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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look at the back side of the headlamp assembly. There are a couple of ears that stick out, right above a small silver toothed wheel. Using a suitably long phillips screwdriver, insert the driver down into the 2 small ears, and then the screwdriver should contact the small toothed wheel. The ears provide the proper support for the screwdriver to mesh with the toothed gear. Spin the screwdriver, and the toothed gear should spin, also. Rotate the driver in whatever direction to adjust the lamp beam. This will gibe you what you need. Hope this helps; any questions; please repost.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
running lean bank one; suggest a bad 02 sensor on bank one,check engine light on? suppose so, or you would'nt have codes.may be a bad coil pack on bank one. it does'nt run without a backfire right? your best thing to do is this. check engine fire to plugs that supply fire to bank one,it may have a red fire to plugs on bank one side, but you need blue fire to plugs on bank one side.[the best spark to plugs will always be blue] you may only need to replace part of the engine coil pack, they will have numbers on them[coil pack] and which cylinders that they supply spark to. if i'm not mistaken, you will be looking from front of car, look on passenger side of motor for a bad spark plug, or may even be a worn spark plug wire,inspect your spark plug wires for a worn place where the wire is exposed to ground the spark from the spark plug. pull the spark plug out and check it for carbon build up also. for carbon build up, it will be covered with hard black substance. recommend if you do replace plugs, nepindenso, no ac plugs[cheap] no ac delso,cheap. the better the plug, the better the car runs with great mileage. hope this helps,merry christmas, and as always,if you need further assistance,please repost your question and an expert will be happy to assist!
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
SOURCE: check engine sign appeared on
Appears it is an Oxygen sensor error, they are located in the exhaust system, in the v6, that code indicates the second bank (but unsure which bank that is) Ideally you need to take the car in for service, or at least inspect the Oxygen sensors, the code indicates that teh heater element has failed.
Posted on May 06, 2011
SOURCE: Have 1999 Toyota Solara SLE
the part is located on top of the egr valve and has a electrical plug going to it........i would replace yhe egr valve assembly that has the sensor and the valve all in one due to age of the car and the mileage in case the egr valve is sticking and is holding the sensor open or is not letting it close all the way.......i hope this info will help you and if i can be in any further help let me know......let me and fixya know if i was ant help to you and a thumbs up would be greatly appreciated..........thanks and have a good day........
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
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