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I have to agree with Hal on this one but if the fuel cap is present you will have to bring it into a qaulified repair shop.
The ignition coils are located on the right side of the engine compartment and i recommend to replace all three ignition coil due to they were all install at the same time and if you replace only the one that has failed soon you will be replacing the other two.I would also check the ignition control module for wear and connections.
Hello i have a question about when you noticed the fuel milaqe drop was it before or after the water pump replacement due to the timing may be out of factoey specs.I need more info and i can help.
This sounds as if the vehicle was staring before the key cylinder replacement so i suggest to recheck the cylinder installation and connections to the switch.
Hello the first thing to do is have the on-board computer scaned and find the fault code for the system that is having a possible problem.You should not wait too long or it may becomme a major repair.
My first question when does this happen? Is it while it is raining or when the a/c system has been operating? You might want to try having someone spray the vehicle down with a water hose while you sit inside and check for location of any leaks.
I also have to agree with Hal on this one so take in to a independent repair shop but go to the repair pal.com site first to learn about the cost of repair.
Hello there is the dummy a/c pully kit but also you can re-route the serp.drive belt with a shorter belt for the same engine size without a/c system.
The check engine light should not be just reset and you can not just ignore the light.The computer memory has stored fault codes current and history.You should at least have a qualified tech.scan your computer and download the fault codes and this will lead you to the correct system and the repair that is needed.
The first question is how many miles does your 2002 Toyota Highlander have on it? There is not any tuning to perform on the vehicle such as no timng adjustment/or idle adjustment.However there is a factory maint.program in the owners manual that has the recommended parts that need to be replaced at the correct mileage.DR.Reco states that if you perform the recommend services and follow the repair manuals the vehicle will last a long time.The preventive services are very simple to perform with the right tools.