2004 Toyota Wish
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Toyota Wish Problems
Front right hand suspension vibrating at 40k/hr
2003, Front suspension on the right hand side
vibrating at 40 kilometers per hour despite
2012, No drive... cvt transmissionI had the
transmission opened twice and replaced clutches
Speedometer not showing true speed
2013, Hi Since I bought my Wish, the
speedometer shows 10km/h faster that my actual
|Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:||1800 cm3|
|Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:||Automatic|
|Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:||FF|
|Price (out of date):||$24000|
2004 Toyota Wish specs, Engine size 1.8, Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FF, Transmission Gearbox Automatic
Used Toyota Wish
Apart from Japan, the Wish is also assembled in Thailand (for Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore only) and Taiwan (for Taiwan only).
The Wish was developed under code name "760N" by the team, lead by Chief engineer named Takeshi Yoshida and was introduced to the public for the first time at Tokyo Motor Show in October 2002 (Commercial vehicles & welcab show) and then launched in Japan in January,20th 2003, under a massive publicity campaign with Japanese singer Hikaru Utada. The TV commercial features her song Colors, which coincides with the launch of her new CD-single. The car was marketed under the "Wish Comes True" slogan.
Codenamed ZNE10G (FWD) and ZNE14G (4WD), it uses a 1.8 L 1ZZ-FE engine, producing (JIS) 132 PS and 170N·m (125lb·ft). It is only available with four-speed automatic. A 2.0 L version (codenamed ANE11W for the six-seater version and ANE10G for the seven-seater version) was launched in April 2003. Equipped with the 1AZ-FSE direct-injection engine, it has (JIS) 155PS (114kW) and 192N·m (142ft·lbf). Variants with the 2.0 D-4 engine are only available with a CVT gearbox.
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