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How do i remove the bed on a toyota pickup 1993

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SOURCE: How do I remove the front turn signal light bulb

take the cover, twist it the bulb and replaced.

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SOURCE: will the computer from a 1993 2 wheel Toyota work

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Tried all the local junk-yards?

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Remove the cover located at windshield base with flatblade screw driver or other prying device. Remove retaining bolt, then while prying under wiper arm where it is attached to wiper motor shaft, wiggle wiper arm side to side and up & down. Don't be scared.

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SOURCE: How do I remove automatic transmission from 1993 Chev 2500 pickup?

TRANSMISSION REMOVAL IN STEPS.
The Drive Shaft

  • Using a 1/2-to-2-ton floor jack, lift the front of the truck and place jack stands under the frame. Once the truck is lifted enough for you to safely move around under it, begin removing the four bolts connecting the U-joint between the drive shaft and the rear axle. When you pull the drive shaft out of the tail shaft, transmission fluid will pour out of the tail shaft, so place a drip pan or oil-changing pan under the tail shaft of the transmission.
Lines And Linkage
  • If the truck is an automatic, you will need to remove two transmission lines from the passenger side of the transmission by the bell housing close to the transmission dip stick. If it's a manual transmission you won't have those lines, but you will have shifting linkage on the driver's side of the transmission. Depending on the year of the truck, the linkage is held on by either a cotter pin or locking-sleeve washer. You will also need to remove the speedometer cable. If it's an older truck, it will be a hard-cased cable similar to the emergency brake cable that threads onto the driver side of the transmission just before the bell housing. If the truck is a newer model, it will be an electrical set of wires attached to a plug on the tail shaft.

Remove From Engine
  • Remove the transmission mount bolt that holds the tail end of the transmission to the cross member on the frame. You will need to either use wood blocks or a jack to support the weight of the transmission. Take out the nine bolts on the bell housing that attach the transmission to the engine--there is one on the top center of the bell housing, two along each side of the bell housing and two on each side at the bottom next to the guide pins.
Remove From Vehicle
  • Once removed, maneuver the transmission to the rear of the truck about 6 inches until it clears either the clutch kit of a manual or the torque converter of an automatic. When the transmission is free, lower the bell housing end of the transmission down until the tail shaft is clear of the cross member.

Posted on Aug 31, 2012

Testimonial: "Thankyou for the step by step instructions. I have yet to move the transfer case back from the automatic transmission. That top bolt in the center looks like a difficult one to access, but shall. I'll let you know how I fared. art"

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Hello, do you have brake in the front or in the back or both? Have you bled the air out of the braking system? You need to think this through instead of RR--remove and replace. The hydraulic brake are the most reliable system that the brake shoes or pads could be down to the metal and it would still stop the vehicle. You lose a brake line or brakes on one wheel, and it will still stop the vehicle with two wheel cylinder or pads working. The brake system is diagonal that is; left front/right rear and right front/left rear. Therefore, if the vehicle loses any one braking system the other will work.


Now, on your Toyota Truck there is load compensator valve hook to the frame with the two rear wheel line going into this valve. The a lever the attached to the rear differential. The way it suppose to work is when a load in placed in the bed of the truck. The load dynamic will position the differential by the load pushing down on the bed. This causes the load lever arm to change position and slightly closing the valve; in turn, limits the brake pressure on the rear wheels.



I don't know why Toyota Motors installed this load compensator valve. It more trouble than what it worth. I have removed these load valves, and took it apart, and plug the valve piston hole with a brass plug. This lets the brake pressure flow evenly through out the braking system.



Remember, you need to bleed the braking system of air and I mean all the air bubbles for the braking system could operate appropriately to manufacture specification. GB...stewbison

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Need to put a new bed on 1991 pick up how hard is this?


You need to remove the fuel filler tube, disconnet the harnesses that hook to the taillamps, the license plate lamps and any other wiring. Spray penetrating oil around the bed bolts before you remove them. Undo the bolts & have people help you lift the bed off. Not a "hard" job, but a rather heavy type of job. I commonly pull the beds whenever I am changing the fuel tank sending unit.

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1994 Toyota Truck 22R Engine (ext.cab,4x4,5 speed man.) Is it best to remove the truck bed or lower the fuel tank in order to replace the fuel pump? 1994 Toyota Truck 22R Engine


If you're doing it by yourself, drop the fuel tank.
Make sure it's almost out of gas first.

If you pull the bed, it's the bolts that hold the bed in, the wiring to the tail lights, and the tank filler neck to take loose. Then you have to pick up the bed of the pickup (a couple hundred pounds).
To get the tank out, it's the filler neck, and unbolt the straps that hold it in. Depending on how much fuel is in it, is how much it's going to weigh.
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