $50 deductible 
138000 mi

US $755
Right cv boot torn 
60000 mi Clunking was heard in drive train, required lubrication through onboard zerk fittings. 
113500 mi

US $68
passenger side cv axle boot was torn. Bought complete new cv axle and installed myself. 

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2006 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

236-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed automatic RWD

290000 mi

US $500
New brackets for drivetrain. 
185000 mi

US $650
Rear axel sagging 

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2006 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

236-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

99820 mi bypassed leaking cooler line under front skid plate. trans ran fine even though was down 2L! topped up & ran new copper line in place of steel 
113000 mi

US $1500
Heavy vibration in rear, pinion bearings and gears. Seal blew. Rear needed to be replaced. 
87200 mi

US $600
Driver and Passenger axles needed replace. 
143000 mi Inner CV boot ripped 
125000 mi

US $300
Boot had slight leak, cv joint still good so boots replaced only 
169000 mi

US $1350
3/4 CV boots leaking. Replaced both CV axles with OEM remanufactured axles 
115800 mi

US $60
Worn out passenger front cv boot. Replaced cv axle. 
160000 mi

US $100
Slipping, shuddering. Tech found shards of metal in transmission fluid 
180000 mi

US $180
Boot on axle ripped and exposed U-joint. Axle replaced. 
172000 mi

US $900
CV boot 
137000 mi

US $500
CV Joint boots completely torn open. Replaced both axles. 
103000 mi

US $400
Transmission cooling lines corroded, leaking. 
120000 mi

US $800
Replaced both front axles (torn CV boot) 

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2005 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

270-horsepower 4.7L V8 5-speed automatic AWD w/low range

74700 mi

US $100
Transmission vibrating (google 'rumble strip transmission issue') between 40 and 45 mph under light acceleration. Only happens if shifter in 'D,' never in '4'. Drained and refilled fluid 4x. Probably need to replace torque converter. 
79000 mi Symptoms gradually went away after the last transmission fluid drain and fill. I consider the problem solved as I have not had the symptom for several months now. 
129000 mi

US $235
Replaced front driver side drive linkage because CV boot was torn and leaking grease. 
112500 mi Binding driveshaft. 
155000 mi

US $500
Transmission hose blew. Replaced 3 hoses. 
169000 mi

US $400
CV boots were cracked. Never been replaced and were just old. A few other maintenance items such as fluids 
105100 mi

US $900
Right front axle boot was torn and axle needed to be replaced. 
109900 mi

US $600
Boot cover ripped - Replaced right axle 

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2005 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

245-horsepower 4.0L V6 5-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

101000 mi

US $500
Cv axles needed to be replaced. 
140000 mi

US $500
retaining clip for cv boot leaking on one side and missing on the other. 
116000 mi

US $150
Replaced driver side CV axle, and re-greased and replaced clamps on passenger side CV axle. 
146200 mi

US $225
Replaced CV boot on the driver's side 
181000 mi

US $1700
Replaced front right (passenger) axle due to ripped boot and bad bearings due to ripped boot. 
143000 mi

US $1000
vacuum switch failure - inability to shift from 2wd to 4wd stuck on 2wd- dealer charged $450 for diagnostics and another $550 for install of the new switch 
149000 mi

US $1500
right differential leaking replaced at same time water pump spark plugs 
158700 mi

US $150
Left axle had torn boot. Replaced entire left axle. 
126500 mi

US $800
front differential oil seal leak on driver's side 
129000 mi

US $245
right front differential oil seal was slowly weeping gear oil 
175800 mi Replaced bearings in rear end. 
180000 mi Rear end problem again. Replacing same rear end parts. 
92000 mi

US $3200
4wheel drive transfer gear 
102000 mi

US $3000
4wd actuator failed. Needed replacement. Finally fixed on third visit. 
78000 mi

US $260
Driver side front 1/2 axle replaced because grease boot leaking. 

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2004 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

245-horsepower 4.0L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

145980 mi

C $575
replaced cracked boots constant speed joints at front 
160360 mi

C $283
transmissiom piping replaced and maintenance 
139000 mi

US $100
Transfer case would not switch to 4lo. Shop got it working again - not sure how 
126000 mi

US $175
Major transmission leak, car would often not shift into first. 
165400 mi

US $650
CV replaced - front. 
111000 mi

US $600
Front CV joint was leaking grease from axle clamp (boot was not torn). CV joint replaced. 

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2004 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

235-horsepower 4.7L V8 5-speed automatic RWD

141000 mi

US $200
I initially reported this as an oil pan leak, but it turned out to be the rear seal on the transfer case. 
141500 mi

US $150
seal on torque converter leaked. did't replace, just did temp repair with silicone and new seal. Will require major work in future to replace damaged gear in T/C. Estimated cost will be $1500. 

