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Measure the size of the nut, buy or borrow a socket of that size, get a breaker bar - the longer the better, and loosen the nut. The nuts are generally large - a couple of my cars have 32mm but a 1-1/4" socket works just fine on those. Most people will not have a socket this large in their set - I had to go out and buy one when I needed it.

2009 Toyota... | Answered on May 26, 2014

Not for normal driving, a good quality oil grade SN or better is fine. If you drive hard, tow a lot, or drive in very dusty, hot or cold climates, a synthetic oil eg Castro Edge, is a good idea.

2009 Toyota... | Answered on May 06, 2014

Dry trunk seal, then lay toilet paper on seal, close trunk, hose down the trunk , towel dry exterior, then open trunk and inspect paper for wetness

2009 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 11, 2014

Wheel bearings are going out.

2009 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 01, 2014

Rear Wheel Hub Bearing-possibly

Pull the brakes off & turn the hub & feel it

Replace them both if one is bad

2009 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 01, 2014

There's really so many things that could be wrong here.
check your fuel system, did you put the wrong type of gas in? Is there gas in it? Check the fuel filter, pump and connections.
check your air intake? Filtets and exhaust to make sure nothing is blocking them.
do you have a manual for the car, check this and give me some feedback. Good luck
check alarm system ( reset buy getting in and out locking and unlocking again ) I have come across this once
dose your car have a OBD port , check your manual if you have one.
if you do then look up how to use one, there cheep enough and if you have a smart phone you can download the app from the play store, this could help identify the cause of your car not starting. If not, it's still cheaper than taking it to a mechanic and you will now know how to analysis some faults on your car and the other features the OBD offers.

2009 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 05, 2014

Wheel hub probably out. Try jacking car up a bit and seeing if you can move the tire when holding it at the top and bottom. If there's play there, probably the hub

2009 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 02, 2014

To prevent accidental opening of the trunk caused by an accidental pressing of the "OPEN TRUNK" button on your keyfob, you can pull the cover that hides the wiring harness on the trunk (you can buy replacement plastic retaining tabs at an auto parts store if you break one) and look for the wiring harness. I cut the wire controlling the electronic trunk solenoid and soldered in momentary pushbutton that goes to the outside of the trunk. To open the trunk, I have to depress the pushbutton on the trunk and then press the "OPEN TRUNK" button on my keyfob. I also soldered in a bypass switch in parallel with the pushbutton in case I want to disable the extra security I get by having a pushbutton. It will cost you about $15 in parts (get a high quality, weather rated pushbutton) and about 3 hours of time.

2009 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 05, 2013

Beeping can often be a reminder that the car is due for a service, or that there is a fault with the vehicle and it is trying to remind you to visit a service centre. Check your dash for any warning lights or service messages.

2009 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 22, 2013

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