Toyota 4Runner manuals

Toyota 4Runner: Adjustment




(a) When moving the shift lever from P to R with the ignition switch to on (IG) and the brake pedal depressed, make sure that it moves smoothly and correctly into position.

(b) Check that the shift lever does not stop when moving the shift lever from R to P, and check that the shift lever does not stick when moving the shift lever from D to S.

(c) Start the engine and make sure that the vehicle moves forward after moving the shift lever from N to D and moves in reverse after moving the shift lever to R.

If the operation cannot be performed as specified, inspect the park/neutral position switch assembly and check the transmission floor shift assembly installation condition.


(a) Remove the rear console box (See page ).

(b) Move the shift lever to N.

(c) Slide the slider in the direction shown in the illustration and pull out the lock piece.

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Lock Piece

(d) Push the lock piece into the adjuster case and lock it.


Make sure that the lock piece is completely locked by the slider.

(e) Install the rear console box (See page ).

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