Question about 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser
Computer Box, Try to reset all the connector maybe the it may have lost contact. Misplace high tension wires check the arrangement
1, 4 , 3, 2 net time before pulling the high tension better make a marker.
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toyota previa petrol smell
I had similar problem some months ago it turned out to be the pipe under wheel arch (corroded) where cap filler is.
my problem was solved by replacing pipe which is connected to rubber pipe fixed to tank and filler hose from filler cap.
tools neede llong large cross head screwdriver, small socket set ( 12 mm , 13mm , 14mm) 150 mm extension bar. to remove bracket bolts
possibly some new pipe clips as others may be corroded.
you will need to jack up car and remove wheel to gain access.
took me about 1 hr, somebody with competent DIY skills should be able to deal in couple of hrs
check with dealer as there are two different pipes on different models one is longer.
my one was the one with the piggybacked overflow pipe.
small hands are advantage
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
i would first check the timing and if that does not fit i would take the cover back off and look at the belt for a bad or missing tooth
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
SOURCE: misfire/boggin down/shaking
If you cleaned the mass air flow sensor (MAF) and your still getiing the problem. You may have to replace it. But before you go there. Strat the car and listen for a lond hissing sound by the throttle body area. If you hear it you have find it .You can hunt down a vacuum leak with a propane tester and watch a tach gauge for for increase RPM's when leak is detected.
Ignition system checks are a little tricky and time consuming. Its easier to use a scopemeter and look for the bad cylinder.
What I believe is you need a new MAF its presenting a rich condition
condition and its being reported as a bad air /fuel ratio.
A rich condition could lead to misfiring.
use the shop manual to conduct the electrical tests needed on the MAF.
If it fail any of them reolace it . Good luck and keep me posted
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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