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it not there. in the operators guide any more.
the fsm has the only answer.
on this car it just the dash warning maintenance issues.
i see no mileage service list for this car. amazing, it be deligated
to he car brain, PCM. time to change oil ,etc.
asked a gillion times and is here. http://www.toyota120.com/forum/showthread.php?t=288
You would need a fuel pressure gauge and the attachments to hook it into the fuel line before the injectors. You can spray carb cleaner into the throttle body to imitate the injectors, just don't spray it thru the mass air flow meter. Its possible the mass air flow meter was failing and your cleaning it finished the job. They are very precise components. There could be an air leak between the throttle body and the MAF meter. You could need a simple fuel filter too. If it will start on carb cleaner and the filter is good, you may have to get a book to troubleshoot the mass air flow meter.
i have a 1989 cadillac deville 2 door front wheel drive i just changed the fuel filter in it and i pour fuel injection cleaner in the gas tank. when i pour gas in the carberator it gives a little start to the car and it started the car but it wont stay on. i just bought a new battery for it but i havent tried it out yet just because the positive wire going to the battery was bad so i cut the wire and gonna put a new wire for it do you have any suggestions what is wrong with it. it has been sitting for a couple years.......and it does start it just turns over......
hello. it should be located under your car on a line that's coming off your fuel tank and yes you can do this your self very easy to do ,you'll need a few box/open ended wrenches that's it you'll need to check the fitting or the nut on each side of the filter to see what the sizes are,befor removing the filter you'll want to take off your gas cap and remove your neg battery cable ,not when you find the filter it'll have nut on each side all you have to do it loosen them but make sure that you don't break the fuel line or kink it and after you have both sides loose then just finish turning them off and there you go the filter is off, nope no removing the gas tank some newer models you do and the filter is attached to your fuel pump and don't need replaced but for your car and year you wont need to remove the tank. good luck