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2007 Toyota... | Answered on May 15, 2017

Jambo Jambo.This problem, unfortunately is going to be in the fuel injector pump itself. If the veins are wearing it will begin to fail at high RPMs when the fuel demand is high. You are on the right track though. It is fuel. Replace the injector pump and time accordingly. Feel free to contact me if you need anything else.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on May 04, 2017

Disconnect the battery cables and hold them together for 5 minutes.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 04, 2017

Well you would also have to turn the steering wheel, so that locking mechanism would have to be hammered out as well. Best to get two sets of keys for this car now.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 29, 2016

Have the codes read and replace what has broken. A garage can replace a bad receiver or fix a wire and will work. Everything else has to be programmed. this is a dealer only program.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 13, 2016

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2007 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 31, 2015

That depending on location of bulb. Yes they r also used for parking and other things. Maybe the location of bulb iss turn signal only

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 30, 2015

Low fluid in hydraulic system,bad slave or clutch master cylinder,bad pressure plate or clutch disc or a stuck throw out bearing are the most probable causes.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 04, 2015

If the dash light is not coming on when you push the button on the stalk, I am pretty sure it is the spiral cable running down the steering column. There is a Techbical Service Bulletin on this piece. Some are being replaced because they affect the air bags. Check with your dealer to se if your VIN is covered.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 25, 2015

Depends if it is vacuum actuated or electronic. Vacuum actuated, check the hose that runs from the manifold to the controller, make sure there is vacuum, electronic: replace the control module on the actuator.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 23, 2015

do you have acell phone or other charger plugged in or multiple chargers?? i seen so many that draw way to much and keep blowing fuses. we've run several hot sockets direct from the battery to provide power for such dont forget to fuse it !

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 06, 2015

  • Engine oil and filter have not been changed in a while
  • Engine oil is of insufficient quantity
  • Engine oil specification not suitable for climate condition.
  • Poor quality fuel
  • Diesel fuel filter is clogged, fuel pressure is inadequate.
  • Injectors are worn out or clogged
  • Injectors are tainted with carbon deposits
  • Injector compensation codes have not been registered on the ECU
  • Fuel rails are leaking
  • Timing belt has stretched, crankshaft and camshaft are out of sync
  • Camshaft sprocket is not aligned according to its peripheral stamp line
  • Alternator is not proving the car with enough electric power.
  • Rocker cover is not sealed perfectly, engine can't reach necessary vacuum (or pressure), manifold air pressure sensor isn't providing an accurate measurement
  • Air intake manifold, cylinder head and exhaust gas recirculation valve assembly are severely clogged up with thick coated oily carbon deposits. Air intake is impeded, exhaust recirculation valve is stuck closed
  • Injector washers are of the rubber variety and not of the highly recommended copper variety, resulting in engine "blow by" that leads to the next problem
  • Oil pickup mesh screen inside sump is clogged with carbon deposits, oil circulation within the engine is impeded. Injectors require washer replacement with the certified copper washer.This action will prevent "blow by" within the cylinder head.
  • Exhaust gas recirculation valve is not functioning properly. Check vacuum controller
  • Exhaust gas recirculation heat exchanger is clogged, it's preventing the passage of exchaust or preventing the passage of coolant
  • The engine has just been started, usually on a cold morning. The ECU is running a warm up cycle. Usually the engine runs fairly rough, though using SAE 40 instead of SAE 30 makes this warming up process less noisy

Crankshaft position sensor
This may be a common cause of misfiring. It may have been removed at some stage, the magnetic sensor will attract any metal filings or particles. A mechanic may have removed the sensor, reinstalling with small particles attached to its sensor head (the end that reads the sprocket location). The ECU then receives a less than perfect crankshaft position. Metal particles found clinging to this sensor should be removed, though its likely that the sensor would have lost some
degree of magnetism to the filings (giving a false reading) and be in need of replacement.

Reinstalling a new crankshaft position sensor
Make sure the hole that the sensor goes into is clean and free of dirt and it presses properly between the surfaces. Sometimes a new sensor has a slight imperfection on the moulded plastic, this prevents it from pressing up against its surface. Its easy to remove - just a thin bit of excess plastic.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015

First Check the fuses. There are two (or three) that run the radio

1 - holds the settings when truck is off (7.5A Acc) - probably not this one, cuz if it fails, lotsa stuff won't work.

2 - turns radio on when key comes on (10A Radio No1) - Check it with a meter, not your eye, the filaments are very fine.

(If you have the JBL system) (30A Radio No2 runs the amp/ subwoofer)

If these are both OK, and you're still having trouble, post back, you may need to remove the radio.......

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 27, 2015

There is a Power Window Relay labeled P/W Relay. Located under the hood, bottom right hand corner of the relay / fuse block. There is a 50A fuse feeding the PW relay. After the relay there are individual fuses for each window.

Loss of ground from the Drivers Door window switch bank could also disable the windows. The window switch should ground by your left foot, under the plastic somewhere.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 10, 2015

-You need to do drain check to find out what circuit that still using power when the car is off. If you know how, it's sample.

Good Luck

Mai Lor

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 23, 2014

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