Question about Toyota 4Runner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi there, there could be another fuse blown or when you changed the battery you could have left a wire off, hope this is of help Regards John
Posted on May 15, 2009
1-insert and remove key from ignition two times
2-close and open driver door two times
3-insert and remove key once from ign.
4-close and open drvr door twice
5-insert key into ign.,then close driver door
6-turn key to on (not start) then off, twice this is rewrite mode,have all remotes to reprogram it will clear any lost remotes.
7-remove key from ignition,the door locks should cycle twice.if not start over.it may take a few tries.
8-press lock/unlock together and hold for a second
9-release,and press lock on remote,the door locks will cycle confirming program.continue to do other remotes you have,steps 8 and 9.if only one in possession,you are done. To end mode open door or insert key into ignition.
You'll need to follow the steps with no more than a 1-2 second delay between each step.. hope it works
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 Mazda 626 will start
Ah, you give many very good clues, all of which point to a problem with the fuel pump.
The cold/wet scenario - moisture getting into the contacts, possibly on/in the starter or fuel pump,
but the low fuel scenario points to the fuel pump. The fuel pump must work a little harder to pump
fuel when the level is low - it works harder to pressurize the fuel rail, and harder to supply fuel for
starting. A fuel pump that's starting to think about failing will struggle under these conditions.
Posted on May 29, 2011
If it is an aftermarket immobilizer it is simply a matter of removing the control unit and re-connecting the wires that were cut when it was installed. If it is a factory installed system it can't be done.
Posted on Mar 06, 2012
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