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Las Vegas, NV
I needed to take off a lot of overstuff to get at it. I replaced everything but now my car idles very fast. How do I adjust it? Their are tow bands that connect to a wheel that turns the car on and when I depress it, it zooms faster. How do I adjust that and turn it down?
the fan belt and pully's and water pump are on the passengers side.
I put a light tester to the wires leading to them and got nothing. I think it could be the relay but how do I know for sure. Is there a way to test them or see if the fans motors are working?
I noticed that the 2 fans directly behind the radiator are not spinning, when I'm in park and allowing the car to get hot? could that be the problem and how to fix?
To NV and want to repair it before I do. The NV repair shops are very expensive as to AZ. I'm told its not that difficult of a fix that is under or around the distributor. The report said: "High Speed CO 3.03% Greater than 1.20% and High Speed HG 227 Greater than 220 parts per million." Can anyone give me advice on this and how to fix it. At that same time of the test I had a few small holes in the muffler. I replaced it. Do you think that had anything to do with my van flunking?
a tranny shop thinks its the planet plates gears inside, but it only happens in drive and starts about 3/4 miles down the road. If I drive in 2nd or 1st it does not sound. Another tranny shop says the planet gears only operate in 2nd and 3rd. I have an automatic. To replace the planet gears we are looking at a whole new tranny job costing $1500. What if that's not it? Any suggestions?
I know my resister is in my glove compartment on back wall. Heater motor or you saying blower? that gets a charge from the blower relay that under the dash near the steering column where mine is but I don't own a Toyota.
Depends where you live and what temperature it sat in over night. It could be condensation in pipes or worse case scenario a cracked head gasket. But if smokes stops after driving I wouldn't worry about it. Use gas treatment.
don't think so. It could be the blower relay or the resister in the glove compartment. easy fix and not too expensive maybe $15 each. Its a process of illumination. Or you can have an electrical guy diagnos it but that will cost too.