Question about 2006 Toyota Tacoma
Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor and Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor are combined into a single assembly which is called Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor. This MAF sensor is located on the air filter box near air filter hose, and is connected with a five wire connector. You cannot replace the IAT sensor alone. Instead a MAF sensor is replaced altogether.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Locate IAT sensor
Follow the plastic intake tubing from the air box. You will first come across the MAF sensor which is located right next to the airbox. Keep following the tubing. You are looking for a small sensor plugged into the tubing. It should only have a two wire plug to it.
If you cant find it then look on the intake manifold itself, and if it is not there then it is built into the MAF sensor.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
There is not enough flow at the sensor for a second oil filter. The sensor is at a dead end in the oil gallery. I recommend that you persue other options here. If you are concerned about oil contamination, don't be. There is nothing better than the factory filter...Look into adding more oil capacity; Look into an engine oil cooler; there is really no need for a second filter.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
SOURCE: noisy speedometer
The click you are hearing might be a dry speedometer cable. Applying grease to the inner cable will most likely help this problem. The problem is getting to the cable behind the speedometer/dash panel. You can also get to the cable from under the truck. if you crawl under the truck and look at the smaller end of the transmission, you will see the cable screwed into the tail piece of the transmission. Remove the cable from the transmission and pull the inner cable out of the outer cable. The inner cable is what spins and causes the speedometer to turn. Take regular wheel bearing grease in the palm of your hand and slid the inner cable through the grease then put the inner cable back in the outer cable. When the inner cable gets to the back of the speedometer, you will have to slowly turn the cable and give a slight pressure inward to seat the inner cable into the speedometer.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
SOURCE: Can you tell me what
The wires going into the MAF are as follows: White/Red = Ignition voltage Blue/Black = E2 Black/White = E2G Yellow/Green = THA (This is the IAT signal to the PCM) Gray = VG
The wires going into the MAF are as follows:
White/Red = Ignition voltage
Blue/Black = E2
Black/White = E2G
Yellow/Green = THA (This is the IAT signal to the PCM)
Gray = VG
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
It is mounted in the transmission bellhousing. If you can follow the engine control computer wires, they will lead you to the side of the bellhousing that the crankshaft sensor is on. If you have purchased the sensor, then it will be easy to spot as you will have an idea of what you are looking for.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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