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Vitz 2005 ABS light and Speedo
as a toyota technician, its probably the wrong fitted of the ring, once you replace the bearing they will removed the ring and in that ring there is a small hole that the sensor goes in. speedometer will not work not work if there is a malfunction in abs and it is speedometer,brake warning light are integrated with abs ecu.
on Dec 17, 2019
Am2 keeps blowing 92 toyota 2.2
I'm going to forward a good Youtube video that I think may help. There are common problems with these cars when they get old or have been repaired incorrectly. A short in the wiring harness at the left rear corner of the engine is common. Look just below the valve cover ( rear corner closest to the transmission). Also the Condenser (located on the drivers side as well). Next to the valve cover, transmission side. TEST: Unplug it and replace the fuse. If it doesn't blow then the condenser is bad. Lastly is Fuel pump relay, wiring to the fuel pump or fuel injectors. I don't know your skill level so please let me know if you need anything else or how you would like to proceed.
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on Dec 14, 2019
I have a 1998 Toyota Sienna and the Ignition wont turn, EDIT: the steering wheel we were able to lock it.... ??? help please ;)
Your minivan may need a new ignition lock cylinder. Before going too far. Do you have more than one key? If the key/s don't work try spraying WD-40 or a similar penetrating oil into the key cylinder. Toyota uses Half Tumblers which can hang up when they get old or worn. This works most of the time and is worth trying. Be patient, this will take some time to work the fluid into the tumblers. After spraying into the cylinder take the ignition key and slide it in and out of the cylinder normal and listen for clicking. At first you may hear nothing. If that is the case then the tumblers are stuck. Continue to move the key in and out at normal speed 12 times and try to turn the key to RUN. If the key still doesn't work. Remove the key and spray more fluid. Like I said, Patients. You may need to repeat this procedure six or more times. At some point you should hear the tumbles clicking. Side note: Try no to go too crazy with the oil. If you put too much oil into lock cylinder it may leak out behind the dash and leak onto your carpet. Also when you remove the key it should be covered with a black oily film. This is normal and temporary. It is from years of use and is combination of old aluminum and metal dust. Place an old Tee shirt, towel or rags down onto the floor to protect the carpet and have a towel, napkin or rag available to wipe the key off as needed. Any questions please feel free to write back. Good luck.
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on Dec 13, 2019
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