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You found the right place right time buddy.. i know a lot of websites for repairs and manuals that can really help u..

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019


CHECK YOUR VECHICLE SPEED SENSOR WIRE FOR DAMAGE.OR THE MAGNET GEAR ON TRANSMISSION OUT PUT SHAFT IS BROKEN OR DAMAGE.IF THEY ARE GOOD YOUR PROBLEM IS IN THE DASH.BROKEN SPEEDOMETER.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 09, 2018


It is keyless entry remote

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 01, 2018


Some possibilities:
--the choke cable or the choke linkage on the carburetor is sticking, holding the revs too high.
--the gas pedal linkage, the pedal cable, or its linkage to the carburetor are sticking.
--the engine computer (if it has one) is failing, or has poor connections, or isn't grounded properly.
--various other sensors (if you have them) could be failing.
--the mechanism (computerized or mechanical) calling for more fuel to the carburetor when the air conditioning (if you have it) is turned on could be sticking or not working properly.
You should be able to test most of these possibilities while the car is standing still, with the engine running. Start with the choke -- have a helper move the knob and see if the engine responds properly, especially in the "off" position. Then have the helper operate the gas pedal while you watch what's going on with the carburetor.
Have your helper turn the a/c on and off. If you see a mechanical linkage to the carburetor move when the a/c is turned on, it should move back to its original position when it's turned off.
If any of these linkages (including the gas pedal linkage under the dash) are sticking, try spraying the affected area with a lubricant (like WD-40). If that doesn't help, spray lubricant into the cables, or replace them.
If all else fails, carefully check all vacuum lines in the engine compartment. An intermittent leak (or blockage) could be affecting engine speed.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 09, 2018


try up under the dash on the steering column

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


do your car have an oil control valve if so check it

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


you have to remove the tranny the clutch and pressure plate are located on the engine and the throw out bearing and arm are on the tranny make sure you replace it all

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


If you email me at bad_dog1@comcast.net i can send you the instructions that Toyota has.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018


it's very simple go to the given link and get the manual with picture and diagram and fix your problem http://toolsnyou.com/

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 09, 2017


to check the fuel pump on you car you need to put ignition in the on position and open the butterfly of the MAF sensor that is mounted on top of your air filter. Toyota's fuel filter won't come on unless there is air going in the engine. your problem may not be the pump, so you need to check the pump properly.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 07, 2017


probably add some freon.. that should cure it.. if your system doesn't leak too bad

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 06, 2017


I agree with Ed. See tips at the link below.
Do It Yourself Diagnosis and Repair

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 27, 2017


Pretty hard to diagnose without a scan tool to check the fuel trims. rough guess is either a vacuum leak or bad coolant temp sensor. But I sure wouldn't replace either of those without seeing the results from the scan tool

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 22, 2017


Replacing the clutch of a front wheel drive car more often requires the transmission removal than the engine and that means removing the front wheels and partially dismantling the brakes and front steering/suspension in order to remove the drive shafts. Such rotating parts if not refitted correctly can cause vibration.

Whatever the reason for the vibration and stalling, you just paid to have a problem solved and not to have new problems created so I advise you to return the car to the repairer as soon as possible for free-of-charge rectification and don't drive it anywhere else or drive it at high speed until the cause has been established - just in case something didn't get tightened...

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 17, 2017


My crystal ball is a bit foggy and there is no history on your issues.
I would take it back and ask for my money back then take it to a Toyota Dealer.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 18, 2017


Most likely just jarred the coil wire out. Check that the coil wire is all the way into the coil.

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 15, 2017


problem is with over inflating the tires,causing middle tread wear,as long as you have more the 3/32 tread wear in the middle than you are ok.always set tire pressure when cold at around 33psi,check tire inflation sticker on dar jam for exact tire pressure

1993 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 07, 2017

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