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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YOU CAN GO TO ANY ADVANDED AUTO PARTS AND THEY CAN HOOK UP A OBD2 SCANNER, WE THEY DO ASK THEM TO RESET THE LIGHT FOR YOU.. THIS IS A FREE SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC..GOOD LUCK KEITH..
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
If you were told to rebuild the transmission by the same people who fixed it the first time, DO NOT go to them. First of all, if a rebuild was the case, they would have said that the first time you went in there. Keep a hand on your wallet. Ask around first please, these things happen all of the time. About the transmission problems, I have not heard of this before. Good Luck to you, however.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks that is exactly what we have decided to do.. was told it could also be a computer problem"
Hello.... First the bad news... Air Conditioning systems do not have a reset. Now the good news... The system could have shutdown due to low fluid... There is a pressure sensing switch in the line that respond to the "Low Fluid" condition.The reason it does that is so that the compressor does not get damaged and cause all sorts of other problems...
The fix... If it has shutdown due to low fluid the system needs to be serviced and it will start working as good as new... Take it to a repair shop with the proper equipment..
Hope this helps.....
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
I called my local toyota dealer ship and got the trd struts for the pedistal spoiler. then with something holding the lid open, there are two clips, one on each end, that need to be pulled with a flat tip. on the new ones pull the same clip out a little and pop on the bottem first then the top. Then do the other side.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
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