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Where is the compressor control relay on a 1994 toyota pickup 4 cyl ?

A/c comressor and blower motor inop.

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SOURCE: Remove and replace 1994 Toyota pickup starter

disconnect battery ..remove skid plate..remove battery/ignition wire from starter (2 nuts)..remove starter bolts(2 )

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SOURCE: Correct Firing Order for 1994 Toyota Camry 2.2L 4 cyl.

1-3-4-2

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SOURCE: the motor stop when i give gaz

i take it you have a 22re engine you must replace the fuel filter in a precarious position under the intake manifold

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SOURCE: replace alternator for 1994 toyota 4 cyl. pickup

I've found the bolt that the alternator pivots on to be not much fun. A small palm type ratchet has been helpful. Here's an online manual's alternator section: http://myweb.dal.ca/is353832/93fsm/charging/3generato.pdf

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SOURCE: have a 1993 toyota pickup 4 cyl heater blower

Hi!
To find out if your problem is the blower motor or the blower resistor or switch perform the following tests.
BLOWER RESISTOR

  • Remove resistor from vehicle or disconnect resistor wiring.
  • Using an ohmmeter, ensure continuity exists between blower resistor terminals No. 1 and 4. See Fig.
  • If continuity is not as specified, replace resistor.
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BLOWER SPEED CONTROL SWITCH 1kbron_27.gif

Switch Position (1) Continuity Between Terminal No.
  1. OFF (1)
  2. LO 5 & 6
  3. (D) (2) 1, 5 & 6
  4. (D) (3) 2, 5 & 6
  5. HI 5, 6 & 8

(1) With switch in any position, continuity should exist between terminals No. 3 and 4 for heater control illumination. With switch in OFF position, continuity should not exist between any other terminals. (2) Circle (D) closest to LO position. (3) Circle (D) closest to HI position.


HEATER RELAY
  • Remove heater relay.
  • Using an ohmmeter, ensure continuity exists between heater relay terminals No. 1 and 3, and between terminals No. 2 and 4.
  • Ensure continuity does not exist between terminals No. 4 and 5. If continuity is not as specified, replace relay.
  • Ground terminal No. 3, and apply battery voltage to terminal No. 1. Ensure continuity exists between terminals No. 4 and 5.
  • If continuity is not as specified, replace relay.
BLOWER MOTOR
  • Disconnect blower motor wiring harness connector.
  • Apply battery voltage to motor side of connector. Motor should operate smoothly.
  • If motor operation is not smooth, replace motor.

BLOWER MOTOR REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Disconnect negative battery cable.
  2. Remove glove box, if necessary.
  3. Disconnect blower motor and resistor connectors.
  4. Remove 3 screws and blower motor.
  5. To install, reverse removal procedure. See Fig.

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HEATER BLOWER WIRING DIAGRAM 1kbron_30.gif

Heater Relay is located on the Relay Block, Front Right Side Of Engine Compartment
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Posted on Nov 23, 2010

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