Question about 1990 Toyota Land Cruiser
The starter motor and fuses on my Cruiser are tested and ok but there is no power getting to the starter solinoid when the key is turned. To me, it suggests a faulty starter relay or the ignition switch itself. Trouble is - I can't tell which is the starter relay....
There are a couple under the bonnet and about 4 at the drivers feet behind the kick panel. The ones under the bonnet appear to be for the glow system. Does anyone know how to ID the starter solinoid?
80 Series STD 4.2ltr diesel 1991 manual
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 problem starting?
Coming from a Toyota tech, it sounds like the starter contacts are worn and time for a starter rebuild. parts are only available from toyota and and not expensive, and labour should be 1.5 hours.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
SOURCE: Air Con
The A/C system is designed to remove heat and humidity from the air entering the passenger compartment. The A/C evaporator, located in the HVAC housing, is cooled to temperatures near the freezing point. As warm damp air passes over the fins in the evaporator, moisture in the air condenses to water, dehumidifying the air. Condensation on the evaporator fins reduces the A/C evaporators' ability to absorb heat. During periods of high heat and humidity, an A/C system will be less effective. With the HVAC mode control set to RECIRC, only air from the passenger compartment passes through the A/C evaporator. As the passenger compartment air dehumidifies, A/C performance levels rise.
In addition, some models are equipped with an A/C system air filter. The filter is mounted under the hood in the outside-air intake (cowl, below the windshield) of the HVAC housing. The filter should be checked and replaced at least once every 15, 000 miles and checked if A/C-heater system performance seems lower than expected.
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Vehicle Air Vents 24.
A/C Warm Air During Acceleration 56.
A/C Not Cooling 99.
A/C Re-circulate vs. Fresh Air Mode 103.
A/C Odors - Drain Hose 108.
HVAC System - Fogged Windows 206.
AC/Heater Operation - Ambient Heat 228.
A/C Compressor On Indicator Light 255.
Squeaky Ventilation Fan 259.
Defrost Mode A/C Compressor Cycling 272.
A/C Cold Air Output 327.
A/C System Controls 338.
Mopar Interior Air Filter 367.
Pungent Odor While Using A/C 379.
A/C Evaporator Odor Treatment 381.
Ventilation - Recirculate Mode 388.
A/C Clunking Sound 419.
A/C Vent Aiming Knobs- Removal 466.
HVAC Blower Motor - Noisy 532.
Condensation Drain Tube Location - 2003 PT 664.
A/C - Screeching Sound At Start-Up 725.
A/C Performance Temperatures 734.
HVAC Defrost Mode - Cooling Fan Runs Constantly 745.
Fan Control - Operates on High Only 771.
A/C Compressor Clutch Problem 801.
Radiator Blower Fan - Inoperable 830.
Air Handling System - Vents Inoperable 850.
HVAC Blower Motor - Only Works on High 883.
HVAC Vent/Airflow Issue 969.
A/C Only Works Intermittently 1023.
A/C Venting Issue 1043.
A/C Fan Runs On One Speed 1049.
A/C Blows Hot Air, When Initially Started 1105.
HVAC Defrost/ Recirculated Air Mode 1170.
A/C - No Air Through Vents 1235.
A/C - Reduced Airflow 1245.
Blower Motor Resistor Block 1246.
Low Refrigerant – Leak? 1287.
Adding A/C to Basic Edition PT 1293.
A/C Squeal - Compressor Clutch? 1296.
HVAC Outside Air – Warm 1328.
A/C Draining into Passenger Compartment 1359.
A/C – DIY Refrigerant Recharging 1445.
A/C Compressor Clutch Damaged – Serviceable? 1451.
A/C Blows Fuse 1494.
Hiss Sound Followed By Black Smoke 1492.
A/C – Warm Weather Performance 1506.
A/C System Blows Cold & Warm Air 1547.
Heater – No Heat Out of Vents 1560.
HVAC Condenser – Repairable? 1584.
A/C Compressor/Clutch Replacement 1593.
Vehicle Storage – Nesting & A/C Odor 1594.
HVAC System – No Airflow 1642.
A/C Compressor – Doesn't Work 1671.
HVAC Mode Door Cable - Detached 1678.
No Interior Heat After Radiator Change 1705.
HVAC System Mold – Evaporator Access 1751.
HVAC Switch Faulty 1774.
HVAC System Mode Door – Inoperative 1778
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
Just a thought , if the gear stick is not in park the key cannot be removed from the ignition I found out when I left the car in nuetral .
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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One Wire From Starter Motor Goes To Solenoid And Other Goes
To BATTERY. Starter GETS 12 VOLT SUPPLY FROM BATTERY AND WITH THESE VOLTAGE
IT TURNS THE MOTOR AND THIS TRIGGERS THE STARTER SOLENOID AND YOUR VEHICLE
your help there are few relatively help links showing how to remove and install
starter with proper instructions:-----
help links will help.
the link below:-----
SL2 Starter Wiring Diagram?
details will help.
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