I would like to change the pcv valve on my Toyota Tundra.
Asked by johnsonerik65 6 years ago
I would like to change the pcv valve on my Toyota Tundra.
Asked by johnsonerik65 6 years ago
Asked by drmomldp 6 years ago
I have a toyota Sienna 2005 minivan. The sliding manual (not power door) door on the driver side is catching on the mechanism build in to stop the door from sliding all the way open when the gas cap door is open. After filling up the other day, and closing the gas cap door, I am no longer able to open up the sliding manual door on the driver side. This has happened before ver randomly and I used to be able to get it to open by manually pushing the little black "release" button on the inside of the gas cap door a few times, but this no longer works. How to fix this? Thank you in advance.
The front passanger side seat belt will not extract, come out. Once in awhile it will work in my 2001 Toyota Sienna
Asked by budd4 8 years ago
It is a 5 speed. 1st, 2nd, and 5th shift normally. It feels like 3rd and 4th are going into gear shallow; some times they will pop out imediately after engaging. This condition just started.
Asked by trentjordan 7 years ago
We just had the clutch replaced in our 2009 Toyota Corolla. Now it grinds going into 1st and 5th gear. We have never had any problems with it prior to that. Is it possible that the clutch isn't adjusted right or is the synchro bad? It drives worse now than before replacing the clutch.
Asked by PatrickB134 2 years ago
no one makes the tank for my motorhome anymore and i do not have welding tools.so how do i fix this?
Asked by twighahn 7 years ago
Asked by naya32 7 years ago
Articles here: Toyota's new robot can play the violin, help the aged and here: Toyota Plans Human-Assistance Robot.How soon until these things fight wars for us!?
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago
My car is toyota corolla 2000 I want to convert my current dashboard from analog to digital one. so, What is the type of the outputs of the car's sensors(speedometer sensor,temperature meter sensor and fuel meter sensor)? Is it voltage,current,resistance or frequency? How can I know the location of these sensors in the car??
Asked by ahwaheed 6 years ago
If you make it, they will come. Or something.CalCars, the California Cars Initiative, has not only been campaigning for plug-in hybrid vehicles, they were the first to build a plug-in Toyota Prius. CalCars longstanding, and really quite simple, thesis is that plug-in hybrids can achieve 100+ MPG using today's technology:We promote plug-in hybrids (PHEVs). PHEVs are like regular hybrids but with larger batteries and the ability to re-charge from a standard outlet (mostly at night). They're the best of both worlds: local travel is electric, and you always have a gas-tank backup. More details here.Toyota seems to have finally received the message, now pledging to offer a plug-in hybrid by 2010: Toyota Will Offer a Plug-In Hybrid by 2010 (NYT). From the article:DETROIT -- The Toyota Motor Corporation, which leads the world's automakers in sales of hybrid-electric vehicles, announced Sunday night that it would build its first plug-in hybrid by 2010.The move puts Toyota in direct competition with General Motors, which has announced plans to sell its own plug-in hybrid vehicle, the Chevrolet Volt, sometime around 2010.Katsuaki Watanabe, the president of Toyota, announced the company's plans at the Detroit auto show as part of a series of environmental steps.Mr. Watanabe said Toyota, best known for its Prius hybrid car, would develop a fleet of plug-in hybrids that run on lithium-ion batteries, instead of the nickel-metal hydride batteries that power the Prius and other Toyota models.Plug-in hybrids differ from the current hybrid vehicles in that they can be recharged externally, from an ordinary power outlet. In a conventional hybrid the battery is recharged from power generated by its wheels.Mr. Watanabe said the lithium-ion fleet would be made available first to Toyota's commercial customers around the world, like government agencies and corporations, including some in the United States. He did not say when they would be available to consumers.Another case of hackers' solutions becoming mainstream? Definitely!
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago
Hey, I have a 2000 Toyota Echo with holes in the carpet I've done a fair amount of searching, but I can't find an aftermarket manufacturer that sells pre-molded carpets for this car. Has anyone experience in replacing their car carpet with a custom carpet? How do you compensate for the lack of molding? Thanks, kd.
Posted by killerdark 7 years ago
I also heard that car voltages get up to 13.4 volts.
1994 toyota 4x4 5speed v6 how do i get to the shifting forks. some times i only have 2nd and sometimes i only have 3rd 4th 5th and reverse and some times it gets stuck between gears. im sure i have to pull the transmission apart just want to make sure
Asked by vanrodd 7 years ago
I have a Toyota Sequoia that has a problem with the hatchback . I can not get the door open. The latch seems to be stuck. I took off the panel in the inside and still am not able to get the latched open. Do I need to take the panel under the license plate off to be able to get to the latch? I have tried everything I can think of to get this door open with the latch. The door is stuck shut. Please help me if you can. I have a childcare and can not be with out this vehicle according to State Licensing laws. Also can not afford to take it to the Toyota dealership to have it fixed
Posted by marionbuckley 6 years ago
So i have this idea, my car came stock with cold air intake, but i want to take it a little farther and do a Ram air intake (the air gets shoved in the car as you drive) what kind of tubing should i use? i have this plastic kind of dryer tubing and some pipe rings (adjustable) would that work? or should i use metal dryer tubing?
