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possible but the clue to the problem is the check results--diode bridge bad
That is telling you that the rectifier in the alternator is not working and the battery is getting AC current which means power in to the battery same power out of the battery
Logically that instead of ignoring the reading you should have gone to an accredited auto electrician and had the problem fixed

1988 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 13, 2018


Go to auto zone.com become a member its free then you can look up the manual to any car your welcome

1988 Toyota... | Answered on May 12, 2015


the gap can vary slightly depending on the plug make, type etc , follow this link for more details, it is a web site that sells auto parts and i'm not promoting them in any way it just happens to have the info you want
1981 1988 TOYOTA CRESSIDA SPARK PLUG BOSCH PLATINUM PLUS SPARK PLUG

1988 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014


On my Trooper, I know its not a Toy, but the gear changes and more importantly the overdrive operation is controlled by a speed sensor on the tail end of the gearbox usually where the speedo cable is. A fault with this may cause all your problems. Try and locate the speed sensor from a handbook or call to a Toy specialist.

1988 Toyota... | Answered on May 20, 2014


alldata.com
if missing under hood vac sticker ,yes look up. up under hood,

1988 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 14, 2013


in usa, open hood, look up, under underside of hood is the
USA federal EPA vacuum map. see it?
if missing (new hood?) then get an FSM
or login to alldata.com and read. its all there.

stalls. are complex, and 50 reasons.
top 3 of 50 below
not doing the 60kmile tune up this decade.......!@!! #1
#2 Egr stuck open.
3: bad fuel.. or running summer fuel in the winter. are your, old fuel.
can you prevent the stall with a fast right foot, easy?

1988 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 13, 2013


1) you engines has worn or damaged valve stem oil seats.
2) engine has plugged drain back hole
3) oil is being blown out past the intake manifold gaskets
4) punctured automatic transmissiono modulator diaphragm
5) worn piston rings.
6) worn cononecting rod bearign
7) oir visocity is too low.
God bless you

1988 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 09, 2012


I would check the oil pressure sending unit or possibly the valve cover gasket.

1988 Toyota... | Answered on May 27, 2012

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