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if your vehicle has got rear drum brakes for the handbrake which i think it has then the brake shoes may be stuck to the drum try release the hand brake then hit the back of the brakeplate behind the rear wheels with a hammer it may release it

1998 Toyota Land... | Answered on Dec 14, 2017

Yes, of course! If their previous excessively expensive repair did NOT fix the vehicle, that is PROOF they were WRONG, and that they OWE you a REFUND for the INCORRECT part, AND it replacement labor! Complain to the Federal Trade Commission if they don't do something about their demonstrated INCOMPETENCE ... so far!

1998 Toyota Land... | Answered on May 16, 2017

This could be caused by several things: (1) Sensor is bad & ya they can and do go bad. (2) Your shocks may need to be replaced. (3)you would want to diagnose if you have a problem with your AHC.
Unfortunately, the only test I know of is to check if your globes are bad via the "Height Test".
I have no way of knowing whether the other components are bad or if my ride is standard / okay. I just have a gut feeling that it can be improved. At worse, you'll be extending the life of your AHC by reducing wear on it.
AHC height test.
Put vehicle in LOW. Mark fluid level in AHC reservoir.
Put vehicle in HIGH.
Number of graduations (ticks) on the reservoir from LO to HI should be at least 7. If less, your globes are shot and it's very expensive to replace.

1998 Toyota Land... | Answered on Apr 17, 2017

First and easiest possible fix: check and top off the engine oil *if* needed.

Beyond that - it may need a trained ear to determine the source.

1998 Toyota Land... | Answered on May 15, 2015

p0305 = Cylinder 5 misfire detected.
Check the coil wiring harness and connector plugs.

1998 Toyota Land... | Answered on May 09, 2015

The loader mechanism has a lot of moving parts that require some lubrication. The loader belt has probably stretched too much to transfer the necessary power from the motor to the loading tray. Find a local automotive radio repair shop near you to get an estimate for a repair.

1998 Toyota Land... | Answered on Dec 20, 2014

ebay, local parts store or Toyota.

1998 Toyota Land... | Answered on Sep 10, 2014

not really possible unless you have a broken crank shaft at the rear main bearing or if automatic then the flex plate has broken off around the flywheel bolts . The torque converter will hold the flex plate in position and if manual then the pressure plate on the throw out bearing will maintain the flywheel in position. Unless you are saying that the motor spins freely but will not start which is different . If that is the case check that the cam shaft is turning(broken timing belt) and bent valves.

1998 Toyota Land... | Answered on Jun 02, 2014

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