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Under the dash drivers side, or passenger side. or under the hood. either way they are always easily accessible. it will be back and slightly rounded rectangular in shape with 7 to 8 terminals. sometimes they will be behind a trim panel on the passenger side or kinda tucked up under the driver side, and if under the hood sometimes the will have a cover to protect the connection, however in most cases they are right out in the open and easy to find. try callling your local dealership service shop and asking a tech or you could buy a chilton or haynes repair manual (around 15 bucks) and it will have that information for you
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok.....so when you get under you rodeo....look for a big pan....it should be black in color.......and at the very end of it,,you should see the plug..
but dont get near the tranny or you could end up getting the wrong plug....and you will have cherry tranny fluid all over the place.....
good luck XD
Posted on May 14, 2009
from memory it is in inlet manifold some were in front middle section bottom, (underneath) 4ZE1?
single wire possibly yellow
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
stage 1 = 29Nm(21 lb ft/3.0 kg-m)
final = 64Nm(47 lb ft/6.5kg-m)
do not reuse head bolts or apply any lubricant to the bolts. Do up bolts in following order for each head.
6 1 3 7
5 2 4 8
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
did you bleed the hydralic clutch system on this vehicle? = air in system or not bleed properly.
most of the flywheels for this model were not to be machined...... however it is ok to machine these only slightly but you must machine the surface the clutch plate contacts with the same amount as the outer raised section the pressure plate bolts to.
new flywheels have painted stamped writing saying do not machine...so if hydralic system is ok find out about flywheel.
also may pay to check clamping force of pressure plate most clutch places can do this or some workshops that is if fingers on pressure plate are all at the same height, not broken or cracked..
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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