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Off. Generally. It would help if you posted the make and model of your vehicle.

A manual transmission selectable overdrive is usually used only in highway driving conditions.

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1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on May 03, 2019


The 94 Landcruiser, 4.5, 1FZ-FE is a chain motor.

1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on May 02, 2019


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1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on May 09, 2018


Hi Steven
Do the simple stuff first. Check the obvious points at which the circuit may get shorted. Light Bulbs and sockets. Wires in the boot or rear lamp area. Down the steering column. Follow harness to front then rear. Age of vehicle and how it's used may provide clues. Trailer Connector Wires & Connections to harness.
(Where could they Link Together)
If that fails
You need to isolate each circuit that is blowing a fuse and trace the fault to a location. Probably when you find the fault (ground short or wires shorted together) it will become obvious that the two separate circuits are linked.
So... start with the right turn signal

Finding Shorts It's a pain.... but.... here's the process!
Remove the Fuses that keep blowing.
Make up a long lead from the battery positive terminal.
Say 4 meters.
Add a cheap 5A or 10A circuit breaker in the lead wire.
Make a probe tip on the end of wire. (needle, pin. nail)
This saves you going through many fuses.
The circuit breaker simply resets when it cools.
The best way to locate the short is to Note the wire colour code (or use iPhone to take photo).
Supply power via the made up jumper & circuit breaker to the suspect circuit wire to prove that it blows the circuit breaker.
Then.... split the circuit in two...
Half way down the vehicle (say front door step) Lift the plastic trim off and find those colour coded wires.
Prove these are the wires by pushing sharp probe through the insulation. Circuit breaker blows....
Cut the wires. Try Rear wires vs Front wires and Determine if the short is in the Front section or the Rear section.
Then use the same process over again on the section which is faulty (shorting) Divide in two. until you narrow the short location down.
Keep in mind that the short could suddenly disapear if you get close & simply move the section with the bare (shorted) wire which touches the chassis or another wire.
Slip some heat shrink tubing over these cut wires and resolder them later. This is better than crimp terminals which may cause problems later.
Good Luck

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1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on May 08, 2018


hi i have a 80 series 4.2 diesel wagon, i went 4x4 and got bogged in this mud hole/puddle for a while, i drove back and fourth until i got out, but while i was trying to get out it stalled, it started easy straight after it happened and it drove great for a few hours after then all of a sudden it lost power and stalls if you don't give it any throttle but it idles fine, I'm not sure what it could be?

1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on Apr 23, 2018


It seems like your "2nd start" button is turned on. The 80 series LC has a button next to the shifter which allows it to start in 2nd gear. If the button is not engaged then there could be a problem with the circuit, but that is not common

1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on Mar 29, 2018


While I lack specific land cruiser knowledge, the starter relay is usually part of the solenoid that sits on top (usually) of the starter motor on modern cars. The job of this solenoid is to slide the starter bendix gear into engagement with the flywheel and apply power to the starter motor, turning the flywheel and starting the engine. The current requirements of the solenoid are modest, compared with the starter, and I doubt a relay is required to engage the solenoid. This solenoid is actually the starter relay, as well as bendix engager.

If you can trace the large power lead from the starter motor back to the battery and you find no relay inline, then you do not have one.

1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on Mar 17, 2018


You may find this interesting otherwise on the Toyota web site are user manuals.
Right Hand Drive Japanese Imported 1993 Toyota Land Cruiser VX Limited

1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on Aug 09, 2017


Since I have no idea where on this blue ball you are I can't give exact locations, but the bottom line is this, the only way to get the part is to buy a used one, new will not be available anymore due to the age of the vehicle. Many online sites will help you locate a salvage yard that has your part, they are used part locator services, I have used them any times and they work well for finding used parts. I have attached a few links for the locators I found in a quick search on Google. Good luck.
1. Toyota Parts

2. Car Part com Used Auto Parts Market

1994 Toyota Land... | Answered on Mar 30, 2017

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