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Hello, I wouldn't worry about that brake drum weight unless you're going to go over 100 mph on a regular basis you won't miss it. As for the differential if the only thing is that you're concerned about
Hello, I have a hard time believing that the fuel pump just went out, I've worked at Toyota dealers for over thirty years and I know how they sometimes try to cover up their mistakes, unless you have already
Hello, the first thing is always to check the transmission fluid, if this is a "saealed" transmission that has no dipstick, you'll need to follow the factory manual procedure to check it or consult a Toyota
The timing chains should last the life of the engine so I don't believe that to be the problem unless it wa replaced for some reason before you bought it and not installed correctly, the tensioner is controlled
Hello, check the timing belt.