Question about 1996 Toyota Previa
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does it spin at all? If not either the starter is bad or the engine is seized. Try to turn engine with a socket wrench on the crank pulley bolt. Anything happen to the truck just before you had starting problems (drive through a deep puddle, overheat the engine, lose oil pressure, blown head gasket)? If it was deep water the engine could have hydraulic lock from water in the cylinder(s), remove the spark plugs and try to turn it over with the starter. If it turns over clean, dry and re-install the plugs. If it overheated, ran with low oil pressure, or the oil was contaminated with coolant the engine is probably seized.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
The first step and most important step is to disconnect your battery. Then locate the sensors. They are in the exhaust. You should have one before your Catalytic Converter and one after. They just unplug and the new one plugs in as far as the electrical goes. Then they are threaded into the exhaust.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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