Question about 2004 Toyota Highlander
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: water in the resevoir is boiling
Blown head gasket, blocked radiator, faulty rad cap, not pressurising eg hole som where, fan not turning correctly, 4M series have a bad habit of corroding the head. if incrrect coolant mixing...
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
The 7MGE has 2 separate valve covers/gaskets with 8 screws holding each cover that will loosen over time.
Find the phillips screws holding on the covers and retighten snugly by hand do not overtighten!
Pull plug boots/wires by the boot not the wire and use paper towels or rags on a long screwdriver etc to absorb the oil from the wells.
Carefully clean plug boots with spray brake cleaner (avoid spraying anything but the boot) and let dry.
Apply 100% silicone grease to inner boot before reinstalling to allow future removal without damage.
If your engine is particularly dirty you may need to remove the covers first and clean all mating surfaces then reinstall.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
it will be in the line itself, the larger line, it will look like an inflater for a tire,should have a black plastic cap on it
Posted on May 11, 2009
Where had you checked spark first? Is the distributor turning? This can be checked by removing the distributor cap and making sure the shaft is turning as the engine cranks. Have you checked that there is spark at the plugs? The ignition coil could be weak and still produce some spark but not enough to start the engine. Be cautious of all rotating belts and pulleys around the engine while working under the hood.
Posted on May 19, 2011
Hi, I have circled the fuse in question. If the fuse is burned, the problem may be due to an improperly wired aftermarket stereo. If you have an aftermarket stereo and this fuse keeps burning, please get back to me.
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
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