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Toyota has issued a service bulletin that advises to replace the a/c magnetic clutch relay, it's located in the fuse/relay block under the hood near the battery: If the part number is 90987-02022, please replace the relay with the
countermeasured relay P/N 90987-02028/
countermeasured relay P/N 90987-02028/
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it is under the drivers side by the pedals, lie on your back under the steering column and it is the larger black relay on the right. You have to pull it hard to get it out an…d it should say Flasher and the part number good luck 2000 Toyota Sienna Blinker/Hazard flasher relay. Flasher relay part number toyota-81980-AA1, Flasher relay part number generic-Tridon EP35. Flasher relay location- Looking at the fuse panel from the feet up view, the flasher relay is on the back, left wall of the fuse panel. The relay prongs, quantity three, are enveloped by the flasher relay casing which makes it difficult to extract the flasher relay from its location. The flasher relay will need to be pulled up and away from the person removing it. After replacing the flasher relay; the flasher can be tested by actuating the hazard/emergency flashers button without the ignition key engaged, the left blinker or right blinker will not work without the ignition key engaged.
The AC compressor belt is the same belt that runs the alternator. It is on the left side of gthe vechicle when you are standing in front of the car looking down on the engine.… You will need metric wrenches to do this. Both box and rachet (12, 13, & 14 mm size), torque wrench (suggested), and a pry bar. Do the following: 1. Remove the negative battery cable and hook it so that it cannot come in contact with the negative battery terminal. 2. The alternator has three bolts holding it: the pivot bolt (top back), the adjusting bolt (front points down, most of it exposed), and the locking bolt (just below the adjusting bolt). Loosen, But do not remove the bolts in the following order: The locking bolt first - about one full turn, just enough to unscrew the adjusting bolt easily, then unscrew the adjusting bolt untill you see bolt tread above the adjustiong bolt's upper bracket hole, now loosen the pivot bolt and the alternator should drop down. 3. Remove the drive belt and replace it. Fit the new belt around the engine pulley first, then the compressor pullet and finally around the alternator pulley. Make sure the belt sits squarely on all three pulleys (its Vs should fit into the pulley grooves). 4. Now reverse the process, but do not tighten the locking bolt, just yet. Use the pry bar to lift the alternator as high as possible (without destroying hoses and other engine parts) and tighten the pivot bolt (torque is 56 Nm or 570 kg.cm or 41 ft lbs) - Without the torque wrench get it as tight as possible. 5. Niow tighten the Adjusting screw until the belt deflects just 1/4 inch when pressed in the middle of the top span. 6. Now reconnect the negative battery terminal cable, and start the engine. Any squealing noises indicate that the adjusting bolt needs more tightening. Repeat process until squealing noises are gone. 7. Tighten the lock bolt (torque is 18 Nm or 180 kg.cm or 13 ft lb) - without the torque wrench make sure it is tight, but not as tight as possible or you may damage the adjusting bolt. 8. Congradulations, you're good to go!
Should be under the hood, right hand side in the electrical enclosure with other switches and relays. Take the cover off and the diagram on the inside tells you which is… which. In our 2000, the headlight relay is marked HEAD.
It's telling you the revolution sensor is not matching the revolutions of the engine. The ECU takes over and cuts current to the AC when this happens and the ac light will sta…rt blinking. A turn the AC of then turn it back on and it's not blinking tells you the problem is going to lead to no AC if you don't get it fixed.
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Use a flashlight and shine it on the rear left side near the wheel well (of the right front wheel). You will see a cap with an 'L'. (Ref: http://www.2carpros.com/forum/2…000-toyota-sienna-where-is-low-pressure-port-to-add-refrig-vt143320.html)
On the 2002 Sienna the low pressure AC Port is on the passenger side just behind the radiator cap and between the radiator cap and the firewall. This position makes it h…ard to get any of the cans you can buy at an auto parts store to reach the fitting and still be able to view the gage. Most of the auto parts store charging systems have pretty short hoses. I went to Home depot and bought a piece of high pressure hose, two brass hose couplers and 4 hose clamps. Extended the hose and I was able to read my gage without needing to be a contortionist. Good Luck, Quinton
ac ligting flaxing on 2002 toyota camry
It is located in the fuse/relay box in the right hand side of the engine compartment. Mine is blue in color. Check your manual for further information.
if they are all out, check your flasher, it;s a silver tube like thing. it will probably say "BUSS" on it. but the fuse should be under the dash in your fuse box.
The AC belts are probably stretched and loose. I had the same problem and replaced belts and cured squeak.
It is located underneath the steering column. You have to lay on your back in order to look up at it with your head near the pedals.
The A/C light blinks because the A/C computer is not "seeing" the compressor shaft turning. Probably a relay fault but could be a bad mag clutch, broken wire, siezed com…pressor, faulty compressor speed sensor,,,the list goes on and on.
on the left side way in the back. if you found the high pressure side the continue going in the direction of the rear of the van. It is hard to see down almost to the frame ju…st before the firewall.
There is a tension bolt on the alternator (point up), but that does nothing unless you loosen the bolt just below it (points to passenger side) and the larger one that it pivo…ts on at the other end of the alternator (points to passenger side). Once all three are loose you can back out the tension bolt by hand and replace the belt. Very easy, 20 minutes max. WD40 may be of some help on the bolts to get them started. Before starting make sure you check tension on belt so you can tension new belt correctly.
It is located on the left side of the engine on the larger line.
The flasher for a Toyota is located high on the firewall behind the dashboard. It can easily be seen by shining a flashlight upward underneath the dashboard