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2004 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

235-horsepower 4.7L V8 5-speed automatic AWD w/low range

145300 mi

US $79
Inner boots throwing grease. Replaced clamps. 
149000 mi

US $1600
Replaced 2 front axles to repair leak from boots.  Replaced seal on transfer case to repair leak. 
82000 mi

US $10
CV Boot clamps broke causing grease to coat suspension components. Unsuccessful repair. 
178560 mi

C $2400
minor leak of rear axle (fill hole), 
161200 mi

US $600
Replaced both front axles 
84320 mi

C $60
Replaced clamp on front axle boot, was cracked, and boot was starting to spray grease on undercarriage. 
205200 mi

US $1250
Repaired leaky oil seal on transaxle. 
85000 mi

US $250
Replaced damaged CV joint, 
143220 mi

C $337
A technician noticed a leak coming from the right inner cv boot during an oil change. After inspecting it, a crack was found in the boot. I brought the vehicle back a few weeks later and the dealer replaced the part at my cost. 
250480 mi

C $774
Replaced left front c/v axle shaft. 

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2003 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

245-horsepower 4.0L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

150040 mi

C $300
front passenger side CV joint leaked, bought a remanufactured CV joint and had it installed by mechanic. 
124000 mi

US $500
cv boot tear 
126480 mi

C $200
replaced transmission cooler lines.rusted out and leaking 
70000 mi

US $2100
Broke the rear differential pinion gear. My 4runner is heavily modified for 4wheeling and runs on oversized tires, so failure was not a big surprise. Gave me the opportunity to upgrade gearing to 4.88 
85000 mi

US $400
4wd actuator on front differential failed. Dealer diagnosed problem, owner bought part and did the labor. 
88598 mi

C $80
only diagnose was done, no repair attempted. only diagnose was done, no repair attempted. 
88660 mi

C $2300
Transmission failed and a full rebuild has to be done. Transmission failed and a full rebuild has to be done. 

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2003 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

235-horsepower 4.7L V8 5-speed automatic AWD w/low range

146700 mi

US $238
CV Boot on Driver's side was ripped, and it is as much for labor to change out the whole half shaft, so it is the proper way to do it. 
154000 mi

US $240
Replaced Passenger Front Half Shaft 
65000 mi

US $400
Differential seal replacement 
154000 mi

US $189
cracked CV boot replaced 
215000 mi

US $500
Replaced CV joint with CVJ 
167000 mi

US $460
Boots on both front axles were shot. I had both axles replaced 
119000 mi

US $260
Left CV boot leaking grease. 

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2002 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

183-horsepower 3.4L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

175000 mi

US $2400
Both transfer case actuators as well as the differential lock were replaced. The truck wouldn't shift out of 4WD until I had it repaired. 
156000 mi

US $301
Replaced driver front axle. 

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2001 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

183-horsepower 3.4L V6 4-speed automatic RWD

170000 mi

US $1400
U joints replaced 
170000 mi

US $580
Rear differential needs replacement 
201000 mi

US $454
Vibration from rearend at 60mph+. Suspected either u-joints or pinion bearing. Local shop replaced both drive shaft ujoints but didnt not balance, slight improvement but only by 50%. Suspect shaft needs balancing. Pinion seems to be OK 
204200 mi

US $177
Vibration in driveline determined to be worn u-joints and drive shaft in need of rebalancing at high speed by a driveline shop. Important to take this kind of repair to an experienced mechanic since balancing takes time to get it right. 
132000 mi

US $1000
Driveshaft replaced 

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2001 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

183-horsepower 3.4L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

162000 mi

US $1500
Replaced right rear axle, complete rear brake job 
118272 mi

US $286
Rear axle seal and bearing 
128340 mi

C $100
Lubricate universal joints on drive shaft 

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2000 Toyota 4Runner

Engine not specified

167000 mi

US $1800
Bought used, had trusted mechanic due maintenance work including belts (timing and others). They found a torn boot on a rear drive shaft that required repair. 
135000 mi

US $1800
The rear axle housing has severe corrosion issues and has rusted through. The axle fluid is leaking out. The axle has been replaced with another used axle. 

