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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tacoma 4x4 not engaging
Do you have all 4 tires matched to each other? If you have 1 worn and 3 new, expect problems. Also, 2 tires on the front from 1 mfgr and 2 on the rear from a different mfgr will cause no 4WD. If all 4 tires match, put it in 4WD and tap on the transfer case and the front shift mechanism on the front axle. One or the other may be stuck, assuming that the 4WD fuse is good. The fuse is in the fusebox under the dash.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: replace starter
Disconnect the battery, then crawl under the truck and locate the starter, remove the plug going to the solenoid (small brown lead w plastic clip) . then the power wire that goes from the battery to the main starter terminal (12 mm nut) locate the 2 starter bolts 14 mm and unbolt the starter and remove. install in reverse order. ON the 4 wheel drives you may need to remove the skid plates over the bottom of the engine to access the starter.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
remove the tire
Remove the caliper- two bolts in back, could be torx or allen
remove the bracket that holds the caliper- two bolts in back
remove the rotor, with hammer if nessissary
remove the big nut holding the shaft in the middle of bearing
there are three or four bolts that are in back that hold the bearing on the spindle remove these
use a screw driver and chisel to pry the bearing out of the spindle, you will have too beat on them so use an old screw driver. If the new bearing comes with the hub, then you can beat on the hub and knock it out. be careful because your limited on space and it is easy to hit something that you don't want to hit. If the new bearing doesn't come with the hub, you will have to have it pressed out and in. about twenty bucks at a garage.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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