Posted by Yerboogieman 9 years ago
Hi i have a toyota pick up thats leaking fuel from the pulsation damper on the front of the fuel rail ive found pictures of what this thing looks like inside just a spring and a round piece of rubber sandwhich between round pieces of metal ..i am trying figure out what type of rubber that is maybe tire rubber or rubber gloves maybe someone here has rebuilt one hope you guys can help
Posted by Lauriepaul 5 years ago
I have a Toyota conquest 1.6, 16 valve, 2002 model. I have changed the fuel filter, changed the oil, bougi cords, ball joints, brake pads and the spark plugs. Last year October i put in a new clutch plate, pressure plate and trust bearings plus a new head gasket. The fuel filter and air filter is clean. My car is losing compression. One mechanic says my clutch plate is gone, one mechanic says the flywheel has either shifted or needs to be skimmed and the other mechanic says its my rings and bearings. What is the problem and how can it be fixed?
Asked by ArupaA 1 year ago
Can anyone help me with this i want to install amp and speakers in front and rear into my stock factory head unit. Problem 1 : i don't have RCA out pins on stock head unit So i bought SCOSCHE RCA CONVERTER. Problem 2: I also don't no each wire color coding i mean to say what those different color of wire do can anybody tell me different color on my head unit please i attached the head unit photos and RCA converter and my CAR 2011 TOYOTA COROLLA LE
Asked by jalisvasim 6 years ago
Asked by ewalina3 6 years ago
I have a 2002 Toyota Sequoia and it has coil springs all the way around. I was wondering if i merely installed some variable rate coil springs (so it still isn't like driving a rock) that have a heavier weight rating if i could load my SUV heavier. On vacation I carry 4 people, their luggage, and a small 14 foot pop-up camper. I'm using a weight equalizer hitch, and as it stands, i am maxed on the back axle and could carry 200 lbs more on the front. If i installed heavier suspension, can i expect my axle and chassis to be able to handle the extra weight? and how much more?
Asked by red9er 6 years ago
I took off the inside panel and still not able to open it. Do I need to take the panel behind the license plate off also on the out side of the hatch to be able to get to it better? Please help me with this I need to get it taken care of as soon as possible Thank You in advance for you help with this problem.?
Asked by marionbuckley 6 years ago
Toyota has donated two Priuses--one to the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Berkeley and one to the Advanced Power and Energy Program at UC Irvine--for consumer research and upgraded electric car capabilities. The big news: a plug-in possibility that would allow for pure electric power up to 60 mph, a significant upgrade from the current 30 mph limit (after 30 mph, some gas is needed). A 7 mile commute could be done purely on electric energy, with no gas. Additionally, the universities will do research on people's reactions to charging their car and trying to gauge consumer preferences.This is not particularly new, but it could still be huge for the electric car community. Thanks to Tim Anderson for bringing this to our attention.Link
Posted by joshf 9 years ago
I have a 1992 Toyota Paseo that's recently started shifting hard into all gears except 3rd & 4th. We've tried it even when the car's off and it's still having difficulty, so it doesn't seem like it would have anything to do with the clutch. Weirdly, it doesn't seem to do it all the time. It almost seems like it does it right after it's rained. When it's being difficult, the hardest to shift into is definitely reverse, although 5th isn't always a picnic either. 1st and 2nd are a little tough, but not that bad. 3rd and 4th are smooth as butter. Is it possible for the shift assembly box (or whatever it's technically called) to have some sort of difficulty that could be causing it to stick or be held back in some way? My boyfriend is a mechanic (although he hasn't been able to take it in yet) and he doesn't think it's the transmission, but he's not all that familiar with manual transmission cars. It's got about 160,000 miles on it. Any thoughts?
Asked by kokocooper 6 years ago
Hv a Toyota yaris 3 cylinders. want it to hv a nice cool sound. how to build a muffler which can do tihis...??
Asked by djuneidc3000 9 years ago
I'm a high school student from BRGS in England Me and my mate have been entered in the Toyota Technology competition 2009-2010 We need some help in decided which would be easier to build. And the solar powered car is a eco friendly car. But the pic car course is a lot harder than the solar car track. Here is a link to the web page http://www.rapidonline.com/netalogue/toyota/default.html?
Asked by willywoozle 8 years ago
My 1993 Toyota 4x4 is rusting out under the frame area! Flaking everywhere. Now my fuel and brake lines are rotting out too. I am slowly replacing the leaky lines, but its messy and time consuming. The standard steel lines don't bend easily, unless you have a bending tool. Is there such a thing as flexible copper brake line tubing? If so where can I get some?
Asked by triumphman 6 years ago
I am looking at a Toyota SUV. The problem is that I want to put dogs & crates in the back but the rear seats do not fold down flat!
