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How to change air conditioner filter in 2001 Toyota Tacoma

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Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVwdwtVNvOU

This video should help

Posted on Jan 21, 2013

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SOURCE: Air Fuel Sensor on a 2001 Toyota tacoma

4 cylinder: one air-fuel sensor (on the pipe after the manifold) and one oxygen sensor after the catalytic converter

6 Cylinder: two air-fuel sensors (one for each manifold) and one oxygen sensor after the catalytic converter.

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SOURCE: Can't find the fuel filter on 2004 toyota tacoma 4 cyl 4x4

look under the truck

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Air conditioner's filter

on the n s of engine bay,near windscreen,black cover about 30cm square its under there ,if you have charchol activated filters they are under glovebox,remove panel in footwell and the filters are to the right.slide off the clips and pull out

Posted on May 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Fuel Filter, 2002 Toyota Tacoma

follow your fuel lines back from the injectors/carb it is a cylinder shapped unit should be at the top of the engine near the windscreen

Posted on Jun 06, 2009

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SOURCE: air conditioner only blows air on high doesnt blow on other setti

It is NOT the blower.
The problem is in the dashboard A/C blower switch. The switch is connected to a tri-resistor (3 resistor coils) which will vary the motor speed. Cost is about $10.
If you want to repair it yourself, you should purchase a repair book for your car at any ayto supply store ($30) or go to the reference department in your local Library (you have a card, right?)
You cannot check out a reference book, but you can photocopy the necessary pages (10 cents, maybe a quarter).
The repair procedure is not too difficult.
Total cost: $12.60 (including copies) or $45.

Don't be talked into replacing the fan motor.

Hope this helps!








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