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You have codes for a failed exhaust converter,PO420,EVAP System problem PO440,Incorrect Purge Flow PO441,Evap Vent Control issues,PO446 Your car is all messed upThat should have been all checked, BEFORE you spent timein line for inspectionIf all the codes are for real & not a false reportYou will need new spark plugs,ignition & fuel checked,new exhaust converters,new evap purge valve,new evapvent solenoid & possibly vacuum leaks resolvedYou either bought someones neglected vehicle or neverdo a thing but drive itMay be easier to get a different vehicle,your repair billwill start at $1,000 & go up, from not being proactive & takingcare of what is required in owning any vehicle (lack of knowledge)You will need the oxygen sensors also & no, they won't fix theamount, of what appears to be several failed items, all at one timeSo much for Toyota being better than other vehicles

2002 Toyota... • Answered on May 06, 2020


check your battery and alternator. make sure the battery connection not lose and the alternator giving the charging.

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Dec 01, 2019


I have the same problem here in Canada. I have tried the techniques that come with the book, but to no avail.(factory Homelink, with 3 buttons)

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Nov 25, 2019


Could be a relay or temperature sensor. If you are good at troubleshooting, you could apply voltage directly to fan to ensure it works. If it does, you will have to start checking other components.

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Jul 11, 2019


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2002 Toyota... • Answered on Feb 26, 2019


Try disconnecting the battery again, only the + side. Wait for 3-5 min before hooking back up. Turn the switch on but not over, then start the car after a few seconds.

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 21, 2019


Sometimes a low battery or dead one can erase idle parameters in the computer memory. Also for 2002 to 06 the electric throttle position sender at the top of the gas pedal is very slightly adjustable. Loosen the nut and see if there is enough slot there to bring your idle up a hair.

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Dec 15, 2018


For 2002 to 06 the sender at the top of the gas pedal is very slightly adjustable. Loosen the nut and see if there is enough slot there to bring your idle up a hair.

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Dec 15, 2018


You did get the right part ??? Installed and hooked "everything" back up exactly where it went???,You did disconnect battery "before" you worked on it right ??, and in doing so , the computer's brain will norm. take some driving time to adjust itself to the car again and unless you had another system break down , it should clear it self 5-15 miles...by the way ,... what caused the part failure???, do you change oil as recommended ???

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Nov 14, 2018


Headlamp relay stuck closed ,maybe. or BCM - body control module problem . Do you know how these systems work ? Headlamp switch is an input to the BCM , BCM energizes the headlamp relay to turn on headlamps .

2002 Toyota... • Answered on May 07, 2018


is it more of a whomp whomp whomp noise that varies frequency depending on speed ? Could be a worn wheel bearing They are a sealed unit if it is a wheel bearing .

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Mar 04, 2018


indicates that the fan is not drawing air through the radiator at idle or low road speeds If viscous fan hub --replace it if electric fans check coolant temp sensor 2 fuses , relay . fans . ECM

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Feb 23, 2018


Have you checked for vacuum leaks? They are a common cause for surging. there's about a dozen of them. :( with a cool/cold engine... and with the engine running, and a can of carb clean in hand.. spirt some carb cleaner by the hoses/ connections when the engine revs up you have located the bad connection/hose. Maybe someone else also has some ideas. But that's where i'd start. Best to you.

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Feb 22, 2018


Try changing your fuel filter

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 18, 2018


Should be able to insert a flathead screwdriver at the back end and lightly pry up to pop it out

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 11, 2018


You need the powertrain control module scanned for fault codes and the fuel pressure tested.

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Jan 07, 2018


you have to specific in the make , model , year and equipment type you problem indicates seized bearings in the rubber mounts at the top end of the struts and you are actually trying to twist up the springs the new rack fixed for a short period of time eliminates the power steering pump It could be the steering column joints are dry and seizing up as well ( dead spots when turning the wheel indicates joints not turning freely0

2002 Toyota... • Answered on Dec 25, 2017

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