It would depend on the engine type, petrol or Diesel. Essentially for an engine to work, you need two or three conditions to be met. 1)Fuel 2)Compression 3)Spark (petrol engine only). In addition to this the engine needs to be spun by the starter motor (or push start) at sufficient speed. In order to answer the question without writing pages and pages of text, more information is needed. 1)Petrol or Diesel engine 2)Battery condition and cranking speed (if cranking at-all) 3)Noise whilst cranking the engine. 4)Circumstances leading up to the failure to start. Sorry I cant be more useful. technoparaphernalia@Yahoo.co.uk
Look at the lower end of engine
My 1990 Toyota Celica Idle is too high... What seems to be the problem?
i'd look under the hood first
1990 TOYOTAS HAVE VANE AIRFLOW METERS
Look at the bottom or rear of the radiator
Look in the removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
Look under the exhust manifold.
Look under vehicle along frame - follow the fuel line from the tank
try www.autozone.com an look in the specs.
Look in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
The fuel filter on a Toyota pickup having a 22re engine is located on the left side, directly under the intake manifold. It is held on by two 12mm bolts. If you look under the truck, you will see the filter to the left of the oil filter.
Look for spark and fuel 1st then comeback
There are two types of speed sensors and you can't tell until you look. One is electrical/magnetic (VSS) and one is a cable that goes directly into the instrument cluster. Here is my answer to How to replace the Speedometer Cable in a 1990 Toyota 4x4 Pickup 3.0 3VZE V6. To remove the cable you will need to unhook the e-brake assembly and seperate the speedometer cable from the e-brake at the firewall by the gas pedal. On end goes to rear of the instrument cluster and the other end attaches to a small gear at the rear of the transmission. The instrument cluster will need to be removed.
you buy more hose and you make it longer look how it bade and finmd a way to getting around without blocking the hose
On my 92 Toyota Pickup V6 4X4, it is located in a different section than on the 4cyl. If you are looking straight at the engine, look to your right and down into the engine. Look for the LOWER radiator hose and follow it into the engine block. Romove the housing and this is where the thermostat on my truck was located
to answer your question. the fuel filter on a 1992 Toyota pickup is on the passenger side of the truck bolted to the block. If you look right up under the fender on the passenger side on the block you should see it.
Look to your right next to your accelerator pedal. When you find the fuse box, if you look at it front on, it will be on the far left bottom corner.
Simple. Look up under your dash board follow the clutch pedal to the switch, pull it out, jam a paper clip it ins place. Your Toyota will now start in gear if you turn the key. :�
A good place to start for finding information about leasing a Toyota matrix is a local Toyota dealer. A second place to look is online, where there are many lease dealers.
Go online to any auto parts store and look up the alternator for both a 1990 and the 1999. If the parts number is the same you're good to go.
Toyota pickups with the 4 cylinder engine: Look for the frost plug on the RIGHT side of the engine block near the oil filter. In order to get the frost plug out you can try the usual tap via a screwdriver or small chisel to one side to make it pivot in place, whereupon you can get a vice grips on one of the edges and pull it out, or for a no-danger removal drill a hole and pull it out via some sort of hook. IF you look at the installation instructions for the block heater they should have all this and more.
Check your alternator and if that isn't it (but sounds like it) take a look at your starter.
look at the housing where the lower rad hose connects to a small switch in this housing is what you are looking for
Google 1962 Ford pickup and you will see several models.
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