First thought. NOT GOOD!!
Secont thought. WHere is the growl? If from the engine then get it to a shop ASAP. But check around. Could be the alternator lost a bearing. Or the Power Steering pump is out of fluid. or the fan is rubbing on something. Next check the Transmission Fluid level.
But find the source!! But you also say it happens when in gear. Manual or auto transmission? If manual does it happen when you put the clutch in and then go away? Could be the throw out bearing.
Is it only when in gear? Then it could be the gear box has lost its seal and thus lost its gear oil. You will need to go under car and check these. Get a manual because they will show pics of the actual fill holes to check for your model.
Automatic transmission making the sound. Check fluid of course but after that you will need to take it to a repair shop. Your torque converter could be bad or the internal pump. If its growling that usually is something rubbing. Thus metal pieces are everywhere inside and it requires a full flushing and replacement of parts. Yep very spendy. I suggest at that point you locate another transmission and just replace it.
maybe the clutch
While consumption does depend on the driver's habbits, the average Tacoma will get 17 to 19 miles per gallon in the city while 21 to 23 on the highway. It's tank holds up to 21 gallons.
Brake light switch is defective or needs adjustment.
Vicious growling while baring the teeth.
Shocks need replacing. As this is a 2004, it is still under warranty. Return it to the dealer fro repair. If you are talking about a firm ride, then this is normal for a Tacoma 4x4.
They are most likely growling
Oh my Gosh how vague can you be? Gas cap evap hose O2 sensor fuel problem
Throttle Position Sensor. I changed mine and my truck doesn't stall anymore, and it does better on gas. That is if you know how to drive standard and are not just stalling it yourself.
If it was grumpy or disturbed, while eating or sleeping.
Also, the Toyota Tacoma 4X4 SR5, without Keys, parked, no one in it?
Page 425 owners manual.set trip meter to A,turn off ignition,while holding trip meter turn on ignition,wait for 00000 on trip meter, done.
Most likely a bad hub. Try turning the steering wheel right or left and see if the sound changes or goes away while turning. If it goe away or significantly changes when you turn left it is probably the right hub and vice versa when you turn the other way. If you hear a popping sound when turning it is the constant velocity joint.
all u have to do is hold down odameter and turn key all the way but dnt turn on and hold button down while u do this until light shuts off
The tranny is probably ****** so it wants to shift while its on P or park so I suggest get a new transmission
People groan when they are disturbed, it would be the same for a puppy. It is important for your pup to get it's sleep.
dancing by a guy/boy, braiding your hair while smiling and leaning on a wall,and growling and trying to kiss that one boy
you can block them and feed them in another bowl or move them some where else i have that problem too
Depends on what type of vehicle you're looking for, offroad or on-road. I know more about offroad vehicles so I can say I would recommend the Jeep Wrangler, Ford F-150, Toyota Landcruiser, Toyota 4Runner, Toyota Tacoma, and the Toyota Hilux. If you're looking for a car to use offroad I suggest you find one that is 4x4, that means it will allow you to choose between 4x2, 4x4, and 4 Lo for ultimate traction and control while offroad.
My 2001 Toyota camery cut off while driving want crank sound like spining but not fire or out of gas batteys good alltenater good fuses a good can you help me the car is at 150,000 miles
Please note that I have 1995 Toyota Tacome LX (V6 3.4L) Automatic Ext. Cab
I have an 07...I believe it's the same on most models. Make sure your odometer is not a a "trip" setting, then while holding down the odometer reset button turn on the ignition key. The light should go off.
The I in while has a long I sound, as in white and smile. The E is silent.
The college mascot for Morehouse College is the Maroon Tiger. The mascot's image appears to be growling, while baring its teeth.