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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toyota timing belt
I just did mine last month. same year & eng. you should have a Chilton repair manual, but... The cams R marked. the marks go straight up on each. the crank has to be on TDC on compression stroke. put #1 piston up (front pass side) & feel for air pressure coming out with your finger to assure its on compression stroke. as you apply the belt, w/ the tentioner off, the cam marks will move out a hair & no longer be ligned up with the marks on the timimg cover backing plate. they will each be off about 1/8 away from the marks on the backing plate. some belts are marked with white lines that line up w/ marks on the pulleys. 610-905-4257 Barry
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 2000 toyota
When putting 4wd in gear, put the vehicle in reverse, then a forward gear and the system should engage fine. The flashing should stop and it will be in 4WD. I had the same problem but it's an old trick that works with 4WDs. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
at 50,000 miles there is really no need. i would wait and save up that money and do a transmission flush 7- 10 quarts of toyota f-type fluid can be costly but a flush removes all of the fluid and garnish along with any fine shavings (normal wear and tear) out of the tranny and replaces it with new clean fluid. normal intervals would be at about 80-100,000 miles. you should be able to find preventative maintenance schedules in your owners manual. if not any repair facility would have it on their computer.
Posted on May 30, 2009
There is a heater core bypass pipe that runs from the block (under the manifold) to the bacl of theengine where you will see a flat rectangular "sheet metal" thing with a pipe coming out of it. The a rubber hose connects. You need to pull the top air plenums and intake to get to it. The p[ipe flange bolts to the block with silicone rtv as a sealant.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
The firing order for your 1995 Toyota 4Runner V-6, is 1-2-3-4-5-6 and the distributor rotation is counterclockwise. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
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