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Old 09-16-2021, 01:00 PM #46
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Amazing resources. Thanks so much!
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how many ďrepliesĒ do i need

trying to start make a post asking for help with potential wiring problem related to headlights and rear lights. says i havenít reached enough replies to be able to post. is there another way or place to ask my question?
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trying to start make a post asking for help with potential wiring problem related to headlights and rear lights. says i havenít reached enough replies to be able to post. is there another way or place to ask my question?
You need 10-15 comments in order to make your own posts. In order to build up to the 10-15 comments, you can help answer someone elses question in some of the recent threads that you know the answer, or comment on someone's build thread and compliment them on something you liked

You also may be able to search for a similar question that was already asked, and revitalize an older thread to build on the current information there.
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2009 SR5 4Runner Windshield Washer Replacement - Guidance Needed

I have a leaking washer fluid reservoir in my 09 4Runner. Can't find any video tutorials on how to replace... Curious if anyone has any links they can send me? I am about to order an original Toyota part for a replacement for about $80 but open to cheaper non-toyota alternatives if they are suitable. Welcome any thoughts and thank you in advance!
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I have a leaking washer fluid reservoir in my 09 4Runner. Can't find any video tutorials on how to replace... Curious if anyone has any links they can send me? I am about to order an original Toyota part for a replacement for about $80 but open to cheaper non-toyota alternatives if they are suitable. Welcome any thoughts and thank you in advance!
How/where is it leaking, does it have a hole in it or???
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I haven't gotten down into the engine compartment to see. I just see the fluid leaking onto the concrete. Figured the reservoir needed replacing?
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How/where is it leaking, does it have a hole in it or???
I haven't gotten down into the engine compartment to see. I just see it leaking onto the concrete and figured the reservoir needed replacing?
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I haven't gotten down into the engine compartment to see. I just see it leaking onto the concrete and figured the reservoir needed replacing?

You might check the tubing that carries the fluid for a loose connection at the reservoir before you replace the tank.
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Here is a basic write up for repair of the A.D.D actuator.

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You might check the tubing that carries the fluid for a loose connection at the reservoir before you replace the tank.
You definitely as mentioned need to check all the tubing for cracks, being loose also check where the little pump is connected to the reservoir, it could be the sealing washer before buying a new reservoir, you of course could have a cracked reservoir in which case you can try to seal the crack with silicone, or maybe even better some Flex Seal, after all they advertise it to stop leaks such as a crack, holes , etc.

If all the above fails to solve the issue, then I would first try and find a used reservoir at a salvage yard, which would be WAY cheaper than a new OEM from Toyota.
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Would some one please update the list of DIY drawer plans, is still listed as free, it is currently no longer available for free but for $40, a great value as it takes all the guessing out of DIY systems, just that the description of free is no longer so, thanks
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Hello everyone I just bought a 2008 Toyota 4Runner v8 with only 28k miles on it. Any recommendations on what I need to do to it? As far as maintenance. Bought from Toyota dealership so oil change done. Any help would be greatly appreciated since new to all this
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Wow thats low mileage! I'd just drive and enjoy it for now. I might recommend checking out the tires. At 28k, mileage-wise they could be the original tires and may appear to have life left, but age-wise they'd be trashed. You can check for a 4 digit date code on the side of the tire. For example a tire with date code 4616 would be manufactured on the 46th week of 2016. Generally, tires 6+ years old will be no good anymore, regardless of tread depth

I see you're in Chicago. I'm in the Peoria area, so kind of close by. There are a few Toyota FB groups for the area if you're into that. I was trying to get some 4runners together this summer to do something- wheeling, meetup, etc but still a work in progress
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