Park this car on a level surface and check the oil level after the engine has not been run for 1 hour. If you find that it is overfull, remove the excess oil immediately. Running an engine with too much oil is just as bad as running it with too little. Too much oil will cause the oil to cavitate, and air bubbles will be created. This will create severe engine damage from lack of lubrication. If you find this not to be the case, take the car to a professional for diagnosis. Running it with a emissions problem, (Check Engine Light) may or may not do damage. Depends on what has caused the light to come on.
oil burning . Condensation.
Burning oil in a Toyota Camry can be caused by a manufacturer's defect in the engine's pistons. A worn out valve cover gasket can also cause burning oil.
Hello, This could be cause by a couple of things, it could be the piston rings are getting tired (Whats is the mileage on the vehicle?) or the valve seals are getting also old letting oil pass trough it and burning when getting in the combustion chamber. White smoke is caused by oil entering the combustion chamber (Burning oil creates white smoke when burnt.)
possibly a head gasket is cracked
Toyota vehicles are extremely dependable, and have very long lives. My Toyota T-100 pickup, for instance, has 140,000 miles on the odometer, but it behaves like it is just getting broken in. Many Toyota drivers have many hundreds of thousands of miles on their vehicles.
The clutch fluid reservoir in a 2001 Toyota Tacoma is located on the vehicle's firewall near the back of the engine compartment. It provides a constant supply of fluid to the clutch as needed.
It's not recommended to use overdrive on a constant base. It stresses too much the engine as well as transmission.
Header is getting red
air con on hzj79 not getting power were are the fuses?
I am consistantly getting 25 MPG, Half Highway, Half City!!!