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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    DK- When you apply the rating; this usually terminates the expert that you were looking at. Try this:
    1) Tap on the instrument panel; key ON/i4WD selected. The 4WD will not work if the bulb is burned out. Tapping on the cluster may "weld" the contacts back together. If no joy,
    2.) Open the hood; look for loose vacuum hoses at the 2 vacuum solenoids on the lower passengfer side inner fender. Make sure that there is no moisture under the wiring connectores. The 4WD-ADD solenoid has a PINK with a GREEN tracer, the 2WD-ADD solenoid has a solid LIGHT GREEN WIRE.
    3.) Open the fuse box under the hood. Key ON/4WD selected, unplug and replug the A.D.D. relay. See if it clicks.

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Go to the home page on the right hand side in the middle it says find a expert click on this and he is rated #41 and think it is page 6

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ED, U did so well with the bent axle post; I Wonder, can u possibly help me? I'm the 1979 Toyota Pk, or RV. Within the RECALLS. I'd like to keep TANDUM, but must repair & up grade... Can U Help???


Hi Deborah:
Sounds like you're trying to deal with Ed.
These posts are not linked, so your best bet is to reply as a comment in your previous post. That way Ed will get a notification.

Jul 06, 2015 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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"A Question for TOYOTA ED,,,,", Need info for my 1992 Toyota Camry V6. Problem...


Hello again, I am the resident Toyota expert here at FixYa.

I work for a Toyota dealership, and, with this tip, I hope to shed some light on the alleged Toyota gas pedal issue, and bring some comfort to all of the Toyota owners that read this.

If this tip helps you, please click on the "helped" icon below. Thanks.

The first thing owners need to know is this:
There are TWO different manufactures of the gas pedals that Toyota uses in their cars. They are as follows:

C.T.S. and DENSO

The CTS pedal is the one currently being modified at your local Toyota dealerships. The government (specifically, NHTSA, has inspected and approved the ongoing repairs, take comfort that the government is very aware of the repair, and is in agreement with Toyota that this modification will cure any possibility of the accelerators 'stciking'.

Now, The DENSO pedal is markedly different, and has been found to have NO ISSUES of the alleged sticking condition.

Next, we need to address exactly WHICH cars have the allegedly affected gas pedal installed.

Look at your 17 digit Vehicle Identification number...If it starts with a ' J ', this denotes that you have a Japanese produced vehicle, and ALL Japanese produced vehicles will have the DENSO pedal fitted.
Again, the DENSO pedal has been shown to have no sticking issues.

If your car/truck has a 1, a 2, a 4 or a 5 in the first position of the VIN, this indicates that your vehicle is American production. If you have an American production vehicle, don't panic.

The CTS pedal is installed in about 50% of the American production vehicles. American production ALSO has the DENSO pedal fitted.

You can easily check to see which pedal you have, by looking at the black box that is connected to the moving part of the gas pedal. This is ABOVE the part where you press on with your foot

With a flashlight, illuminate the gas pedal in your car. If you cannot see a shiny silver metal plate on the side of the pedal box, that faces the brake pedal, you have a DENSO pedal. Look closer, and you will see the DENSO word visible on the side of the pedal assembly.

Again, DENSO pedals are not involved in the alleged 'sticky pedal issue'

The CTS pedal has a shiny silver metal plate on the side of the pedal, that faces the brake pedal. If you can see this shiny silver metal plate, you have the CTS pedal, and will need to take it to your Toyota service department, and they will modify the pedal. This procedure will take about 45 minutes.

Vehicles involved in the current CTS pedal modification:
Avalon
Camry
Corolla
Highlander
Tundra
Sequoia
Matrix

Vehicles NOT involved in the CTS pedal modification"
All Japanese production, AND
Yaris
FJ Cruiser
All SCION
Venza
Solara
Sienna

So, to sum up this tip...If you have a CTS pedal, it needs to be modified. As of this writing, I have personally modified over 150 pedals, and have YET to see one that was remotely sticky. Rest assured that the modification that your Toyota service department will eliminate any worries that you may have with regard to your gas pedal.

Hopefully, with this Tip, I have provided you some useful information, and, with this info, you will be able to know which pedal you have, and, if you DO have the CTS pedal, please make an appointment with your local Toyota dealership for the modification. ALl of the Toyota dealers have sufficient quantities of the repair parts on hand.

If you consider this tip helpful, please click on the helpful icon located below. If you want or need any more information, please feel free to post up a question in the question area located on this site, Preface your question with the following: "A Question for TOYOTA ED,,,,",

I will get right back to you.

Thanks for reading my tip

Toyota Ed
2-14-2009

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Why doesnt get spark from coil to distrubutor


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P1693 in my 2000 toyota celica


Toyota Ed,
Hi, What will be the solution for code 24 and code 15?
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My toyota celica 1995 convertible top motor quit working. I hope there is a fuse or something that I can replace?


I have a 97 Celica Convertible and multiple electrical issues. The convertible top doesn't work, Cruise doesn't work, door locks don't work, shift lock doesn't work, cooling fans don't work. Reffering to the 6cee312 gif Toyota Ed supplied, it looks like there may be something that is common to all these components? Where do I go first? Thanks! Mike

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Is toyota allion and toyota aurion same car /?


Hello. Welcome to FixYa. My name is Toyota Ed; I will be assisting you today.

Your answer is no.

The Allion and the Aurion are not the same car.

The Premio model is the same as an Allion.

Thnaks for choosing FixYa for assistance.

Dec 30, 2010 | 2010 Toyota Camry

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Squeaking and/or grading noise on the right front of a corolla


www.recalls.gov is always a good place to look and see if there was a recall issued on your car.

Not trying to be a wise guy Ed, but it is really hard to diagnose a noise from inside the car itrslef, much less when it's going downhill

What has me concerned Ed is that it only happens "from time too time", and it has two different noises.....a grinding is usually metal against metal...a squealing would make me think a rubber "something" was rubbing......but where?

My advise Ed is this........if you feel safe driving it, and you can put up with the "squealing/grinding"
noise....then don't fix what ain't broke. Otherwise, if it bothers you enough that you fear for your safety, or the safety of others, make an appointment right away at where you take the vehicle for being diagnosed and repaired.

I know it wasn't much help Ed, but thanks for giving us at FixYa.com a chance to work for you.

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Wiper problem


Toyota Ed is right. He should get credit, but this questions needs to go away, sorry Toyota ed.

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Toyota Prius 2008 - Transmission or or fluid?


Here is the answer that you are looking for: Never.
The auto trans fluid in a Prius is what we call "World Spec", and never needs to be changed. Why? Because the Prius trans fluid is not used for hydraulic pressure or cooling the ATF fluid due to the lack of the aforementioned hydraulic pressure. All that the ATF does is perform a "lubrication" function. As long as there is no contamination of the fluid (such as being in a flood), do not bother with it.
Regards
Toyota Ed
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