Question about 1987 Toyota Pickup
Toyota ed is right when he speaks of low coolant temp as a cause. there is also a temperature sensor on the engine that is specific for the auto trans model. may be a white plastic single pin connector by the t-stat housing, not to be confused with the blade type connector that is used for the temp. guage. were you sure to connect the connector that powers to o/d solenoid on the side of the trans. when you installed the engine?
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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