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You recently changed the engine air filter and now, the Check Engine light is on and the LS D light flashing. When you opened the filter housing, you inadvertently disconnected a small hose that is connected to the housing. (See photo) This will result in the lights mentioned coming on. Simply reconnect the hose (it can be simply pushed in) and the engine will perform normally. The Check Engine light will still be on though. The error code will need to be cleared using a dongle that connects to the OBD ll connector under the driver side dashboard and an a smartphone app that connects to the dongle through Bluetooth.
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2011 Toyota RAV4 | Answered Yesterday


In general, drive belt noises can be isolated by removing all the belts, and then check all the ancillary drives individually. I presume you have done this and found a noisy timing belt tensioner. Using a stethoscope while the engine is running can also determine which bearing is noisy.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered Yesterday


There's a website reliable-store.com that has all this information about all this and manuals everything totally free there are many actually but I personally like few .. let me know if u need help
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Toyota Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


Gauge fuse 10A in left kick panel power the control coil of the blower relay
Alt 80A fuse in the underhood fuse box powers the contacts of the "heater" relay
Once the heater relay contacts close, power flows to the "heater fuse" 40A in the underhood fuse box.
From that fuse, power goes directly to the the blower motor.

So check all three fuses AND the relay

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


Should be fairly easy. Remove the door panel. May be 4 screws or more hidden. And some clips that you will need a pry bar to pull the panel off. My chevy truck just lifts up. Super easy. So tug and pull and see what you find then once the panel is off you can get to the handle. So handles have screws or clips holding them on. Some you dont even need to remove the door panels. Their is a rod on the back that will need to be popped off. And remove the handle. Replace and reinstall parts as removed

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


Toyotas do not have a tire pressure reset button. If you have the correct pressure in your tires and the light is still on, one or more of your TPMs is most likely malfunctioning

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


A p0420 sets after Engine and catalyst are warmed up, vehicle driven within set vehicle engine speed range and waveforms of heated O2 sensors bank 1 sensor 1 and bank 1 sensor 2 have the same amplitude.
Catalytic convertor and O2 sensors need to be tested

2005 Toyota... | Answered 2 days ago


You will probably need to strip the door card off to get access to the mechanical parts inside the door. It is a fiddly, pain in the backside job that will skin your knuckles but it's the only way to remove and replace both door release handles and the connectors without resorting to the extreme of replacing the entire door. This is a labour intensive so a mechanic will charge you for a few hours to do this.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago


no year?, wow. now chassic class number or tonnage rating,..,.
try googling yet>?
a diesel right?
SO5D
that is a wrong name for this engine.
here is what to do .
find out the real name of engine., 5 cylinders, why not at least post that>>
see the wiki, see all diesels, ;pick one
then google like this.
eg: 1HD-T
So...
Google
omg,the first google hit. am i lucky?:

http://www.kiwicylinderheads.com/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=IPlzZnYCg78%3D

just and example.
learn the correct name of your engine off the wiki first

Toyota Cars &... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019


O one can help if we don't have. All information motor size would be a great start

Toyota Cars &... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019


https://www.engine-specs.net/toyota/1nz-fe.html

Head tightening procedure and torque specs:
  • Step 1: 29 Nm; 3.0 kg·m; 22 ft·lb
  • Step 2: Turn all bolts 90°
  • Step 3: Turn all bolts another 90°

Toyota Cars &... | Answered on Oct 09, 2019

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