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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rav4 gear problem
You need a new 5th gear- luckily this is easy to replace- I did it myself following online directions for 5th gear replacement. The 5th gear is not in the box with the other gears- its off to the side so you can access it very easily by removing the left front wheel. Just don't let the idler assembly come apart, lots of tiny parts and springs...
The 5th gear can ware out prematurely if you rest your hand on the shifter- do not rest your hand on the shifter in the future.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
As a quick test,fill-up the tank and do
not top off.
Monitor the stalling problem.
If you're starting OK until BELOW 1/3 of the tank then it's a weak/failing fuel pump
Are you topping off the tank (MAX OUT) of while you're filling?
The emission control system can soak with gasoline if you over fill.
Locate the emission line that lead to the charcoal canister and let it air out under direct sunlight.
After 1-2 hours,reconnect the line and use starting fluid to start the car.
After 10 minutes of warm up time,then take it for a short test drive.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
okay.how would the injectors have anything to do with the vehicle stability control/4wd.??if it were injectors at such a low mileage you would feel a real lack of power.now as toyota own diahatsu you could save yourself a fortune if you ask them to diagnose a fault!!to check vsc is working put car in 2nd and floor the pedal turning as tight a circle you can brave.it should stop the inside wheels from screaming....to check 4wd do the same and you will feel the car trying to pull itself apart.you will see what i mean.!!!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Here are two of the most common causes of the check engine light.
Most common, MAF ( mass air flow ), sensor. A faulty MAF prevents the computer from determining the correct fuel/air mix ratio.
Oxygen sensor. ( front and rear, front meaning before the catalytic converter, rear meaning after the catalitic converter. The front measures the fuel/air mix being sent through the catalitic converter, the back measures the emmisions and lets the computer know if any fuel/air mix ratios need to be adjusted. Both of these can trigger the check engine light.
I hope this helps you.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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