wow, thanks for nothing. since there isn't a category for pre 95 Toyota pickups on this site, we have to assume that 93 pickup is what they meant. as far as the headlights, i believe you have to take the whole assembly out, the bulbs don't look like they can be replace seperately on my 94 at least. here's a link to a site that explains it better...http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/showthread.php?t=281540&highlight=headlight
Toyota didnt make tacomas until 1995
The Toyota pickup with the largest wheelbase and bed is the Tacoma. You can read inforation on the Tacoma and all of its features at www.toyota.com/tacoma.
i have a 1998 Toyota tacoma pickup the pulley is loose on it does it free float or what
Check out www.tacotunes.com they have step by step instructions on how to replace your speakers in your Toyota tacoma.
well, considering that there is no 1989 Toyota tacoma, i wouldn't think so..if you're talking about a 1989 Toyota pickup, then no
If both are 4X4 then yes.
Toyota offers only two different types of models that are catergorized as pickup trucks, the Toyota Tundra and the Toyota Tacoma.
Sadly, it will not.. they are different shapes.
I think my 87 Toyota pickup weighs 2,000 lbs
The Toyota Tacoma is a fairly popular pickup truck. The Tundra may be slightly more popular full-size truck.
Your 2006 Toyota Tacoma has a chain and not a belt. No maintenance is required.
The headlights on the 2002 Toyota Tacoma might work on dim but not on high beam because of a blown fuse. If the headlights are too dim to see properly in the dark, there could also be a problem with the alternator and the charging system in the vehicle.