Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Next to the hitch if it's got one it could be in the rear compartment as a cable.
Posted on Feb 09, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The best place to connect the wiring is behind the left trim in the boot, there is a grey socket which has all that you need except the fog which can be located in the wiring loom to the left light unit.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: connecting a towbar
The first thing to do is not to guess at what wires do what. Go to the hardware store and pick up a tester that has only one test prong. They usually have a battery in them. put the tester in the connector terminals and test one at a time. These little tester require you to be somewhat grounded like leaning your arm against some metal on the car. if you can't find somewhere to ground your self, then run a small wire from the negative battery post/wire and wrap the bare wire around your finger. Turn on which ever item you want to test first. When you find the wire that is hot9lights up the tester) then plug in to one of the tow bar wires. you should avoid plugging in a ground wire. You can usually trace which one is the ground wire. Another way to trace which is the ground wire is to use a continuity tester. Put on tester lead on the frame of the tow bar and the other lead on a tow bar connector wire and you should get a light on the tester when you find the one that is the ground wire and then mark that connector wire so you don't connect any of your hot wires to it.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 26, 2010
you might need to take it to a dignostics centre to get to the bottom of the problem. Is there an engine check error showing on the dash board?
I suspect that your car's suspension or the gear box has a problem. In the meantime, whenever you stop (say at a traffic light), change the gear to Neutral (N) temporarily and then back into gear when you want to move. Also, you should have your fuel injector checked, this can also cause jerking.
I hope you get it checked soon. Safety first.
Posted on Oct 04, 2011
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