The last key I had to my van broke off when I tried to unlock the back door. I have the main piece of the key, but not the nub that broke off inside the door (fell out and I couldn't find it). I've been told that the only way to get a replacement key is to give Toyota the serial number found inside on the door, but, for the life of me, I can't find any serial number anywhere.
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Re: Lost key (last one) to 1986 Toyota Le Van
Hello, What you need is the Vehicle Indetification Number ( VIN ). It should be on your vehicle registration paper. If not it will be on the dash at the bottom of the windshield. Take that number to the dealer and they can make you a key. Some locksmiths have the punch codes for car keys and can make you a key also. Good luck.
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Sounds as if the van lost that code for the PATS(Passive Anti-Theft System) key. You will have to have it programmed again. Some well equipped key and lock shops may be able to do this, otherwise off to the dealer.
If you can remove the inner door panel you will see a maze of cables running to the various locking points on the sliding door. If the cable going to the FRONT latch on the sliding door is broken (or in my case, simply dislodged inside the door) the door acts as if it is frozen shut.
The front cable is short, and easily replaced even by a newbie mechanic.
Actually this sounds more like your left tire is rubbing against the tire well, this was relatively common amongst these models, as I have one myself that did that while turning right, I solved it by hammering out the dent that was in the well. Hope this helped GL!
1. Start with key out of the ignition, drivers door is open all others closed and drivers door is unlocked. 2. Insert key into ignition (Do not turn) and pull it out. 3. Perform these steps within 40 seconds. A. Using the power door lock switch on drivers door perform 5 lock/unlock cycles starting with lock. Use an even pace and try to go about one cycle per second. (1 cycle = 1 lock and 1 unlock.) B. Close, then open drivers door. 4. Perform these steps within 40 seconds. A. Using the power door lock switch on drivers door perform 5 lock/unlock cycles starting with lock. Use an even pace and try to go about one cycle per second. (1 cycle = 1 lock and 1 unlock.) B. Insert the key in the ignition cylinder. C. Turn the ignition to ON (Do NOT Start) then back to OFF. D. Turn the ignition to ON (Do NOT Start) then back to OFF. E. Remove the key from the ignition. 5. Within 3 seconds the power door locks should cycle automatically indicating successful entry into programming mode. Return to step 1 if the locks do not cycle at this point. 6. Perform these steps within 40 seconds. A. Press the lock and unlock buttons on the remote simultaneously for 1 second. B. Immediately after letting go of the lock and unlock buttons, Press the lock button by itself and hold for 2 seconds. Within 3 seconds the door locks should cycle once indicating successful programming. If the door locks don't cycle or cycle twice, repeat steps A and B, your remote has not been accepted. C. Repeat steps A and B in step 6 for each new transmitter. 7. Close drivers door.
you can try a couple of things put the key in the drivers door lock manually lock and unlock the door
with it unlocked try starting the car if that doesn't work disconect the battery turn the key on then hook up the battery and try to start it also check your owners manual about the alarm
The handle that broke had a little 'finger' that actuated the release mechanism. The only way to open the back hatch is to remove the inner panel and push on the release mechanism.
Once off, you can either a) buy a replacement handle (expensive) or b) do what I did and simply make a piece of L-shaped metal to lever the release mechanism from the outside.
If your handle is completely off of the door you can look up under the little plastic cover (that hides the handle) and see the slot on the right side that the release handle inserts into. You need to stick the lever into that slot, and angle it down about 30 degrees from horizontal to get under the latch mechanism, which unlocks the hatch if you pry it upwards.
I always have a mercury villager 1996 VLR the light of the check engine this flashing but the van works well because it will be that it does not stop marking the light and other is that the sheet of laa puerte of bony track of passengers rear right side I change to him this sheet because one broke me being the sheet that leads inside to the interior side of the van and then all that I want to close the van with insurances does not close or rather it does not receive the insurance that it are automatic that if one gives him insurance at the edge of the driver assure to themselves all the doors well since it should change to him this sheet to this door of track I cannot place the insurances of the van or has me to leave the van if insurances of the doors and skylight the restored one that him consegue seems that it is similar but as that it is not exactly the question it is it will be that aconsecuencia of this it is that the doors do not stay with insurances thank you I would like to know where to obtain that one restored originally.
A flashing check engine light is bad. It means you are sending unburned gas into your converter and will soon overheat and plug it up. Get fault code and fix soon.