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HOW TO REPLACE/REPAIR FAN CONTROLL SWITCH 1994 TOY 4X4 STUCK IN THE OFF POSITION - WILL NOT MOVE

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Here's info to open the dash to replace the radio:
http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Toyota/PDF/869017.pdf

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

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How to videos of replacing waterpump on 1994 isuzu rodeo 3.2 ltr. 4x4


This procedure is not for the novice. The water pump is driven via the timing belt. It is recommended that the belt be replaced at the same time as the pump. There is serious risk of engine damage (valves/pistons) if you accidentally move the camshaft or crankshaft from proper alignment when removing or replacing the belt/pump, and it is extremely easy to do just that while trying to position the belt. Unless you are very skilled at engine repair, you should leave this one to someone who is skilled at it.

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My nissan sentra 2001 2.0 ac fan is stuck on blowing on my feet and defrost how do i fix this?


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I have a 1994 caprice,the ignition is stuck in


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My 1994 gmc will not engage in 4x4


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The air flow vent is stuck on defrost mode. when i switch to a/c or face/floor no air is directed out. the fan seems to be working fine


The air direction is vacum controlled. If you have 4X4 and ESOF ( switch in the cab) then you need to inspect the vacum lines that go to the hubs and possibly the hub seals. "default" position for air flow is the defrost position. If you DON'T have 4X4, and it's a diesel engine, inspect the vacum pump, If it's a gas engine then look at all the vacum lines from the intake manifold for a leak.

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I have an 1994 GMC sierra 1500 4x4 and it has a lever to shift it into 4x4 hi or lo or 2 hi. I can shift it into any position but my front tires do not turn only the back ones! what could be the problem??...


the front axel control solinoid is not working, it's on the right front side of the front axel, it most likely the cause [ commom problem]. it's easy enough to replace, it just unscrews from houseing. good luck.

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Key stuck in on position


the switch will not let you go back to off postion unless it sees you are in parkand or nutral, check that linkage and if its not that i would purchase a new key switch and replace it.

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1994 ford ranger 4.0 4x4 supercab


My wife just recently had a similar problem. She got stuck in the mud and put our 2004 F150 in 4x4 Low to get out. She didn't. Had to have AAA pull her out. She then left a bit later and the truck was still in 4x4 Low even after switching to 2WD. She even tried going backwards to get it to switch. So she called me frantically and I said I'd call her back. So I called our local Ford Repair shop and he gave me these instructions (loosely based on what the owner's manual says to do)

1. Start Vehicle
2. Switch to 4x4 Low
3. Put in Neutral
4. Switch to 4x4 High
5. Go in Reverse for a bit and then Forward a bit again
(You should now be in 4x4 High)
6. Put in Neutral
7. Switch to 2WD
You should now be good. If that didn't work, then try repeating step 5 after step 7.

Hope that helps, as it worked for us.

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Power Windows and locks


If it does not work at all check the fuse first (check fuse and relay in any case).

If fuse is ok, test the wirings, from switch to fuse box, and from fuse box to motor.

If there is no power from switch to fusebox, replace switch.

If there is no power from switch to motor, check wirings and fuse, and eventually replace them.

If there is power to motor, check that the glass is not stuck , byu removing door panel, if the motor is not working replace it.

Regards.

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