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Toyota Corona ST171-R

I`m frm malaysia,
My car is toyota corona 2.0 GLi 1990 model.
Engine model ST171-
Problem is the sensor vaccum relay was burnt, when i turn air-cond on, engine rpm became unconsistently,
I was refer it with toyota service centre here, the part can get from japan.
Can you recommend me the nearest that i can get that thing. I`m not sure The part number.
If you got any solution kindly e-mail me to javselangor@yahoo.com.
Thank you and best regards.

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I have a unit of this model, last time i also face to this problem.Maybe you can try to make the aircond delay system out of the main ECU control. this is the way i solved the problem.

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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