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Old 06-10-2013, 02:30 PM   #1
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Tacoma 100,000 mile maintenance?

I have a 2004 4x4 V6 SR5 extended cab that I bought with 21,000 mile on the clock. I have done nothing but change the oil with Mobile one. It's getting ready to turn 100k on the odometer and I was wondering what maintenance I should focus on to get another trouble free 100k out of it.

I know I need to change the timing belt and water pump. What else?

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Here are a bunch of threads you can look though for tons of info

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Check the Serpentine belts/ Pulley's
CHange Spark plugs
CHange front/transfer case/Rear DIff oil
CHange Radiator fluid
Change Power steering fluid
Check /grease U joints
check your Braking system, maybe FLush it out.
Change Brake Pads front and rear.
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Whoa, that is a lot of info. Where should I buy a timing belt kit? I know there are a ton on line when you google it. Just wondered how comprehensive of a kit I should get.
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I've got an I4 but I think you are over due for a timing belt.
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Whoa, that is a lot of info. Where should I buy a timing belt kit? I know there are a ton on line when you google it. Just wondered how comprehensive of a kit I should get.
Just go to your local auto Parts store or toyota they would be able to find the correct timing belt.

100k for vehicle is pretty critical time in the vehicle history i would do a full inspection of your vehicle so it is in tip top shape.

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Get in your truck, start it up, drive to the stealership, trade in for a new one! Maintenance done!

Just kidding! I would check just about everything!
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Get in your truck, start it up, drive to the stealership, trade in for a new one! Maintenance done!

Just kidding! I would check just about everything!
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Get in your truck, start it up, drive to the stealership, trade in for a new one! Maintenance done!

Just kidding! I would check just about everything!
Yeah, I know people who trade in there trucks every 4 or 5 years and get a new one. I'm not into having the perpetual truck payment...A new truck would be nice but I like the 1st gens better
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Nope, just made it up a few years ago and went with it...

So should I buy this timing belt kit?
http://www.amazon.com/Timing-Belt-To...=IH85N6O3S11H9


And should I buy this tune up kit?
http://www.amazon.com/Engine-Parts-T...I2ZODHN5SBUEOC
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you could do those kits.

and do these to

CHange front/transfer case/Rear DIff oil
CHange Radiator fluid
Change Power steering fluid
Check /grease U joints
check your Braking system, maybe FLush it out.
Change Brake Pads front and rear.
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you could do those kits.

and do these to

CHange front/transfer case/Rear DIff oil
CHange Radiator fluid
Change Power steering fluid
Check /grease U joints
check your Braking system, maybe FLush it out.
Change Brake Pads front and rear.
That sounds like a pretty comprehensive list and should keep me busy next weekend...Thanks for the intel. Anything else I might be missing?
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That sounds like a pretty comprehensive list and should keep me busy next weekend...Thanks for the intel. Anything else I might be missing?
you have Auto or MT transmission IF you have Auto i would take it to a shop have it flushed. If you have MT i would do drop and add.

Also might want to do injector clean from shop.
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you have Auto or MT transmission IF you have Auto i would take it to a shop have it flushed. If you have MT i would do drop and add.

Also might want to do injector clean from shop.
5 speed MT

What's drop and add?
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If i am not mistaking its not a timing belt but a timing chain if thats the case then you don't need to replace it.
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If i am not mistaking its not a timing belt but a timing chain if thats the case then you don't need to replace it.
No it's a belt...The timing chains came on the I4 2.7s
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