Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Took it back and they said that the sensor was could not be recalibrated that it would have to be replaced. That included taking the seat apart and replacing the sensor. Ok got it but looking at all the diagrams I didn't see any in the seat only attached to the bottom and seatbelts and such. Any ideas?
What they are talking about is replacing the seat sensor grid that measures the weight it is located directly under the seat covering.
Posted on Aug 15, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK. On the front edge of the seat bottom cushion, pull up hard, both sides. This will dislodge the 2 clamps that holds the seat cushion to the floor. Pull the seat cushion out & set it aside. You will now see the female latches bolted to the area where the rear of the seat cushion meets the rear seat back bottom. Remove the bolts (14 mm I think).
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
How many miles on the plugs and wires? Misfire can be caused by either plugs or wires, after that check the injector for that cylinder. Let me know what u find. Curt
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Sounds weird that this problem keep occurring over and over. Does it crack in the same spot every time?
Only two things I can think of that would cause this problem.
1. Extensive over heating, I've seen a exhaust manifold get glowing red hot because of a bad oxygen sensor.
2. Excessive Vibration. The whole exhaust line to the back of the car is moving around too much or too stiff. The exhaust line needs to move around enough to take the movement/vibration of the engine. I would check out for bad motor mounts and worn out exhaust pipe mounts.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Sounds like you have a vacuum leak, a problem with the wiring, or a bad PCM. Check wiring for pinched, chafed, pierced, or broken wires. Make sure vacuum supply is good, and not collapsing when the vehicle is running. Beyond that, a trip to the dealer may be in order.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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