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THAT WAS MY SOLUTION ALSO, A PINCHED, OR BROKEN WIRE. USE A TEST LIGHT TO SEE IF YOU HAVE POWER TO ALL WIRES LEADING TO TAILLIGHTS. L/S, R/S,TURN SIGNALS, ETC.CHECK ALL WITH TESTLIGHT.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 14, 2011


Should not take more than three hours with a sublet flywheel machine.Some places may quote a little more for any unexpected problems due to being an old car, but the actual charged price should be less if there are no problems.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 13, 2011


Hello
Please provide the engine type in the car, L4 or V6.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 27, 2011


theres a couple of things to check for this first generation series,, check the Air flow meter connector FP terminals, and intake tube, make sure its tight and doesnt have a leak.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on May 31, 2011


Any and all issues involving anything electrical,
require a partial or complete set of wiring
diagrams of your car.

Sort of a road map to follow, to find
the cause and fix

Without that, even a repair shop is wasting
their time

So you need a repair shop with a data base
& necessary schematics

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 26, 2011


I like to take my fuel injectors with carb cleaner I have had problems in the past with plugged fuel injectors

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 14, 2011


IT UNDER THE HOOD OF THE CAR IN THE FUSE BOX NEXT TO THE BATTERY AND ONCE YOU REMOVE THE COVER TURN IT OVER AND IT WILL TELL YOU WHICH AND WHERE IT,S RELOCATED

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 29, 2011


The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank. The fuel tank is in the rear of the car. Yes you have to drop the tank but this is simple and straight forward. First disconnect the neg bat cable. 2 locate the drain plug on the bottom of the tank, be sure that you have enough empty gas cans to hold the fuel.Get a freind and 2 drain pans that will slide under the tank.3 unscrew the plug and drain useing the pans alternately, heres where your pal comes in.Slide the full pan to your pal to empty while you fill the next.When done you can start with the nuts and bolts of the thing. You dont have to remove the tail pipe but it makes it easier and
unless your car has spent its life in a rust belt and all the fasteners are corroded faster. The hardest part is probibly going to be the fuel filler tube and acciated lines.before going any further remove the rear seat bottom cushin.Under it you will find a screwed down panel.Take the panel off and diconnect the elect connectors.
you will find two straps holdin the tank in place. Find the bolts and remove them. the tank should now come out. In the top center is the pump. Use a brass drift punch remove the retaining ring and lift out the pump. Reassymble in reverse order. 2 things to concider, if you raise the car make sure to use jack stands. I also found that dialectric grease eases the installation of rubber hoses .

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 28, 2011


That is a question you ask at the auto parts store

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 28, 2011


Most cars have a dipstick, check the fluid when it is hot, and running. If it is low, find the right fluid, there are about 20 different ones out there. and a long skinny funnel, fill it right through the dipstick hole. Now for the fun part, if you don't have a dipstick, then you have 2 plugs on the right side of the tranny, the bottom plug is the fluid level, the top one is the filler, a squirt bottle comes in handy here, pull the bottom plug, if fluid seeps out, it is full. If it doesn't, pull the top plug out and fill it till it seeps out the bottom, then plug it up, you should be all set. Hope this helps.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 09, 2011


Hello.
You do have the fuel line running in that area. Most fuel line leaks are at connections, ( where two lines are connected ).
If you, or a friend, are handy this should be a pretty easy fix.
If you are not handy, it shouldn't cost very much at all to have it fixed at an auto repair shop.

I hope this helps

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 07, 2011


grab it close to the roller on both sides pull it back and forth pretty hard it may unlock

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 27, 2011


Your thermostat is stuck open not allowing coolant to heat up to factory specs in engine. Replace the thermostat and you'll be "toasty" again

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 27, 2011


Hi

If the reason you're messing with the ignition switch is because the key is lost,then the best thing to do is go to the dealer with your title. The parts department has a factory key cutter that cut keys using a code which they cross reference from the vin number. They also need proof of ownership before they can cut you the key. Making a key anywhere else they use the old key for a pattern and all you get is another copy of a worn out key that doesn't work.

There are anti-theft bolts that secure the lock assembly to the column and they need to be drilled out and then replaced with new bolts. You're going to need a new key to turn the lock to remove the tumblers so try the dealer code cutter before tearing the dash apart


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1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 14, 2011


The safest way to be sure you don't overfill the motor with engine oil is: after draining the oil pan and installing the drain plug, put the new filter on and add three quarts of approved oil to the engine. pull the dipstick and wipe it clean, re-insert and check the accurate oil level. there should be oil either at the very bottom of the dipstick or between two holes or on what looks like a hashmark. if the oil is at the bottom of the dipstick, add one more quart, then start the engine. let it run for about 30 seconds then shut if off. check the dipstick just like before. The oil level should be right at the top oil level mark on the dipstick. It's ok if it is a little low but NOT OK to be above the line or mark.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 11, 2011


The fuel pump is located inside the fuel tank.

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 04, 2011


If a camshaft has some kind of torque or tension setting that is the first I've ever heard of it and I've designed a few for race applications. They will however have different degrees of lobe separation which is what controls how you're engine will run whether you have a mild profile or the loping muscle car idle

1987 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 02, 2011

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