Question about 2006 Toyota Hilux 3.0
Runs perfect all the time hot engine, even up hills?
ever do a tuneup
do the 60,000 mile service points? or the 90?
bad running engines, do not want to start.
did you try the 2 tricks in the operators guide
1: crank with 10% throttle (helps finding stuck closed ISC valve)
2: crank it W.O.T? clears the flooding.
got idle problems , hot engine? too low, too high>? key symptoms.
got misfire up hills,
is the CEL glowing running > Check engine lamp
ever scan it? see if DTCs are stored??????????????????????????
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if it is automatic transmission try to start it in neutral, and see what happend, but if it come whit manual transmision, then check the cluth switch, you can by pass the switch and try to start it, if it works then replace the sw, but if not the look to see if there is a starter relay and replace it, most of this come wiht starter relay and they fail.
Posted on May 28, 2008
SOURCE: wiring hilux 2.4L diesel
check the feed on the back of the alternator (live), then check the engine earth if the truck has been lifted or raised the earth will be poor. try running an earth fron the exhaust studs to a chassis member.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
More than likely you have some bent valves which can lead to alot of money to fix. If you can do it yourself try to find a wrecked one or one with a bad bottom end and just get there cylinder heads and put on your motor with a new timing belt.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
get a Haynes manual. @$20 at autozone. money well spend as you will get lots of use from it if you work on your vehicle
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
you need to replace the starter contacts, you will need to remove the starter and in the starter there are "contacts" that wear out over time and will need to be replaced im sure if you google it there will be better repair tips on this
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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