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check the code first.as your dealer can check the stability control module has failed .i would not think it has given the age of the car.so dirty sensors on each wheel .remove and clean again as you need the clean down each hole with carb cleaner the teeth on the aisle the sensor pick up .will have dirt on them or water . two ways to clean remove the rubber gaiters and clean .but hard to refit them .or turn the hub full turn spraying calb cleaner down the sensors holes on each wheel.
Sorry, no photos or step by step. But the blower motor is usually quite easy to remove-just 3 screws hold it in place. Unplug the connector, remove holding screws, and pull out the motor with the roller drum (fan) attached. Then you will be able to see the problem. Good luck.
If the "overdrive off" light is flashing, this indicates an error condition in the transmission ECU.
There is a diagnostics procedure you can follow, but it is a bit too long to go in to here. Try and track down a copy of the Toyota service manual, number RM315E (searching the ih8mud forums is a good start) and follow the procedure in there for reading the fault codes.
It involves bridging the diagnostics connector in the engine bay (facing the front of the vehicle with the bonnet open it is to the right of the engine on the bulkhead) - easy to do...
No you cannot change from right hand drive to LHD as vehicle vin shows more than a number and changing it over it is not permittedbeen built.Once you try to change the plates here in europe with a converted vehicle its spotted straight away from the vin number and then you are not allowed to change the plates and certain places the vehicle can be impounded as un roadworthy.trust me on this one i prepare the paperwork here in spain for people who want to import their cars.This would be nightmare waiting to happen .
This depends largely on what vehicle it is. I converted my 2004 Td5
Defender and it needed a full loom, I guess because of all the
electrickery. It is also a completely different Aircon kit also (if relevant). It
was a lot more work than I expected, so in the end I gave up and got
Foley Specialist Vehicles to do it.
Actually, there are not a places to lubricate, other than the Rzeppa joints (those at the big ball & socket looking things right behind the front wheels). That being said, here is what I would look for if it was in my shop:
Examine the front sway bar bushings. They may be bad or worn. Rocking side to side will move the swat bar. Look at the bar, there are 4 bushings; 2 at each end, and 2 under the center of the vehicle, held in by a "half-moon" looking clamp. Spray WD-40 or something like that on it real good & drive it.
Get back to me if this does not help.