Question about Toyota RAV4
DLC connection failed scan result.
Sometime when that happens it does be a fuses,and make sure the pins is not bend all wires i good shape
Posted on Feb 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try changing the power steering oil, if you can access one of the hoses and disconnect one to drain, refil and try again, there are additives thet clean and lubricate as well
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
I have a 2001 STS that had the same problem - Service Engine light and returned the P0410 code. It ended up being a small rubber hose that had pulled off one of the plastic lines in the secondary air system. In fact, I just fixed this last night.
Pull off the top engine shield (the one covering the motor and the fuel injectors, not the plastic one at the front of the car) and look for loose lines, hoses or wiring.
Also - if you remove the shroud under the engine (you just have to pull out a bunch of plastic retaining plugs) you can get at the lower elements of the SAS. Look for loose lines, hoses or wiring.
You could be fortunate and just have a loose line. Does the caddie run OK?
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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