What year? 1998
5 quarts with oil/filter change.
3.8 quarts maximum.
Back in 1991 I THINK that they still used a mechanical cable from the transmission to the speedometer. Only later did they change to electronic readout, but I'm not sure what year. It sounds like the speedo cable needs to be lubricated, possibly replaced.
5 quarts for a 1999 Toyota Tacoma 4 cylinder.
65000 - 75000 miles
The Mazda tachometer and the speedometer have separate cables. The tachometer cable probably does not work properly. Change the tachometer cable.
4 cylinder has a belt. You should change it around 90K.
i read seven hours
Expect to pay $1,000 at a Toyota Dealer and far less at an independent shop.
5 quarts with filter change.
2.7 engine does not have a belt it has a chain.
yes every 90.000 miles
Some sludge issues with this engine. Change the oil regularly.
Never. Its a chain on the 2003...not a belt. I'm not aware of a specific interval for the metal chain
Depends on which 4 cylinder. The 2.4 L holds 4.5 quarts with filter change. The 2.7 L holds 5 quarts with filter change.
2002 4 cyl and newer have a timing chain and not a belt and will not need to be changed
6 quarts U.S. with filter change
5 quarts on the 4 cylinder and 5.5 on the V6 with oil/filter change.
5.7 quarts with filter change.
The 2.4 liter four cylinder engine in a 2004 Toyota Camry has a timing CHAIN so there is no timing belt to change as a maintenance item
I have a 99 Toyota RAV4 and my ASA certified mechanic told me to change it every 100,000 miles.
no u will have to change the motor mounts
When the computer throws the code that you need to change the sensor.
For the 6 cylinder engine - factory recommendation is 90,000 miles.