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2000 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

183-horsepower 3.4L V6 5-speed manual 4WD, part-time w/low range

127000 mi

US $75
Lube squeaky clutch 
136000 mi

US $70
Clutch master/slave cylinders 

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2000 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

183-horsepower 3.4L V6 4-speed automatic RWD

194600 mi

US $360
replace drive shaft u-joints 

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2000 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

183-horsepower 3.4L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD, part-time w/low range

216200 mi

US $970
Rear differential pinion bearing worn and noisy. Rebuilt rear diff including both pinion bearings and both side bearings. Removed & installed diff assembly myself but had diff rebuilt by shop. Left rear axle seal leaking gear oil on brakes. Replaced rear axle seals and axle bearings on both sides. Removed and installed axles/seals myself and had shop press bearings off & back on. 
248000 mi

US $15
Trans fluid line from Trans to Radiator rusted out and was leaking. Cut out rusted section and replaced with flexible line. 
194800 mi

US $1300
Drive shaft was loose and needed to be replaced.  
245000 mi

US $423
Axle seal on right side leaking. Replaced. 
245500 mi Same axle seal as initially replaced failed on a long trip to Texas, and I had to refill it in the parking lot of an auto parts store.. Differential got warm. Had to drive it home for warranty work. Was repaired at no cost to me. 
252400 mi Same axle seal failed a third time. 
277000 mi Also failed annual safety inspection. They found a leak in my rear axle. The ball bearing was leaking on one side and brake was covered in grease. Both sides were bad.  
279000 mi While SUV on the lift they looked at the leaking axle and noticed it was just clogged up. They unclogged it. Next choice is to spend $100 to attempt to clean out my catalytic converter or spend another $500 and get a new sensor and try to pass that way. 
190000 mi Horrible clunk noise when accelerating after a stop, felt like being rear ended at about 20mph 
156000 mi

US $2250
Transmission failure 

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2000 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV

183-horsepower 3.4L V6 4-speed automatic 4WD w/low range

77500 mi

C $520
transfer case was leaking, replaced transfer case 
149000 mi

US $550
Replaced both front axles. 
73000 mi

US $100
Small leak, tranny pan tightened. 

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1999 Toyota 4Runner

Engine not specified

266000 mi

US $75
Replaced CV axle boots on both front axles. 
256000 mi

US $800
rear axle seals 
158700 mi

US $1000
I just bought this truck which looked good on the dealer lot but was neglected on maint. I've replaced: both rear axle bearing/seals, 
164300 mi

US $50
Started to feel vibration from the drive line under acceleration and a slight clunk when shifting into gear. U-joints are fairly cheap so I decided to replace it myself. Had a machine shop press the new parts together. did the rest myself 

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1999 Toyota 4Runner 4-door

6-cylinder manual 4WD

178000 mi

US $150
Clutch would not disengage when depressed. Replaced clutch master and slave cylinders. Rear cover on rear axle housing rusted through and leaking gear oil. Replacment cost over $1500, cleaned off rust and patched with 2 part epoxy, no leaks yet. 

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1999 Toyota 4Runner 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 4WD

158000 mi Rear differential housing is rusting away. Dealer says replace total rear end. Big $$$ I made epoxy repair a year ago to stop small oil leak. Rusting problem is getting worse. In process of submitting complaint to consumer advocacy group. 
194000 mi

US $4500
"Strawberry Milkshake" - The portion of the radiator that the tranny fluid runs thru ruptures, mixes with coolant, and cycles thru the tranny. Ruins tranny (and radiator.) New tranny. 
114000 mi

US $300
Both CV axles. 

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1999 Toyota 4Runner 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

199000 mi

US $1900
Drive shaft and universal joints replaced.  
236000 mi

US $770
rear axle fluid leaking into rear brake drums, brakes and axle fluid seals needed to be replaced 

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1998 Toyota 4Runner

Engine not specified

142000 mi

US $450
Rear axle seal failure. Both sides 
209000 mi

US $2400
Replaced transmision mount and gaskets. 

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1998 Toyota 4Runner 4-door

6-cylinder manual 4WD

172980 mi

C $2000
Transfer case needed to be replaced. Mechanic replaced it with a reconditioned unit from a 1999 4-Runner. 

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1998 Toyota 4Runner 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 4WD

271500 mi

US $9
Rear u joint bad 
162000 mi forward internal transmission pump creating high pitched noise when accellerating. 
162000 mi

US $99
Shop claims a pump in the front of the end of the transmission housing responsible for the noise. Decided to sell vehicle rather than spend $4,000 to replace. 
155000 mi

US $2200
rear differential was bad. Shop found a used one at a salvage yard, complete with both rear axles, so entire rear end was replaced 

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1998 Toyota 4Runner 4-door

4-cylinder manual 4WD

124000 mi

C $250
drivetrain leak requiring seal 

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1997 Toyota 4Runner

Engine not specified

135160 mi leaking tranny box 

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1997 Toyota 4Runner 4-door

6-cylinder manual 4WD

191000 mi

US $68
Replace rear axle oil seals & brake shoes (soaked with oil). 
150660 mi

C $300
Clutch master pump failed. 

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1997 Toyota 4Runner 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 4WD

287000 mi

US $800
both U joints replaced, Driveshaft bearing replaced, driveshaft rebuilt 
210000 mi Replaced Passenger Side Rear Axle Seal and Bearing 

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