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Average User Score
4.8 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 14 reviews
1994 Toyota 4Runner Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 14 reviews
The 1994 Toyota 4Runner was the first of its kind with four-wheel anti-lock brakes, though these were only available on the 3.0-liter V6. Those with the standard engine-the 2.4-liter I4-would have to make do with the rear-wheels-only system that had been standard since the 4Runner's entry into the market in 1986.
The 4Runner can be dressed up or down depending on the options selected, such as available leather seats and stereo options. Still a great SUV for off-roading, the truck is good on city roads as well (as long as you don't mind paying for the gas to make it go).
Problems cited by reviewers include wheel alignment, uncomfortable seating in the rear seat, and poor gas mileage. Otherwise, users rave about the dependability of this SUV.
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Toyota 4Runner Questions
I Am Trying To Locate & Identify The Coolant Temperature Sensor In 1994 4ru...
I am trying to locate & identify the coolant temperature sensor on my 1994 Toyota 4runner 6cyl 3.o engine. There are 2 sensors on the firewall in the middle closer to passenger side and I pulled one o...
How To Get Water Out Of My Toyota 4runner 3.0
So the other night I sunk my 1994 Toyota 4Runner st5 3.0 in a nice size water hole. The whole passenger side was under water. I got it pulled out it fired right up And it ran for about 3 minutes t...
Fuel Lines Bursting On "94 4runner
I have a "94 4Runner that I bought used, and for some reason the previous owner had removed the fuel return line and clamped it off at the engine. I can't find a replacement part and was wondering if ...
3.0l V6 Engine Performance
is there any thing i can add or do to my 3.0L efi V6 engine in my 94 4runner to make it faster?
The Motor Was Recently Rebuilt And Has Been Sitting For Five Years In The T...
Should I just take the fuel rails and injectors and soak them in something? And why am I not getting gas to the top?