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I just purchased my 1999 Toyota Tacoma and I cannot get it to start. It acts like it is out of fuel. Everytime I open the drivers door the alarm goes off and I use the key fob to silence the alarm but still cannot get the truck to start. I would really like to disable the alarm for ever but I can't see to figure out how to do that and no matter what I do I cannot get the truck to start.

The key can't be removed only when the Negative battery is disconnected I replace the following - LC63640 key ignition switch & LS765 Ignition Starter Switch & 4 year Battery- FAILD key still can't be removed- The floor shifter feels it's not locking into park- Today only it want start only turning over but it try to start once, had it towed Home I was about to have it put into the shop

error code is intermittent, not sure on repair. also throwing a 1300 error code and occasionally a 325 code will show. motor has approx. 65,000 miles. new egr when motor was replaced.

I was backing up and bumped the shifter with my knee knocking it out of 4wd and the light hasn't worked since and it won't engage. Sensor??? Vacumn??? Fuse??? Please help!!!! I took the front hubs off and cleaned and greased/they looked perfect. This is the only problem I've ever had.

Wiper blades run continueously ?

Cannot turn off!

I can see where it is leaking, I have tried different fluids that say it will cure the problem.

It has 123000 miles. $800 for three items that go along with what the belt controls. Would this be a good idea?

is this something i could do

When I start the truck and apply the brake it goes to the floor. After pumping it a couple of times the brake is has resistance but then it slowly softens again. When the engine is off, the brake pedal has resistance, but after starting the truck, the pedal gets soft again.

The front end is getting tight and starting to squeak when I turn the wheel.