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4 Dr SR5 4WD SUV
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4.55 stars

Based on 12 reviews

Hardy Assult Vehicle by Eric
 — A fantastic car to own and drive. At almost 160,000 miles the biggest problem is a rust, which is not bad considering it is a daily driver in Saltyroads, USA. Seemly a head gasket is broken, and it ... Read More
Toyota 4 Runner by Todd
 — What more can I say the rig has 267k on it and still runs likee a champ. A little under powered and the design of the stereo and cup holder placement on the dash could be switched but other than that ... Read More
Toyota 4 Runner by Chris
 — they are awesome. not too big and definitelt not too small. have taken it many places. the only let down is the independent front suspesion, but it is great for on the road. off the road it could use ... Read More

1993 Toyota 4Runner Overview

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1993 Toyota 4Runner

The 1993 Toyota 4Runner continued to have many of the same qualities of other 2nd-generation 4Runners: very dependable, very reliable, poor gas mileage. However, it was the first year that the 2-door model was not available, as sales for the 4-door greatly overshadowed those of the smaller model.

The standard engine remained a 2.4-liter I4, with the step-up being a 3.0-liter V6. Both engines were available as all wheel drive, which now featured Toyota's 4WDemand shift-on-the-fly transmission.

Despite the advanced engines, reviewers continued to complain about a lack of power, while almost uniformly praising the remaining aspects of the SUV.

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Toyota 4Runner Questions

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Ok Did More Digging And I Have No Spark

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So Now My 93 Toyota Wont Start After It Started Yesterday And Now Im Thin...

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Will A 4runner Have A Misfire Do To The O2 Sensor Onluy Having One Bolt In ...

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Was Driving Up A Hill On My Way Home And Noticed My Truck Wasn't Accelerati...

Started car and drove about 100 yes till it died again. If I kept foot on gas it was fine, but once I slowed down it died. Replaced alternator and battery recently, as well as belts and water pump. ...

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1993 4runner Got Very Hot ,motor Will Turn Over But Won't Fire. I Was Told ...

Like I said motor got very hot to where it died.After cool down motor seems to turn over fast but does not fire!! Iwill need to get it started to check for blown head gaskets right?? What is the sign...

196 views with 2 answers (last answer about a year ago)