Inside the gas tank
drop the tank.......
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it's as easy as this save your money do chours or go to work and buy a new one get it got it good
The fuel filter is clogged and needs replaced. The second problem could be the fuel injectors are not pumping sufficient fuel to the engine.
it does not you will have too put coneckt it your self.
The vehicle weight is located on the front drivers side door jamb on the placard.
there isn't one
Unknown year - In front of the drivers side rear wheel. It's bolted to the frame. On my 1994 4runner it's bolted to the frame on the PASSENGER side about midway between the front and rear wheels. Toyota states you should never have to replace a fuel filter as they are designed for life; unless you know for a fact you have purchased bad gas. On my '96 Limited it's on the left frame rail underneath the car, almost directly beneath the driver's seat. Good idea to replace it every 100,000 miles or so. On my 1986 4runner EFI, it's bolted to the engine block underneath the fuel rail. I've had to replace it once before. But in any engine configuration find where the fuel enters your engine (either carburetor fuel supply, or the fuel rail on EFI) and trace the line back toward the source (gas tank) somewhere in that line will be the filter, and they can look very different from eachother, I know mine just looks like a big metal canister.
Does not have a cabin air filter. Doubt if you could retrofit the air intake for the HVAC.
The 1986 4Runner could be losing mileage for several reasons. The engine could need a tune up. The fuel filter could need changing. The engine could have high mileage, causing lower fuel economy. Or the transmission could be slipping slightly.
Its connected to the Fuel Pump inside of the gas tank
under the oil filter
Obviously, very similar to the answer for the 1988 fuel filter. Damned if you dont have to replace these things about every 7 years. On an 87 you start at the gas tank and follow the line. But, after you get under there, by the back wheelwell passengerside, if you have to move forward you missed it. It is easy to find and easy to replace. This also applies to a 1988 Toyota Pickup. Just in front of the rear passenger tire.
replace fuel filter
Check the fuel filter and catalatic convertor.
1986 Toyota 4Runner headlight bulb lamp replacement: Purchase the correct replacement headlight bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below for replacement bulb information. Then consult your owner's manual for the headlight bulb lamp replacement procedure. As simple as it sounds, the owner's manual is the best place to start for bulb replacement instructions and illustrations. You may want to consider replacing both left and right at the same time in order to keep brightness and color equal (optional).
Some special editions of the 1st generation Toyota 4Runner came stock with 31x10.5-15 sized tires. If you contact the parts department at your local Toyota Dealership you can get the speedometer gear for this tire size, as long as you keep the stock gear. I have heard of people cramming 33 inch diameter tires with no modifications to the vehicle however I would not recommend this due to rubbing issues.
The price varies, but it should in the range of $1000-3000 + transmission.
Most sites will say that is is located, Under vehicle, passenger side, below seating area, near fuel tank, mounted on frame rail in fuel line". This may be true but on some Toyota's I have found it to be located drivers side, under the intake manifold. It is a black filter and extremely hard to see and hard to access and replace. If you find the filter located under the intake, you can access it by removing the left front wheel. You will see a rubber shield just above the frame. Pull this shield back and you can see the filter and be able to access it. Very hard filter to remove and replace. Good Luck.
The 1996 Toyota Celica and a 1994 Toyota Celica both run the same oil filter. The part number in a Ryco Oil filter is Z386 From 1986 the front wheel drive Celicas all used the same filter. Even the GT4 models still used a Z386