Question about 2002 Toyota 4Runner
P1126 code on 02 4Runner. Replaced throttle body since P1126 indicated Magnetic Clutch Circuit and can not purchase just the throttle motor/clutch circuit. If I disconnect the battery and wait a few minutes then reconnect, I can drive for a few miles with no problems. However, after a few miles, engine lights come on, pedal goes limp and P1126 pops back up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem probably is in the contacts of the spiral cable Where it is plugged in. if so, the part will have to be replaced. it is pretty easy to do if you can get the steering wheel off, pretty much just unplug it, and remove the clip that holds it to the steering shaft
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
check the helper spring on the clutch pedal. You'll have to get down in the driver's footwell and using a flashlight look at the mechanism while you push the pedal down (and pull up). If the spring isn't missing or broken and everything looks okay, then change the clutch master cylinder. The piston in the cylinder is probably binding due to corrosion in the bore. I have an 1986 and had the same problem. Changing the clutch master cylinder fixed it.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
Hi. Let me try to lend you a bit of assistance, also.
My fellow expert Benimur is very correct with his input to you.
But...Air does not get into your clutch hydraulics unless the fluid has leaked out at some point. As long as the cylinders and tubes are intact, I would doubt that air is the issue. Short of pulling the transaxle, and inspecting the clutch, there is really no other way to determine your issue properly.
Personally, I think that you haven internal problem with the clutch assembly. It could be worn fingers on the clutch plate, a worn clutch disc, or something as simple as the throwout bearing is hanging up on the input shaft collar.
If Beni's suggestions does not help, you are going to need to pull the trans off, and inspect the clutch items mentioned above.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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there is Engine sizes>> 2.0 L, 2.3L ,2.5L .& 3.0L along with the Different Models. I / We Need A Little More DETAIL in your Explination of SYMPTOM you are Having with your Vehicle. I / We Woule Like to Help in a Fast and Eficient Manner with your Help We CAN Do This THANK YOU.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2009
This is the electronic control module to keep the idle of the revs correct it also allows the correct amount of fuel to air mixture the car needs to run. some are called EGR some are ICV idle control valve
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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