Plans for a pullout, sliding or gaucho bed for a Toyota Previa minivan. simple easy to build cheap materials, removeable, storage underneath
We are an Automotive Factory. We want to generate electricity from Landfill trash. Our electricity need is 5 MWH. Can anybody tell me how much trash do we need to fill in the land ? and how much space would it take ? Please reply at following email address email@example.com
Asked by minhajimc 8 years ago
I know this guy that's selling this little blue toyota standard car (don't know the year sorry) and I do know that the gas tank is apparently leaky in that you can't fill it past half, anyone know if you can get some kind of metal epoxy and seal it up or do I have to buy a new gas tank?
Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago
This instructable relates to this question . I can see the need for a second air conditioning compressor for that part of the build. With the alternator however, there is one under the hood already. Why not hack it to do two jobs. Couldn't you just add back in the alternator parts you disabled in an external box and then with some wire and switches, alternate back and forth between welding and charging. The car can run off the battery for a while, so this should work. Part 2 of this question is, the alternator in my case is in a Toyota Corolla. Toyota makes pretty tough stuff, however will my alternator make nearly, or as much juice as the Ford unit the guy recommends for the hack. I could swap in a Ford alternator I suppose, however it would likely require significant work to adapt the mounting bits. Thanks for Listening, Zipperboy
Asked by zipperboy 9 years ago
Hello all. i am currently working on an air powered rifle. my goal is for it to be self contained, so i took apart a testors airbrush compressor and i am fitting the compressor assembly to a 12v blower motor for an early 90s toyota 4runner. is there any way that i can make or purchase a 12v battery pack to power this thing?
Posted by dans89 7 years ago
Hi, I have a cabin air filter in my car. Toyota sells activated carbon filters that helps absorb odours, but not for my model car. i was wondering if its possible to impregnate the filter with activated carbon / activated charcoal myself somehow? thanks for any ideas!
Posted by hoobyjuice 6 years ago
Asked by fefemcc on DIY: Immobilizer Hacking for Lost Keys or Swapped ECU 2 months ago
I need to sell a late model lo-miles car & buy a cheap one & have lots of cash left over. I keep seeing Toyotas, Subarus, etc. with like 150,000 or even 180,000 miles and the sellers want $5,000-7,000 for them! Is this a sucker's bet? I used to buy cars only if they had less than 50,000 on the clock, but those are over my budget now.
Asked by joescratch 9 years ago
My family is going on a long trip this thanksgiving and I wanted to use a power inverter that i have to power a portable dvd player(actually its an old laptop with a dvd drive) on the trip (its battery is toast and I have no car charger) my mom thinks that the inverter will find a way to mess up her Toyota minivan and won't let me plug it in is she right? can a power inverter mess up a car?
Posted by clasic_traveller_diehard 9 years ago
I recently bought a bright blue Toyota Yaris and I would like to put a magnet of the word "Tardis" on it. I want to make the word look as close as possible to the "Yaris" metal nameplate on the car. The letters don't have to be metal, but I would like them to be metallic and something that's not going to deteriorate that easily. A friend of mine had made something akin to this out of shrinky dinks that she painted with silver paint, but I don't know how long that would hold up.
Posted by minderbinder 5 years ago
I'm a beginning engineering student and my dad is also an engineer. He is pretty skeptical and he recently told me of someone he knows who is using electrolysis to get better gas mileage in a Toyota pickup. I'm not sure, but it seems he is using secondary voltage to power the split and then burning it. He claims 60 mpg. If you guys would like to give me a series of questions/tests, I would love to go to my hometown and ask/perform them, then report back. Any takers?
Posted by bowakowa 10 years ago
I'm 16 and have a '83 Toyota Tercel, a bit of a junker, but I'm trying to learn everything I can from it. The previous owner removed the front turn signal assemblies and replaced them with fog lights which isn't legal to drive in MT. I bought and installed the new turn signal assemblies, and almost removed the fog light wiring (plus the switch inside the car to turn them on), but I would hate to waste all that wiring already set up nice and neat. What else could I hook up to them? Any ideas?
Posted by mojobo1 7 years ago
Come on people!! We have "PROS" saying it cant be done to 1st timers with excellent results. i've painted cars with spray cans (not recommended) of course I used Walmart cheepo paint, Tractor paint (had JD green, IH yellow, FORD white and mixed every thing together and sprayed it on my Toyota pu. mint green, lasted 5 years till I got tired of it. Then used Western paint Porsche red on same truck weathered badly after 2 years. Now I am going to paint my 93 Dakota with Rustoleum flat black and then get the grandkids to help camo it with spray bombs,brushes, whatever. Just remember lifes short, HAVE FUN
Posted by 67 mustang 6 years ago
I have a working Macbook White (battery dead and keyboard have certain keys not working) and have nothing to do with it. I can't sell it because of these faults and thus would be willing to do anything to it. My first thought was, build it into my Toyota Yaris as a in-car entertainment system using iTunes for music etc. Since I don't use my car that much it would probably be better if I find a more "useful" purpose for it - something I'll use more often. The best bet would be something to do with entertainment, such as music and movies. Do you have any idea what I can do with this computer?
Asked by louwhopley 5 years ago