Question about 1998 Toyota 4Runner
Most toyotas you have to bridge terminals TE1 and E1 with a jumper wire or paper clip of the diagnostic connector.Found either near the left shock tower (in the engine compartment), next to the master cylinder,or near the fuse/relay box (also in the engine compartment) After you bridge the terminals, you turn the key to the on position, and count the number of flashes of the check engine light. This will indicate the trouble code #. P.S. I have always found Autozone.com to be quite helpful. You can enter your yr/make /model and view online Chiltons manuals. For Free. Good Luck.
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