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Engine Won't Crank Due To Starter on Toyota Paseo ... My car is turning over, getting gas and all my spark plugs have fire, but it will not start. Wh... 1993 Toyota Paseo ...car won't start, problem isn't starter but i think it's in the wiring. i can start ...
Usually you wouldn't connect a vacuum hose to the air filter, but if its a DIY job your after you would need to get the male connectors and some other hardware to do a custom job (drilling required) otherwise to have the same effect you could just connect a vacuum hose to the Intake Manifold or throttle body.
The Intake manifold usually has some spare slots for small vacuum hoses.
To locate follow the air filter box tube back to the throttle body, the throttle body, the intake is directly off this and connects to the engine. see diagram
First check and make sure your gas cap is tight, if this does not resolve the problem read below.A vacuum hose has become disconnected, more than likely due to having
your air filter replaced. The VSC and Check engine light typically don't
come on until after 150-200 miles after the vacuum hose was pulled out The fix: on the right-hand-side of the engine compartment behind the big
plastic housing that holds the air filter you will find a black rubber
hose that is not connected to anything. Squeeze the finger clamp on the
hose and slide the hose back onto the half inch nipple on the back of
the air filter's plastic housing In order for the VSC and Check engine light to be turned off, you will
need to open the fuse box, right-side of the engine compartment, and
pull the 20 amp EFI fuse for 10 seconds. This will reset the system. The
fuse location is marked on the lid of the fuse box, also I believe the
EFI fuse is the only 20 amp fuse.(and after you're sure nothing is really wrong with your
car), try resetting the "maintenance required" display by setting first
your ODO display to the ODO setting. Turn off your engine. While
pressing and holding down the ODO button, turn your key to the ON
position. The display will do this weird blinking action then it'll go
back the ODO reading. No more "maintenance required" display.
If the gas pedal moves freely and is not sticking check for a vaccuum leak. This car has many small vaccuum hoses. When rubber is that old it cracks. Should be an easy fix just replace any old cracked hoses.
the hose going to the condensor should be hot, this means the compressor is working . The cooling fan should be on ,confirm air flow is not restricted.also make sure the heat is shutting off by pinching off a heater hose.
AFTER A VERY INVOLVED SEARCH, I WAS UNABLE TO FIND INFO ON CORRECT PLACEMENT OF ALL OF THE VACUME HOSES ON MY '92 PASEO.
LAST RESORT, I WENT TO THE TOYOTO SERVICE CENTER. THEY WHERE HAPPY TO GIVE ME A DIAGRAM OF ALL THE HOSES.
THE CAR RUNS GREAT NOW. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INQUIRY.
ps i live on a small rock in the middle of the pacific, kauai. limited resources.
make sure your hose from the idle air control (IAC) valve, on the throttle intake, is not leaking. i just went through this myself. it is a small hose that connects to a nipple directly next to the thermostat housing, and the other end goes to the nipple of the IAC. you may not even notice a leak. if this doesnt fix it, the IAC is probably shot. also, make sure your coolant is topped off with the heater on before you do ANY of this. toyotas are seriously "coolant-dependent" trucks, and sometimes that is all that is needed. hope this helps