It is a 1999 Toy Rav4. The device is a cylinder shaped object that is in two pieces. There are magnets at the end of the device and it clamps around the fuel line and tightens down. Theory is it helps to break the molecules of the gasoline apart to help it burn more efficiently.
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Absolutely NOT! There are not many vehicles on the road that actually require premium fuel. Typically only high end vehicles due. Although the Aurora was Oldsmobile's finest, it does not rank with BMW, Lexus, Mercedes, Uppercrust Cadillacs. Save your money and stick with midgrade.
IN your distributer under the rotor is a magnet and a pickup coil (the magnet is known as a pole piece) check your pickup coil for corrsion (green in color) and the module and also check pole piece for cracks in the magnet where the rivets hold it together. sometimes oil wicks up around the distributer shaft because of housing wear or the pieces just wear out over time.
Hi is the steering straight when you parked the car?
you may have to turn the steering all the way to the way they are facing and hold it there while jiggling the key. if you wheels are not straight when you parked then it sometimes will not let you remove the key.
It's quite common on this these cars.
Hope this helps
The Magnets don't work, and they have a negative effect on the fuel line. The magnetic field promote corrosion on the fuel line, the best saving device is a light foot and maintenance. Replacing the fuel and air filters and keeping the MAF sensor and Throttle body cleaned will be the best thing you can do. Good luck
e most common problem is the spring on the fuel door breaks off. Have someone pull on the release cable handle, insert a credit card or something like that under the edge of the gas door, see if it will open that way. If it opens, look at the hinged end, you will probably see a piece of plastic, which holds a piece of bent springy metal. If the bent piece of metal is missing, you need to buy another at a Toyota dealer parts dept. If the bent piece of metal IS there, bend it further open to increase the tension. Try this, & if neither helps, get back to me for further info.