Question about 1989 Toyota 4Runner
Toyota SURF SSR Ltd 4WD. Two (solenoid?) clicks heard when moving transfer lever to L4 or when switching electric switch to 4WD, but front wheels don't drive in either case. What is the most likely fix - a replacement electric actuator coil on the transfer case or a major transmission overhaul? Otherwise drives well.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like it needs a recharge but to check Find the pressure saftey switch in the engine bay usualy on the aircon compressor or close to the reciever/drier,join the two wires together and pump will work.This is usualy a test to see if pressure is lost from the system and the switch is there to protect the pump etc.Its not a long term fix and if there is no pressure at all due to leak it will damage the pump if used for too long.Anyway good luck with it.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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