First off I would consider checking the compression of the engine... While you have the spark plugs out also check them for fouling or abnormal wear (gap too wide}... If everything is fine then I would suspect Carbruation or Injectors... Finally I would check the Fuel Pressure and Filters...Good Luck...
maybe the clutch
Stopped up fuel filter.
may want to check your air intake,filter, and the cat. converter
One can purchase floor mats that would fit in a Toyota Tacoma by going to the Carid website. Also, AutoAnything and Amazon sell Toyota Tacoma floor mats too.
Why would a 2001 toyota tacoma not sift gears when engine is cold?
no sir definitely not, 2005+ tacomas are bigger in every dimension and it would be too small in every dimension
my 1997 Toyota Tacoma has the dash/gauge light burnt out - i would like any help to locate bulb and replace i thank you
You probably used the wrong type of antifreeze. You should use the type for aluminum heads.
The 1996 Toyota Tacoma does not have a timing chain. It has a timing belt. It will cost approximately $600 to change the timing belt.
The best place to find replacement parts for your Toyota Tacoma would be your local salvage yard. If not there, try one of these sites ...www.tacomaworld.com or www.autohausaz.com Toyota Parts
check for tune-up, check maf sensor, check o2 sensors, do a fuel system service.
No it will not fit perfectly.
Gates ( they make timing belts etc. ) shows ( 90,000 miles ) for the 1998 to 2004 Toyota Tacoma 3.4 liter V6 engine timing belt
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either your knee hits it into neutral or you hit the bump to fast and it pops forward.
Check the Freon pressure first. The AC compressor will not turn on if the Freon pressure is too low.
A brand new Toyota Tacoma will cost around $17,500 from truecar retailers. Having looked online at several retailers, the prices are all within this range.
You should check your Toyota Tacoma's owners manual. There should be a diagram for the location of your thermostat.
I would use 5w 50 older truck
It is important to use the right oil in any car to help it give a smooth ride. For a 1999 Toyota Tacoma, the right engine oil would be SAE 5w30 .
If you are referring to a Tacoma truck, you can find one at any Toyota dealer or go to www.toyota.com. I would be a little cautious until all this recall business is over.
If the idle is set too high, and you have an automatic transmission, this will happen. A sticking throttle cable or rod can also do this.
What does your owner's manual say? I would suspect it say's 5w20.
Out of time or spark plug wires hooked up incorrectly.