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maybe fob is damaged, and wont open with key as it may be worn , do you have a spare key to try.

2007 Toyota... • Answered on Feb 16, 2016

Assuming you have inspected the shocks and there's no obvious leaks, cracks, tears, etc. The classic "bounce" test is to get on the corner you want to test (in this case, one side of the rear bumper) and jump up and down to get the corner bouncing, then hop off. The shocks should stabilize the car in one-and-a-half gyrations (so, when you hop off, it should go up, down, up and then stop bouncing). If it's more, shocks are starting to wear out. How it handles when driving is the other big indication. If it sways too much on sharp turns or dives too much when you break hard, those are signs that the shocks are starting to wear out, too.

2007 Toyota... • Answered on Sep 06, 2014

171 & 174--O2 Too lean each bank420 & 430-common Converter Codes usually forfailed converter,but your vehicle is sort of new445-Evap Purge Valve Circuit ShortedSorry about the short & poorly displayed codesI would be here all day telling you things as other experts do,just to make it look niceI suggest you google the codes & study themYou 2 upsteam O2 Sensors may have slowed down & setthe faults as they should be over 100,000 milesThe rear monitors are a bit of a mistery as the convertershould not be bad just yet or the 2 rear O2 sensorsThe evap code & purge valve you have to diagnose for sureWorking in you driveway with only a code reader,no experienceno factory manuals & charts to follow or test equipment,youhand cuffedI would only do the 2 front sensors based on mileage,check forany vacuum leaks & the purge valve may be the entire problembut only when that monitor runsYou really need professional scan software so you can take it for road test

2007 Toyota... • Answered on Dec 10, 2012

Might be the Resistor pack located close to the blower. Could be under the dash or under the hood, but always close to the blower itself. Usually has a flat connector with 4 or 5 wires, and two small screws holding in the duct. It may be a crispy critter. It happens... The blower moves air across it to keep it cool. The blower motor may be bad as well, or possibly the fan speed switch. May very well be the fuse for the blower as well. The blower connector may be loose. Let me know what you find.

2007 Toyota... • Answered on Dec 02, 2012

Check EngineTake your car into a service and have them run diagnostics.

2007 Toyota... • Answered on Jun 19, 2012

With your drivers door wide open and no key in the ignition, press the remote control buttons.....lock-unlock-lock....within one second and the alarm will come out of valet mode, which it's currently in right now.

Toyota Tacoma... • Answered on Apr 18, 2021

Here is the firing order • Front 1 3 5 of vehicle • Back of vehicle 2 4 6 • Since it a distriborless ignition the order is 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6

Toyota Tacoma... • Answered on May 21, 2020

You need to use a scan tool that will show you maf voltage when the throttle is opened and closed in order to determine if it is functioning. If that is not possible, just turn car on and once running, unplug maf. if nothing happens chances are the sensor is bad. if car shuts off or immediately runs very poorly and/or smoothes out right after plugging back in, then maf is fine and you have another issue.

Toyota Tacoma... • Answered on Apr 22, 2019

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Toyota Tacoma... • Answered on Apr 02, 2019

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