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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can buy a battery with as many cca as you like as long as the battery fits your battery box. The cca is how long you can crank motor befor you run out of power If you can get a 700-750 cca battery you will be fine. But you could do with a 450-500cca battery if you want. But I wouldn't go less than that especially if your running the v8
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
most likley its going to be an one of three things if it is a 1MZ-FE engine #1 air flow meter #2 IAC Valve #3 EGR valve hope this helps
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
if the lighter works its probably not a fuse. to find your fuse box look on the driver side kick panel by your left foot or in the dash. if the lighter is working youll have to replace the light do this by pulling the ash tray out of the cradle there should be a wire that plugs into the back of the tray twist it out usually counter clockwise and this will expose the light. pull the light out repace with a fresh bulb and your in business.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
Welcome to FixYa. I'll be glad to help you out.
Code P-1150 indicates an Air-Fuel sensor range/performance issue.
The air fuel sensor is similar to an oxygen sensor, but it does a different job.
Without in-depth analysis on a scan tool that can read the output of the A/F sensor, it is hard to tell you exactly what is happening, but prior experience indicates that you probably need to replace the A/F sensor.
You would do well to purchase a genuine Toyota A/F sensor, as the cheaper 'aftermarket' units do not perform well; your check engine light may remain on after you replace the sensor with an aftermarket
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Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Have you checked any fuses? Does the climate control light up? If not then in the under hood fuse box (left of drivers side) check the ECU-B fuse should be 7.5 amp. Check the heater fuse in the fuse box inside the car it should be 15 amp. If the fuses are OK and only the clock is bad check out my site www.autoclockrepair.com I offer a repair service.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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