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Look under the hood. There is a diagram located either on the hood itself or elsewhere that is easily seen when standing in from=nt of the car looking at the engine compartment with the hood up

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 19, 2014

I don't know your model year very well, but I'd look carefully at the EFI main relay and its base. In Toyotas the base sometimes breaks underneath.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 12, 2014

Check the pedal switch that engages the lights. There is a button switch when your brake pedal travels down that turns the brake lights on. If the switch is defective or miss-aligned your brake lights wont turn on.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 09, 2014

Then you have over filled it and that a heck of a mess to do at home. Take it to an oil change place have them look t it

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 09, 2014

buy a retro fit valve for 9 bucks on ebay, then 35 bucks for new freon at walmart and go on your way. If it does not work, you need to replace the ac system anyway and probably won't, like I did not, and just drive with no ac.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on May 31, 2014

Replace relay under hood in engine compartment.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on May 30, 2014

The cooling fan keeps running with the key on because the temperature switch on the bottom of the radiator is bad, the switch has an electrical connector with two wires on it, remove the connector, put a jumper wire between the two terminals if the fan stops replace the switch.
If you have the problem with the interior heater fan let me know, not sure which fan you mean.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on May 29, 2014

If you want to remove an anti theft nut because you have misplaced the correct adaptor ,then tyre shops use a socket that is just slightly smaller than the nut and hit it in with a heavy hammer to make it's own flats then undo the socket which generally removes the nut. Only problem is that the nut will be no good when you get it off

1989 Toyota... | Answered on May 27, 2014

Dextron III

1989 Toyota... | Answered on May 15, 2014

It's likely either the distributor or the starter.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on May 07, 2014

hi. see if it as a relay in the circuit. most car lighting these day have
relays. mines got loads. good luck

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 26, 2014

The thermostat may be your problem. Remove the thermostat and check to see that it's closed. Put the thermostat in hot water. The thermostat should be open when the water is near boiling. If the thermostat is OK, the temperature sensor may be faulty.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014

sparkplugs, air filter change and oil change.

pretty simple, took me about an hour to do everything.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014

chek your selector locks and synchronizers for number 5

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014

Not a fuse when a fuse is bad there is no intermittent function at all most likely a bad relay either starter or ignition unfortunately relays cannot be tested you just have to replace them and see if it fixes the problem relays are located in fuse boxes. If replacing the relays doesn't work then the starter solenoid is bad. Be sure to check all battery wires for tightness or corrosion, mainly the ground (black wire) there should be a ground to the body from the battery and the engine block good luck hope this helps

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 12, 2014

Try starting it with the shift lever in neutral, if it starts, the transmission switch is bad (automatics), or with the key to start position move the shift lever thru the range of gears. If a stick shift and the clutch pedal must be pressed down, the clutch switch may be going out if intermittent starts

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 12, 2014

I'd try replacing the temperature sender in the engine block.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 10, 2014

43 is starter no signal. and 71 EGR signal to low

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 22, 2014

facing the pulley, it's a normal right hand tread, RHT.
right tighty , lefty loosey.
CCW = loose.
CW = tighter.

left hand bolts are rare on cars.
my VW has LHT axle bolt.

1989 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 23, 2014

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