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2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Jul 12, 2019


you need to get in touch with toyota they had a recall on your vehicle due to airbag.THE STEERING COLUMN ASSEMBLY CONTAINS ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO THE DRIVER'S AIRBAG MODULE HOUSED IN A SPIRAL CABLE ASSEMBLY, WHICH INCLUDES A FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE (FFC). DUE TO THE SHAPE AND LOCATION OF THE FFC'S RETAINER, THE FFC COULD BECOME DAMAGED WHEN THE STEERING WHEEL IS TURNED.
Consequence: IF THE FFC IS DAMAGED, CONNECTIVITY TO THE DRIVER'S AIR BAG MODULE COULD BE LOST AND THE AIR BAG DEACTIVATED. THE FAILURE OF THE DRIVER'S AIR BAG TO DEPLOY IN THE EVENT OF A CRASH THAT TYPICALLY NECESSITATES DEPLOYMENT INCREASES THE RISK OF INJURY TO THE DRIVER.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Feb 12, 2019


WORLD STANDARD AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID -- TC010-07 June 28, 2007

Page 2 of 2

S 100,000 Maintenance Interval - Inspection only; ATF-WS does NOT require any

flushing or changing during the life of the vehicle.

S The use of Genuine Toyota ATF-WS is recommended.

S The use of additives or aftermarket fluids that are considered compatible

or substitutes may result in shift concerns and damage to the internal

transmission components.

S ATF-WS is NOT compatible with T-IV or Dexron ATF.

S Containers storing Toyota ATF-WS should always be sealed - If exposed to the

atmosphere, ATF-WS may absorb moisture and potentially cause shift concerns if

used in operation.

S One time use only.

S When performing repairs on ATF-WS equipped transaxles, it is important to use

only new, clean ATF--WS when refilling the ATM.

S ATF-WS equipped ATMs may use the overflow type procedure - Any fluid

drained from the overflow plug should be discarded following proper local

regulations and never reused. Failure to do so could result in shift concerns and

damage to the internal transmission components.

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2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Aug 06, 2018


Without knowing what type of car you’re referring to and by your description of what’s going on it sounds like the upper bearing plate on the front struts might be the issue.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Dec 17, 2017


fuses first!

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Nov 09, 2017


Appears that you have a serious leak.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Aug 12, 2017


I need to sign up in airg can you guys opend it cause it locked out
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2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Jun 23, 2017


Check the fuel pressure under load and also have the exhaust system checked for excessive back pressure.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Mar 17, 2017


Yeah... I've always managed to carry enough junk
in my pockets to equip a small hardware store...


I've achieved a small level of competence (not Toyota's FOBs)
but a friend was awestruck by the (Infinity) dealers
hideous prices... Went onto eBay and found the cases
he needed... (did it himself (no programming required)).

Following his lead... I have become a FORD/LINCOLN...
Jaguar... and "Clifford" FOB CASE expert
for the family...


I have every confidence... you will find your CASE
available... Keep a close eye on "NEW & USED"


and always check your shipping costs...

My latest quest is to crack open the BMW X5 (E70)...

Just because mine looks like it was dragged down a gravel road on a logging chain... (got a good looking USED) ONE....
free shipping less than $10...

Best double-sided PATS KEY "CUT" price
to date = $6

Worst was $25 (and he ruined a good new $25 logo blank)...
Still worlds ahead of the DEALER PRICES...!!!

Have yet to pry THE BMW open... but hey...
It needs replacing (anyway)

Look at eBay... or AMAZON
and HAPPY hunting.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Mar 08, 2017


Glad to be of assistance to you.
Thanks for choosing FixYa to solve your problem.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Jul 14, 2016


The fuse locations are shown in the owner's manual.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on May 16, 2016


I would recommend that you have a diagnostic ran on it, get the codes, and at that point you will be able to see what is in need of repair, or replacement.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Mar 07, 2016


most likely you need to change the indicator switch module in the steering wheel as when you turn steering wheel it should turn off the switch module .

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Feb 18, 2016


In the fuel tank.

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Nov 21, 2015


ok you have there a random misfire,and a misfire on #2, now there may be and open or short wire connector in the engine wire so you have to check the wires for any corrosion sometime its like a blister with some battery looking acid corrosion,then you must check your vacuum hoses for leaks also check your injectors,fuel pressure,clean your MAF with the right spray,then check your compression,i would also change the coolant temp/sensor,check your timing and get your ECM check,sometime it can be a bad coil so check them aswell

2006 Toyota RAV4 | Answered on Nov 02, 2015

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