Could be worn or damaged valve seals.
everyone should have a shop manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual(wiring diagrams and more detailed info) available in the reference section for FREE....make copies of the right sections, and fix it like a PRO!! good luck Dave :)
tow capacity is 7500 lbs
Small wireless sensors are attached to the inside of all 5 wheels which send a signal when a tire goes below a pre set psi.
You should change the belt when it is about to wear out, which a mechanic should be able to tell you when you need to, or you can also change it more often to make sure you wont need to.
my check engine light came on and would go off, come back on again. when i had it checked, it was my gas cap, it was leaking.
You just have to replace the starter as it's no good..the safety retraction switch is either burnt out or faulty
It all depends on what make, model, year, and engine size, you are asking about. You fail to list any of that. The range runs from 60,000 to 105,000 miles. Average is around 90,000 miles. Some engines are interference engines and if the belt breaks, engine damage will occur. Some are not, and a b...
hi: sometime it is the fuel pump or fuel filter clogged. i would listen for a noise ,after you turn ignition on but not start car. if you hear fuel pump come on most time it is fuel filter clogged and or not enough pressure on fuel pump and or bad or dirty injectors. hope this helps a little RonD...
it is up by the windshield on the passenger side
Check the engine for codes. The engine may be trying to protect itself if there's a fault somewhere. Also check your throttle cable for binding or other problems, if you've got one. Definitely check the throttle body for problems too.
In Florida, if your vehicle is towed at the request of law enforcement you could potentially get a wrecker operators lien placed against you, therefore forcing you to pay the tow bill anyway, or else you cannot renew your tag. . This is HB757
fill up all the tires at the recommended tire pressure and then there should be a small button low on the dash below the steering column that you press and hold with the vehicle running that should reset the pressure on each wheel
Make sure service brakes are adjusted properly Emergency brake adjuster should either be under vehicle at junction of cables or at the side of the handle between the seats (May have to remove plastic trim) Set parking brake at 3 clicks-wheels should be held firm at this point
The motor oil capacity of the 1998 Toyota Rav4 is 4 quarts. Low viscosity PAG 46 oil is recommended for this vehicle.
1. Close all vehicle doors, windows up.2. Insert the key into the ignition and wait for dome light to turn off.3. Hold down the power unlock button on the driver's door panel - continue to hold down until instructed to release in step 94. erform steps 5 though 8 in fairly rapid succession.5. Turn...
The engine needs fuel, compression and spark. You are missing one of those.
The best air pressure, for your 1999 Toyota, is dependent upon the type and manufacturer of the tire. The best air pressure will be the recommended air pressure by the tire manufacturer.
Listed in your owner's manual. If you do not have one then you need to get one. I would change them at 100,000 miles unless the engine starts running poorly or your MPG goes down.
This normally happens when the valve seals are worn down. The oil will collect on top of them and seep through them when cold into the cylinders. It is a fairly expensive job because the top of the motor, or head, must be removed and serviced.
They say you shouldn't because it contaminates them. however I have read posts on TDI club about it and you must remove the screens and use electrical contact cleaner. whats the worst that will happen you wreck it and have to buy a new one your at that stage now no harm no fowl.
the only thing i can find different with the plow prep package is the toggle swith located on the dash is pre wired under you head liner so you can install a strobe light to it It would also have a beefed up front suspension, beefier alternator, possibly a beefier radiator. You would be hauling a...
this could be a number of problems sorry but i would start with the cheapest firsthave service shop check balance of rim/ tirebuy a repair manual spacific for your car find trouble shooting sectionreplace wheel bearingcheck for sloppy suspention or steering componants while apartreplace axle shaf...
Hi I have 2005 Toyota Matrix.I reset this " low tire pressure warning light."1. have your keys in ignition and turn to "ACC"do not have your engine start.2. push the reset button ( located lower left hand side of the steering wheel)( in Matrix it is middle one and the label same as the amber warn...
at the throtle body 2 wire waterproof connecter
It does depend on the vehicle.First, you need to know a couple things about your vehicle. 1) How far a single gallon of gas will take you, 2) how many gallons you have left in your tank when the fuel light comes on, and 3) the number of gallons your fuel tank holds (you can get that last bit of i...
Yes you can. They are the same part.
Envoy throttle body is like the carburetor on earlier cars except it does not supply fuel to the engine. Fuel is delivered by the fuel injectors at each cylinder. It's only function is to supply a regulated amount of air to the engine with a motor driven flapper valve. It is mounted to the plasti...
The 2006 Toyota RAV4 4cyl has a timing chain.
Its not the starter, its either the iginition switch (where your key goes into) or something wrong with the computer. JohnnyB
If you have ever been in wet grass, or stuck in the mud/snow, you can put the gear into the 2nd position and this will give you much more traction and allow you to get unstuck faster. 2nd gear has a lot less torque than first gear. The higher the torque, the quicker the tires will spin and lose t...
Oil return lines from head may be partially plugged and oil runs down into cylinder over night - it is burned on start-up
usually it is due to the timing belt being loose and/or other things wrong with the timing belt. It could also be the transmission fluid if the car shifts oddly and if there is a leaking issue inside or outside of the vehicle. If this is the case, replace the fluid and filter IMMEDIATELY!!!Eric
you cant really. often they break and theres really no indication of a problem except that it is broken. very old belts (130,000 miles perhaps) sometimes have cracks on them but to see the cracks you have to do about a third of the job of replacing it. its best just to have it replaced at the fac...
the glove box must be removed to see and gain access
This is indicating an oxygen sensor high voltage. -This is an emissions fault. Go to Youtube and lookk at everything concerning that code and your car, it is not simple.
None directly - that I know off, however, you might try Saab and I know that the V6 is the same thing and that they are the same car pretty much.
Had this problem today on a 96 Rav. The fuse for the windows and locks is very very well hidden!Remove the grey plastic panel under the steering wheel, this goes right across from the centre console to the side of the car, and has a small fuse box and bonnet release handle attached. I was confron...
Brakes may holding the free ride of the car back. The decelerating makes me think this.i have a different answer if you just mean the car is hesitating to go. like u give it gas and it just wont get the power to take off, it will get up to speed, but only after like half a mile.1. it could be you...
Yeah, you've definitely broken more than just the belt. Probably bent a few valves at the least.Sorry!
Just cleans and filters interior cabin air
possibly a power steering belt or worn brake rotor pad . i suggest buying a ford.
As the tyre rotates, friction between the tyre and road plus the radiant heat from the brakes causes the pressure to rise in the tyre. You can get blow off valves that are set to a given pressure and will release any excess. Tyre pressures should always be adjusted cold.
It depends on how you drive.If you shift smoothly, it should last you a while, at least 100k miles.If you are not smooth, i.e. the car jerks a lot and you "burn" the clutch more often by downshifting when you're at high rpms for example, then you can burn out the clutch in less then a year.
perhaps the car thinks the door is still open, check the sensors in the doors and make sure they're not stuck. http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=infoThis guy doesn't know Jetta's, at least the new ones because there is not "butt...
The cam gear is on top/ and the crank gear is on top. Both at 12:00.
Check the control arm bushings. There are some serious suspension problems that should be resolved before you drive much more.
The costs to replace the brakes in this car can range from $30 to $80. This depends on where the parts are bought, the part brand and who does the replacing.
First check to see if you have the correct key. Yea, Yea, I know, but it happens. Second, spray some WD40 or Liquid Wrench into the lock at the key hole and the lock on the side of the door. Could be dirt build up and that will fix it. Also check the locking clasp on the doorside if the door is u...