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why,if the door has dropped then all you need do is put a 6ft piece of 3x3 under the open door and lift until square to opening.....thats how we do it in the bodyshop,and charge for it.....

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 01, 2010


You could be out of time, have bent valves, bad pistons, or one of a number of problems. You have to start out with is the cam and crank in time and go from there. You must remember to start at the basics and procede one step at a time and don't skip anything. Usually you'll find that the cause is looking right at you. Once you know the cause then you can plan your repair route.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on May 20, 2010


Between the wiper arms and the wiper motor are links which attach to to motor and have studs which the wiper arms are pressed onto. You can very aesily check the studs to see if they are stripped out. The arms have machined teeth that grip the stud. At the lower part of the wiper arm where it is pressed onto the stud is a tang that will swing outward. When it is outward the wiper arm can be pulled off the stud. After removing it the teeth on the stud should be uniform and clean throughout. If mushed down they are stripped out. Before you even try to remove the arms you can pull on the wipers arms to see if they are stripped. They bwill move as if the wipers are on. If they are tight and secure the bell crank at the wiper motors shaft may have fell off or id stripped out. That will have to be work on by a professional since this job is tricky to do

1995 Toyota... | Answered on May 14, 2010


Yes you can but the parts are dealer only. It is a kit to replace that and the assembly that attaches on the inside.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on May 07, 2010


to check the brakes you can look through the wheel to see the pad thickness(1/8th min)then run you finger over the disc(rotor)to make sure you don have to much of a lip around the edge.(1/32 max.)as rotors only last around 40k and pads around 30k, i would change both together,difficulty 3/10 for diy mech.tools req pliers/mole grips(to grip brake pipe)/tyre iron(to force pistons apart,take off filler cap first)phillips screwdriver to take out screw in rotor,and a hammer
to release rotor from rust on the back of it.a range of metric spanners/sockets.to remove caliper from bracket and copper grease for the back of the new pads(to stop them squeeking).
put together the opposite of taking them apart,keep all bits in hubcap on top of wheel(you never have bits left over if you do this...)and prise apart pistons before you take caliper off the car,then apply molegrip to rubber pipe so they dont close up.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 24, 2010


how often have you had a tranny service done on it. if you never had the tranny serviced then sorry to say this you need a new tranny. your tranny is about to stop working all together soon.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 07, 2010


You need to find a major leak. If you don't see leaking it may be blowing by through the exhaust. put your usual oil in and see what happens to the oil.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 05, 2010


Sounds a bit like a cam belt failure.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 20, 2010


si lo marca e spor que algun problema tienes llevalo para que te bajen los codigos y ahy marcara el error

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 06, 2010


When the car is cool i would remove the coolant (radiator) tank cover and start the car then check to see if there is flow in the tank and see if the coolant level is really low if so fill it up to the proper level but ifthis is ok look to see if there is any flow in the radiator you should be able to see the water flowing around in the radiator or tank.
If you do not see any flow i would check the water pump outlet hose to see if there is any pressure if not then i would try to replace the water pump but if there is good pressure I would suspect the thermnostat it could be stuck shut thus not allowing the water to flow through the engine. in this case replace it.
And finaly if the radiator it'self is clogged it wont let the water circulate thru the system thus overheating the engine and you might even have a faulty thermostate temperature sensor but since you are saying that the fan is kicking on like it should i would not suspect this ok
I hope all of this is very helpful for you
Best regards MIchael

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 02, 2010


A rapid clicking when you turn it to start? If so, the battery is almost dead or there is a bad connection somewhere. The battery posts, battery cables, connection at the starter, or negative cable connection at the frame or engine.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 28, 2010


Hello, and thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance.

The fuse panel is under the 'hump' in the center of the dashboard.
There is a small latch that you release, it is directly above the radio.

The center section of the top of the dash will lift up, revealing the fuse panel.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 25, 2010


The air conditioning system need to be fill with gas,there is not enough gas in it that why it is doing that,Hope that help you,If there is not enough gas ,when you switch on the ac button it turns the ac compressor and cut off immediately because there is not enough gas.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 17, 2010


Hi ...it could be you need front end work ...does your vehicle have rack pinion steering ...you might have to replace it ?Or have it flushed ..any leaks ? Let me know if this was helpful to you ...might be other things too ....
Good luck Joe

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 08, 2010


we use paint restoring compound like t cut makes ya headlights look like new!! jason GTMOTORS

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


With the engine running at normal temperature (a drive around the block will do this) and in park, open the hood of the car and locate the transmission oil dip stick. The ATF fluid level should be in the cross hatched area on the dip stick between "COLD" and "HOT". If it falls between in this area, do not add any fluid as an overfill condition can lead to problems.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 08, 2009


It can be a couple of things! A sparkplug is deffective. The catalyser. And the worse one is your engine head is f*****! Bring it to a garage to have it checked!

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 07, 2009


follow the cable back from teh heaters

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 13, 2009


It may be as simple as replaceing the coolant sensor,the engine may think it's warm when in fact it is'nt.

1995 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 07, 2009

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