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This is a difficult question because there are a few things that can cause the problem if it won't shift into overdrive..?..Marty was correct about the relay if that is all you wanted to know...However most won't shift properly to overdrive if vehicle is not at correct operating temp...meaning faulty coolant temp.sensor or improper opening of the thermostat..some also have an altitude sensor...You have to be on the open highway also ...as in a freeway...I'm sure you know that...Make sure you have correct trans fluid level with no leaks..,let vehicle run for 30 minutes before driving...make sure temp gauge is at operating temp before driving ..Try these simple steps first to eliminate the obvious before buying many parts trying to guess the problem..You also need to know the exact size and type of trans you have..If nothing seems to work ..have it scanned at a dealership for codes and they will tell you the exact problem.Some parts stores have scanners but they are limited..Only a dealer scanner will scan everything.......This will save time and money.....Take this advice because many of these Toyotas have the same problems however all don't have the same faulty component.........Good Luck...
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
There is a relay , located on pedal bracket
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes & no
Down load a service manual for your vehicle from this website
It will describe where everything is and how things work correctly
Posted on May 02, 2010
Remove the cover located at windshield base with flatblade screw driver or other prying device. Remove retaining bolt, then while prying under wiper arm where it is attached to wiper motor shaft, wiggle wiper arm side to side and up & down. Don't be scared.
Posted on May 22, 2010
you have a direct short the positave and neg from the battery to the starter motor are touching and would blow an 200 amp fuse,also it could be the starter motor but get it checked out as it could cause a fire.adrian,,,,,,
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
SOURCE: I HAVE A 1988 TOYOTA
The dash lights are controlled by the dimmer switch on the head lamp switch. Check under the dash to ensure nothing got accidentally unplugged. Also the plug in the back os the dash can come loose or a contact can burn up where it plugs in on high mileage cars and trucks. Some times you can clean the plug with a small brass brush and sometimes you have to replace the plug and or cluster depending how bad it is. Also most cars have more than one fuse box make sure to check them all.
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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