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My oil cooler on my 1995 toyota 4runner is leaking oil ,especially when i rev the engine

The oil si coming from the bolt that holds the oil cooler on ,i think the o-ring has a hole in it?

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Did you check the thermostat? brand new thermostat sometimes went bad too; happen too me once on my 1989 toyota supra....; Check the water pump and hoses. Flush the radiator really good then get 50/50 mix water & coolant;

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SOURCE: My 1995 Toyota 4runner has a knock.

Sounds like a stuck or bent rocker arm.

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I have toyota corona 3s engine it smokes black and fuel consuption is high we have changed the engine oil and cylinderhead gassecate but still black smoke is comming what should i do

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SOURCE: Replacing heater core in a 1995 Toyota 4Runner

The heater core is a small heat exchanger located inside the truck, similar to the radiator at the front of the truck. Coolant is circulated from the engine through the heater core and back to the engine. The heater fan blows fresh, outside air through the heater core; the air is heated and sent on to the interior of the truck. For Toyota Pick-ups/Land Cruiser/4Runner 1989-1996 check this reference repair guide...



Heater Core - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
(see Figure 1)

  1. Drain the cooling system.
  2. Remove the heater unit assembly. Have alot of towels handy for the leakage of coolant that may spill into your interior.
  3. Remove the fasteners securing the core to the unit, remove the plates and clamps. Pull upwards to remove the core from the unit.
To install:
  1. Inspect the core fins for any blockage. Using compressed air, clean them.
  2. Install the core into the unit placing the plates and clamps into position. Tighten the core screws.
  3. Install the heater unit into the vehicle.
  4. Fill the cooling system.
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Fig. 1: Exploded view of the heater unit assembly-1996 4Runner shown





Heater Unit - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
(see Figure 1)

Have alot of towels handy for the leakage of coolant that may spill into your interior.
  1. Discharge the A/C system (if applicable), using an approved recovery/recycling machine.
  2. Remove the cooling unit (if applicable).
  3. Drain the cooling system.
CAUTION When draining engine coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted to ethylene glycol antifreeze and could drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantity. Always drain coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or is several years old.
  1. Disconnect the hoses to the heater core. Tag each one so that it may be correctly reinstalled.
  2. On some models you will need to remove the glove box assembly. On others, the instrument panel and reinforcement.
  3. At the heater case under the dash, disconnect the ductwork from the case.
  4. Disconnect the heater control cables from the heater case. Lift the spring clip holding the control cable to allow the cable to be manipulated. Don't deform or crimp the cables.
  1. Disconnect the wiring harness to the blower fan.
  2. Remove the three or four bolts holding the heater case to the dash. Because the inlet tubes project through the firewall, the unit will not fall straight down. It will need to be pulled into the passenger compartment and then brought downward.
To install:
  1. Lift the case into position and carefully place the inlet and outlet pipes through the firewall. Install the retaining bolts holding the case to the dash.
  2. Connect the wiring harness to the blower fan.
  3. Connect the control cables to their linkages. Each must be adjusted so that the motion of the dashboard lever causes the correct corresponding motion in the air door. Both the control lever and the door must reach maximum travel at the same time if full function is to be achieved.
    1. Set the dashboard control to FRESH. Lift the adjustment clip and adjust the air inlet cable towards the heater unit until the linkage is at its maximum travel on Pick-Up and 4Runner. For Land Cruiser, adjust the cable away from the case. Release the adjustment clip.
    2. Set the dashboard control to VENT (Pick-Up) or DEF (4Runner and Land Cruiser). Lift the adjustment clip and adjust the air flow control cable towards the heater unit until the linkage is at its maximum travel. Release the adjustment clip.
    3. Set the temperature control to COOL. Lift the adjustment clip and adjust the air mix control damper control cable away from the heater case until the linkage is at its maximum travel on . For Land Cruiser, adjust the cable towards the case.
  4. Connect or reinstall the ductwork. Make certain each tube is firmly and completely fitted on its port. A light spray of glass cleaner serves as a good lubricant; don't use too much.
  5. Install the glove box and/or instrument panel assembly.
  6. Connect the heater hoses. Use new clamps.
  7. Install the cooling unit (if equipped).
  8. Refill the coolant, then charge the A/C system (if equipped).



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Posted on Aug 02, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a terrible Power steering leak on my 93'

To look for a fluid leak, first you should have the car washed thoroughly all around the steering rack and the pump, then inspect it from the underside with a good light looking at the hoses coming from the pump to the rack, the couplings and the crimped unions of the rubber and metal tubes for leaks.
If the leak comes from a coupling, that may be a bad Oring.
For the defective hoses, you can choose from buying new ones or have them repaired in specialized shops that have the tools to make the crimped unions.

Posted on Dec 10, 2010

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