1993 Toyota 4Runner w/3.4L 5VZ conversion project

Price: US $2.25 Item location: Grand Junction, Colorado, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Toyota
  • Model: 4Runner
  • Type: SUV
  • Trim: SR5
  • Year: 1993
  • Mileage: 304,757
  • VIN: JT3VN39W9P0113895
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 5VZ/3.4 L
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player, Sunroof
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1993 Toyota 4Runner

I purchased this vehicle several years ago and almost completed a conversion the PO has started. The PO had a Toyota dealer complete the belt and water pump service at 100,000 miles and the vehicle has been driven around 10,000 miles since. I had previously completed two such conversions, o I purchased it, ade a plug-n-play conversion harness, and fabricated the crossover exhaust manifold. The plan was to get my daughter into a vehicle as cheaply as possible with the intention of completing the remaining work as her money and my time allowed. I strivedthroughout theconversion to make the under hood area look as close to stock as possible.

The vehicle has impressive power, hifts smoothly, nd drives nicely at freeway speeds. The vehicle has a nice suspension lift. There is no body rust and the interior is very good except for the steering wheel and driver's seat.
I never completed the A/C hookup but have all the parts including the 3.0 amplifier. I also never finished wiring the cruise control or 4WD. I have had only two codes since inception- PO1135 due to an AutoZone O2 sensor 1, nd PO 141- due to never installed O2 sensor 2 as the exhaust behind the catalytic converter remains temporary in nature with flex-type exhaust pipe.
The vehicle recently started exhibiting a long crank, low start condition but starts every time. A new battery did not solve the problem and a reputable firm diagnosed the vehicle and advised replacing the ECU. I decidedto notspend any more on the vehicle, ut sell it, nd move on.
Buy the vehicle, inish the creature comforts, r just hook up the 4WD and wheel it. Or consider the reserve price is what the excellent motor, arness, CU, rossover exhaust, nd misc. parts areworth for your use in another vehicle. If I could find a next gen. 4Runner with a bad motor to buy, would consider putting this motor into it.

The tires shown are not included. Four matching 33/12.50-15 tires with ½ thread on white wagon wheels will however be included.
Clear title in hand in western Colorado.