Question about 1996 Toyota RAV4
code p0171 refers to system to lean---causes ---intake/ exhaust leak---air system---MAF/VAF sensor---fuel pressure/ pump---injectors HO2s
code po105 refers to manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor/bar ometric sensor and circuit malfunction causes---wiring---MAP sensor ECM
code p0760 refers to shift solenoid--circuit malfunction causes--shift solenoid---ECM?TCM
code po770 again refers to shift solenoid.
code p0171 again refers to shift solenoid ---performance or stuck off.
code po130 refers to heated oxygen sensor HOS2 1 bank 1-circuit and have the rest checked .malfunction -- causes---heating inoperative---poor connection---wiring--- HO2S. So replace the shift solenoid and oxygen sensor
Posted on Apr 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: code's po171 and p0125
Bank 1 and 2 detecting too lean a condition. Yuck. Per the 1998 official Toyota shop manual for a Sienna, it could be a bad 1) coolant temp sensor 2) bad HO2S (or Fuel/Air sensors) 3) bad mass airflow sensor 4) restricted fuel somewhere (like the fuel filter in the tank! ouch.)
First, check to function of the coolant temp sensor. You can pull it and play wiht your stove and boiling water or just buy a Carchip data collector and download the data to your computer to analyze.
Second, before you replace that horribly expensive Mass Airflow Sensor, pull it out and *carefully* spray it clean with brake cleaner or an electronic cleaner of some sort. And do NOT touch any of the itty-***** wires inside with anything or you WILL be replacing it.
Third, if you have HO2S sensors, you can check the resistance of them using an multimeter to see if they are within spec. I forget exactly but it's something low like 9-12 ohms at 68F. If you have Fuel/Air sensors instead, it's dealer diagnostic time.
Fourth, if you suspect fuel pressure or fuel flow issues, I recommend dealer diagnostic time too. My best friend got severely burned (2nd and 3rd degree on 50% of his body) messing with fuel and his VW bug when we were in high school. 25 years later, he is still covered in scar tissue and will be forever.
I hope this helps you
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
You have a cat converter ie eficiency code. Most shops are willing to sell you a cat converter and make a quick buck. However you can save some major money if you can find out what is wrong. A cat converter doesn't just go bad by itself something causes it to fail. Most likely a bad oxygen sensor or a dirty mass air flow sensor. I would replace the oxygen sensor in front before I replace converter. Reset check engine light and see if light comes back on. If it stays off you just save about 600 dollars. Oxygen sensors cause cat converters to go bad. So fix the cause first, then if you have to replace converter.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
Toyota paint codes are can usually be found either under the hood or on the passenger/drivers side door jamb. Most Toyota paint codes are 3 digits long.
If you can't find your color code on the car your local Toyota dealership (parts department) will be able to tell you your code from your registration or chasis number...
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Posted on Aug 12, 2009
SOURCE: toyota rav 4
I can get you a diagram on monday but it goes from the alternator to the power steering pump then around the tensioner pulley then around the crank pulley then to the a/c compressor then pull on the tensioner to give you some slack and slip it on the waterpump.I hope that helps.Let me know if you still need the diagram
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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