Step 1, remove lower left corner trim piece, just snaps out.
Step 2 remove 2 screws behind hood release lever and 2 bolts on lower left and right of trim panel under steering wheel, panel then pops out.
Step 3 remove 2 bolts and take out metal frame under trim panel from step 2.
Step 4 insert key, move to accessory position, insert 1/8" rod into hole on bottom of lock housing and push while pulling on key, lock pops out. Installation of new lock, insert key to acc position and shove it into lock housing. Reinstall trim and you are done.
You can get the new lock rekeyed at a locksmith or Toyota before installing.
I have the same problem, going to have a locksmith make sure its the ignition switch and cylinder and just not a key problem or a tumbler problem.
10 degrees before TDC
where is the number 4 cylinder on a 1998 toyota 4 runner v 6 engine
The 2.4 liter four cylinder engine in a 1995 Toyota 4 Runner has a timing ( CHAIN )
for a 4 cylinder it is 1342... for a 6 cylinder it is 123456...
Ignition - Coolant Temperature Sensor
The 4.0 litre V6 engine in a 2007 Toyota 4 Runner has a timing CHAIN
According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) the 2.7 liter four cylinder engine in a 1998 Toyota 4 Runner has a timing CHAIN
petrol/deisel 2.4 or 3.0??
Uses a belt!
In a 1994 Toyota 4 Runner the ( 2.4 liter four cylinder has a timing CHAIN ) and the ( 3.0 liter V6 has a timing BELT )
2 on the 4 cylinder engine or 6 on the 6 cylinder engine.
Should be the same as any 4 runner. Check my posts, I have answered it several times.
The 4 cylinder is ( 2.7 liters ) and the V6 is ( 3.4 liters )
A compression check and cylinder leak-down test should tell you the condition of your engine.
The 4.0 liter V6 engine in a 2004 Toyota 4 Runner has a timing CHAIN
According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) the 4.7 liter - V8 engine in a 2004 Toyota 4 Runner has a TIMING BELT
May not be your car, but proceedure same http://forums.travel.com/toyota-camry-forum/617282-1993-toyota-camry-4-cylinder-ignition-coil.html Hope it helps
When you say program, do you mean make the ignition cylinder so you can insert the key and turn it to start the vehicle? If so you can bring it to a lock shop and have them program the key.
It depends on displacement of the engine. If you have 2.2L 4 cylinder, then it has 2 of them. If you have 3L V6 then there are 6 of them.
you need to take it to a Toyota dealer. this cannot be done without a Toyota special tool