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SOLD 2002 Tacoma 2.7 liter for sale $4000 SOLD

Discussion in '1st Gen Tacoma Marketplace' started by drshirk, Apr 5, 2012.

  1. drshirk

    drshirk [OP] Active Member

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    Hi all,
    I have a 2002 Tacoma 4cly. 2.7 liter. I bought this truck from my brother and I was planning on fixing it up but I just don't have time for it. I would like to sell it. This truck has 220,000 miles. There are things wrong with it. I am going to be as honest as I can be so here goes. I had the clutch replaced this past fall. It cost about $900 for the kit and labor. This past weekend when I let the clutch out and the truck was in neutral I could hear a noise. I am not a mechanic and don't know a thing about how a clutch works. I took it back to the shop where I had it repaired and the mechanic seems to think it could be a bearing of some sort in the transmission. The noise is very faint and most of the time I don't hear it at all. The truck is still there and I am picking it up this weekend. I will post more pics on Sunday. I will have him write down what he thinks the problem is and post it.

    Next the check engine light was on and I had the same mechanic install the "upstream" and "downstream" O2 sensors. He said one is in the front I think that is the upstream and one is in the back, I think that is the downstream. You guys probably know better than I do. He tells me this fixed the engine light coming on.

    Next the interior is pretty dirty and the drivers seat is ripped a little. Again I will post pics.

    Last the 4wd was not working. I had this fixed. He said it was the actuator and a relay that was the problem.Cost about $650 and the work was done a few weeks ago.

    There was an exhaust leak coming from the manifold and I had the manifold replaced. No more leak.

    This is a great project truck for someone who wants to buy it and fix it up.Mostly you will need to fix up the interior.The exterior is in pretty good shape. There is a dent near the drivers mirror that looks like could be pulled out pretty easily. I really enjoy driving the truck and it runs well. I have been driving it back and forth to work. I wish I had the time an money to put into it because it has a lot of potenital. If you are interested in buying it all I can say is you will need to fix it up if you want a "nice" truck. Or you can drive it as is. I am selling as is. If you want a nicer truck you will spend more money but if you want the truck to fix up this is a good one for just that. If interested send me an email to drshirk@gmail.com. If you are really interested after you email I will give you my phone number and we can discuss it. I will get more pics this weekend. Probably Sunday. The pictures I am posting right now where taken a while back.I live in Charlotte, NC area. You will have to pick it up if you purchase it.

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  2. ruler1

    ruler1 stump thumper

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    header, k&n intake, ome coils, springs and struts,diff drop, Urd simulator, dynomax exhaust, slotted roters, bpv relocater
    That is a killer deal. Glws
     
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    Snowman I have a problem for your solutionÂ…

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    Do you know what kind of wheels those are?
     
  5. drshirk

    drshirk [OP] Active Member

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    I am located just north (about 25 miles) of downtown Charlotte, NC
     
  6. drshirk

    drshirk [OP] Active Member

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    I am really not sure what kind of wheels they are they were on the truck when I bought it from my brother. I don't know alot about the tacomas or cars in general. By looking at how much these vehicles sell for in my area and taking into consideration the condition of the truck, I think this is a fair price. My biggest problem that I do not like is the condition of the interior. It is just dirty. The door panels and seats are not very clean. I have not tried to clean them and they would probably clean up a bit. I just don't have time to work on the truck. I will answer any questions as fast as I can and I will be honest with you. I just want to set the expectation that you will need to clean it up, but like I said the truck runs great and I enjoy driving it. It is a fun truck to drive. If anyone is interested email me at drshirk@gmail.com

    Thanks.
     
  7. blacksheff405

    blacksheff405 no one ever pays me in gum

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    man this would be an amazing rig especially with that price

    GLWS
     
  8. drshirk

    drshirk [OP] Active Member

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    I couldn't get more pics today. I went to the shop on Friday to pick the truck up but they were closed for Good Friday. I hope to pick it up on Tuesday evening. Then I will get more pictures.
     
  9. 07SpeedwaySport

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    I think I will take it! more pics please...you can text them if you want (EDIT-DELETE)
     
  10. drshirk

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    I am picking the truck up this evening from the shop. I just had the rear 02 sensor replaced as well. I will take more pics of the truck either this evening or most likely tomorrow when I get off work. I want to get my stuff out of it before I take pictures. Will that work for you? I will text you my phone number if you would like to call and talk about it feel free.

    Thanks,
     
  11. 97yota4wd

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    dam good deal.
     
  12. drshirk

    drshirk [OP] Active Member

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    Here are some more pics!!

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  13. drshirk

    drshirk [OP] Active Member

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    a few more pics

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  14. drshirk

    drshirk [OP] Active Member

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    and a few more...

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    Dang why does it have to be on the other side of the country! I really want this truck!
     
  16. 07SpeedwaySport

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    Looks okay to me. Let's make a deal.
     
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    wow this will go QUICK
     
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    bed light, bed outlet, fog lights anytime
    how is the frame, straight, rust? clean carfax? does the gas guage work or were you just on E ;)
     
  20. drshirk

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    Frame is good. Should have a clean carfax as far as I know. The gas gauge works. I was on empty.
     
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