Question about 1993 Toyota Paseo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: thermostat location
The thermostat is located directly under the distributor cap, on the end of the cylinder head. Easy to remove/replace. Drain the coolant, remove the 2 nuts that holds the housing on, and remove it. The thermostat stays in the cyl head, just pull it out. Note that the "Wiggle-Valve" must be placed at the 12 oclock/straight up position. Hope this helps, in lieu of a picture.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2008
You don't need to.You need to put new contacts in the starter solenoid switch,just take the three 8mm bolts out of the solenoid cover and pull out the plunger and you will see what i'm talking about,the car has no relaly for the starter.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Testimonial: "Hey to wrirguy212 Thanks for your time! I am needing more details. starter/solenoid bench test good. parts store lists a starter relay mounted on fw"
you could remove the instrument cluster from the dash and unplug / remove the light, or go the easy way and use a piece of electrical tape and cover it. as far as disabling it I would think the only way would be to reprogram your ECM
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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yea i'd say check your idle air control valve.
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