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What is the sensor or switch that is on the bottom of the intake manifold of a 1986 toyota pickup 22r carb.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seems there is some kind of air entering the carburator where its not required to do so or the idling soleniod switch is malfunctioning, thus not allowing the air to enter for the engine to idle .
Also recheck the vaccum pipes if they are correctly refitted per the schematics under the hood.More over remove the idling switch and blow some air to the hole probabley theres some kind of obstruction over there .
Posted on May 06, 2009
I changed to one on my 99 Tacoma and it is a problem to get to. What I found is that I could get to the front of the filter through the wheel well. If you have a Pre-Runner you do not have to remove the tire, but if you have a standard Tacoma you will have to remove the left front wheel. This will allow you to reach the front of the filter. You can reach the rear of the filter from under the vehicle by reaching up through the space available. It is for sure not easy to get to so if you do not want to deal with it just pay someone else to do it. Horrible location for the filter.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
Sounds like a bad starter motor or a faulty / intermittent Earth connection. First check all the battery power and earth leads where they connect to the Battery Terminals, Engine, Starter Motor and Body. If possible disconnect, clean thoroughly by removing any corrosion or paint, with a wire brush or coarse sond paper, that could cause a poor connection, and reconnect making sure all are tight.
Try tapping the starter with a hammer or tyre lever while the starter is operated. If it works then it means that the brushes in the starter are worn out or the solenoid is not making proper contact to switch the high current required. Auto electricians will usually have exchange units available for replacement.
Sounds like a bad starter motor or a faulty / intermittent Earth connection.
First check all the battery power and earth leads where they connect to the Battery Terminals, Engine, Starter Motor and Body. If possible disconnect, clean thoroughly by removing any corrosion or paint, with a wire brush or coarse sond paper, that could cause a poor connection, and reconnect making sure all are tight.
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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Posted on Dec 07, 2010
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