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.
get IT test from toyota motors@Rs 1000/-.Tey will tell u any one or both rear sensors faulty.Get the sensor along with hub from bilalganj lahore@Rs 4000/ and get it changed from mechanic.Any problem contact me at email firstname.lastname@example.org
assuming your head lights are working otherwise. I would check your DRL relay circuit. check your fuses (ecu-b & ecu-ig) are for daytime running lights. then you'll have to do a bunch of voltages checks to make sure its not the harness or a connector which I can get for you. and if everything checks out only thing left is the relay assembly..
2007 its your drive belt,let the dealer inspect for wear or if its loose,they are not going to reproduce it they are just sending you air, but hold them accountable for the drive belt and just ask ,"hey is this belt okay and I am not going to breakdown".
1 Are you recharging yourself?
2 Have you removed any previously installed components like compressor, condenser etc
In the case you are replacing any of the components you should get the oil from the parts store or it usually comes with a new compressor. I think it is about 120 CC but in case you are just changing the compressor the rule of thumb is to drain the oil out of the old compressor in to a measurable container and replace with the same amount in the new compressor. attached is a chart if any of the components have been changed and how much oil might be needed.
I think you could use this manual method instead.. My nephew who
is a full time mechanic uses most of the times, and all mechanics look up to manuals. It's very easy he gets it from. www.reliable-store.com
If your keyless entry remote has never worked it either needs to be programmed to the vehicle or it is the incorrect remote part number for they vehicle. First step is to call your local dealership, ask for service, then verify your vehicle came equipped with the keyless entry option and verify the key fob part number. When calling the dealer have your vin# handy, they will need that. Once you have verified your vehicle has keyless entry option and you have the correct keyless entry remote part number then find a locksmith to program the remote to your vehicle. We suggest a locksmith because they are usually more affordable than the dealer and they come to you.
If your keyless entry remote has worked before and it just stopped working, here are a few tips to try to get it working again:
1) Change the battery
Batteries don't last forever, you'll be surprised how often it's just a dead battery! Search our YouTube channel on how to change a key fob battery for your specific year, make, and model!
2) Wipe the board
The board inside your remote can get a lot more filthy than you think! When the board is dirty it can prohibit the contact to the circuit board when you push down on the button. Simply wiping the circuit board off can make your key fob like new again!
3) Get it checked
Go to your local hardware store like AutoZone or Oreilly's. They usually have a RF frequency tester. This little gadget will let you know if your key fob is sending a signal. If it is, you may need to reprogram your key fob to your vehicle
4) The old car battery reset trick
I know this sounds absurd, but it works sometimes and is worth trying. If you exhausted all of the options above, disconnect both terminals on your car battery for 10 minutes. Then reconnect them and try your key fob. This has worked for many people and I have no idea why. If you do, please comment below to explain.
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The hit may have closed a body drain. If it did this then you would have rain water collecting until it spills over. Look in that area for a plugged or crushed drain hole. That may help. Otherwise you may have to take it to a body shop to have the dent pulled.
The ECM memory should have been
rest due to which the calibration of the accelerator pedal has been erased. Use a scanning tool and calibrate
deceleration sensor. You can do the calibration by
clicking Engine and ECT > > special function > > and then click
"decleration 0 point calibration" while you do that make sure that
your car IGN switch is "ON" and your gear shift is on "P"