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More information please! Where exactly is the leak?? Inside the car? Outside the car? Left side? Right side? Front? Back? Please comment below with more information.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 6 hours ago

You need to use a scan tool that will show you maf voltage when the throttle is opened and closed in order to determine if it is functioning. If that is not possible, just turn car on and once running, unplug maf. if nothing happens chances are the sensor is bad. if car shuts off or immediately runs very poorly and/or smoothes out right after plugging back in, then maf is fine and you have another issue.

Toyota Tacoma... | Answered 12 hours ago

Try removing the ground (-) cable from the battery for 5 minutes to see if the Anti- Theft fault will clear.....Reconnect the Battery cable and disarm the alarm before turning the ignition switch on......Then try to crank it.......

Toyota Celica... | Answered 13 hours ago

Those are typically ECU addresses...... 7EA and 7EB are response addresses HVECU and the Traction Battery

// ECUs
// -- request/response
// -- 7E0/7E8 for ECM (engine control module);
// -- 7E1/7E9 for TCM (transmission control module).
// -- 7E2/7EA for HVECU (Hybrid contol module)
// -- 7E3/7EB for Traction Battery
// -- 7E4/7EC
// -- 7E5/7ED
// -- 7E6/7EE
// -- 7E7/7EF

Toyota Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

Look for a black plastic box about 4 x 6 inches under the hood, usually near the battery. This houses relays and larger fuses. the underside of the cover will identify purpose of each element. there are test procedures for fuses, use alligator clips and a battery charger for power. the contacts can be tested with an ohmmeter.

2005 Toyota... | Answered 2 days ago

Check and replace the water temperature sensor. Your engine is staying in cold start mode because the sensor is faulty and not sending pulse to computer for it to take it out of cold start mode. The engine is constantly flooding. Like keeping the choke on with the early carbureted vehicles.

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago

Hi, yes it can be refurbished but may not last like oem. I had a supra and with the old part was able to find the same under a diferent part number

Toyota Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago

make sure the pcv vavlve has been changed if not try that

1997 Toyota... | Answered 2 days ago

I'm led to believe by another source that this immobilizer ECU may be located on the firewall behind the HVAC case which would require removal of the entire dash assembly and discharging the A/C system and engine coolant system to also remove the entire HVAC case assembly.

Toyota Sienna... | Answered 2 days ago

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