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Hi I have cruiser 2008 gxr how is reset t.belt light
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What do you think the problem may be if the timing belt light illuminates again within a short period after being reset after belt replacement on an 80 series cruiser and how is the lamp triggered?
The 1HZ toyota 4.2L diesel and its variants have a kevlar reinforced timing belt. All toyota's with the 1HZ have a timing belt light, which at every 100,000km is illuminated …via a trigger in the speedometer. This light is reset by removing the rubber grommet in the speedo face and gently depressing the button underneath. Failure to replace the timing belt, and its subsequent failure "theoretically" should cause little to no damage as there is a considerable valve clearance making damager near impossible, however not recommended to let this occur. The timing belt is behind the black cover on the front of the engine, under the power steering fluid reservoir. The cover is removed by undoing the 1 bolt that retains both the cover and power steering fluid reservoir and removing several metal clips. The belt is then acheived by slightly backing off the two bolts on the timing belt idler / tensioner and with appropriate tool removing tension and sliding belt off. Holding tensioner in same position, slide new blet over sprockets. Confirm correct fittmnent by aligning timing mark (TDC) on lower sprocket (driven by injector pump) and timing mark and camshaft sprocket (TDC). Replace cover, job donel.
Answer try disconecting the battery or pulling the ECM fuse
According to the repair manual: Remove the grommet from the speedometer and turn off the lamp by pushing the warning light reset switch, then replace the grommet.
Key to "on" do not start engine. Fully depress accelerator pedal slowly three times within ten seconds. Turn ignition key to "lock" If light comes on again, you did it …wrong, repeat process. Works for both EVIC and base.
turn the key on, engine off, press the gas pedal to the floor three times. cycle key and light should be off.just sit
I had to put air in my spare to get the light to go out. Never found a reset button that some people say is underneath the steering wheel.
Ensure ignition is switched OFF. Switch ignition ON and briefly press button[A] twice. Within 10 seconds: Switch ignition OFF. Press and hold button [A]. … Switch ignition ON. Continue to hold button [A]. The remaining distance will be displayed. After aproximately 10 seconds a warning sound will be heard and the new remaining distance will appear in the digital display. Release button [A]. NOTE: The service interval indicator can be reset to a higher than normal value for use with alternative higher specification engine oils. This can only be carried out using diagnostic equipment.
Check your owners manual
Just unplug the negative terminal of the battery for about 10 minutes and that will reset the computer
On a 1996 Toyota Prado the dash board is removed & one will find a reset button with the letter "T", this button is switched off. Once this is done the T-Belt light shou…ld be reset & you will no longer see the T-Belt symbol lit up on the dash.
how down the reset button approximately 15 to 20 seconds...then you would notice the maintenance lights flashes. at that time, just press the reset button once more. tha…t's all to it.
Set it to odometer, not trip. hold the reset button, turn the key off, then turn it on and wait for the 5 squares. also get a scangauge II you can clear the codes with the pus…h of a button.
Turn key on. Set odometer to odo not trip a or b. Turn key off. Press and hold trip setter. With trip setter still held turn key on, continue to hold trip setter for 5 s…econds. Reset Main req light after an oil change. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/How_do_you_reset_the_Maintenance_required_light_in_a_2005_Toyota_highlander#ixzz1jmHLcZ6B
Como puedo borrar manualmente la luz del t-belt de una hylux 2008.
what the prucedure timing belt reset
2001 doesn't have a reset for the oil, the oil pump might be going out though.
Hopefully you have a friend that has a code reader that is for your car and if you do! You'll save a hundred dollars or so! Hopefully your belt is ok and you just want you lig…ht to go off! If not go to a dealership! And spend a few bucks! Good luck!