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Re: 2006 Toyota Tacoma V6 engine oil sensor location
There is not enough flow at the sensor for a second oil filter. The sensor is at a dead end in the oil gallery. I recommend that you persue other options here. If you are concerned about oil contamination, don't be. There is nothing better than the factory filter...Look into adding more oil capacity; Look into an engine oil cooler; there is really no need for a second filter.
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This is the 2001-2012 Toyota Tacoma wiring diagram, Toyota Tacoma IAT (Intake Air Temperature) Sensor Location and the Toyota Tacoma MAF (Mass Air Flow) Sensor Location, also included is a pinout of the sensor. You are likely installing a performance chip or a cold air intake kit for increased HP (Horsepower). You will want to be sure to disconnect the car battery before adding performance products.
depends on engine - dealer will tell u by serial #1.
help on net. however one is located left [to firewall from oil filter.
# 2 could be drivers side under intake manifold in the valley.
So unless want a big job look near the oil filter. oil dender is ahead of the filter..on the block.. But as I sead ask the parts department at a dealer..Good luck.. I had the wire drop off on my 89 3 liter v6 .was of roading just by the oil filter.. stick I guess.
Hi Keith,go to Autozone,they will check it for free.I have a 2004 Toyota Tundra,light came on two different times,both were oxygen sensors,they replaced for free at Toyota dealer,call and see.We have a history of sensors going bad.
It is mounted in the transmission bellhousing. If you can follow the engine control computer wires, they will lead you to the side of the bellhousing that the crankshaft sensor is on. If you have purchased the sensor, then it will be easy to spot as you will have an idea of what you are looking for.
Usually this is a bit of dirt in the engine plugging the oil port that supplies pressure to the variable valve timing control cam. Change your engine oil every 3000 miles and maybe switch brands. I had this problem on my Matrix until I switched to Castrol GTX 5W30 that cleaned the oil port right out.