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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
How is it they cannot tell u wutthe probem is? That's odd. Ur telling me no diagnosticprocedure was done to the vehicle? I have a manual for a toyota vehcil with some codes. I think the same 44 would govern most toyota veicles. When I I get hom I'm gonna check and c wut it is and get bak to u
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
More than likely you have some bent valves which can lead to alot of money to fix. If you can do it yourself try to find a wrecked one or one with a bad bottom end and just get there cylinder heads and put on your motor with a new timing belt.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
My KZTE Double Cab Bakkie (Utlity vehicle) comes with a Factory fitted central locking system
Yesterday the Remote would not un-lock the vehicle. The battery in the remote has been checked and seems ti be OK. I managed to open the vehicle (coat hanger through rubber on door method), when opening teh door the alarm went off (hooter etc). I placed the remote in the de-activating housing but it did not de-activate the alarm. I am now driving around with the flashers going for 20 seconds or so every time I open a door, but teh vehicle drives (I took out the hooter fuse to keep my sanity)..
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: i have a 1995 toyota
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If your engine cranks slowly, your cold starting problem is not fuel related, but may be due to a weak battery, loose or corroded battery cables, or a weak starter.This could also be fuel is not reaching the engine. Try to check/replace the fuel pump.
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Posted on Jul 16, 2011
Check the connection to crank sensor, if wiring is good and connection is clean then replace the crank sensor and reset the code, this is the first step, the computer could be a problem also but most times its the crankshaft sensor. good day
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
Testimonial: "The connections to the sensor were bad and the hard starting is gone.Thanks JB"
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