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
The 1989 Toyota pickup had a curb weight that ranged from 2,565 pounds to 3,765 pounds. The '89 Toyota pickup was selected as Motor Trend's 'Truck of the Year.'
Was built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
I give up, where?
The fuse for the wipers on a 1989 Toyota pickup are located under the dash, near the hood release. It is in the main fuse panel which controls most of the vehicle's electronics.
the stock Toyota gear ratio is 4.11
It is located on the bottom of the windshield washer reservoir.
Gear oil, Best place to get it is at WALMART.
You add automatic transmission fluid to a 1989 V6 3.0 Toyota pickup truck through the filler tube in the engine compartment. This is also used to check the fluid level.
above the oil filter to the back alittle
the 89 toys had the 22r 22re and 3.0 v6
The ECM (computer) is located on the passenger side kick panel!
behind glove box near stereo
It would have been built with R12, can be converted to R134a.
Depends. If both are trucks and both are 4cyl or both are V6 and as long as the 95 is a pickup not a Tacoma then yes.
The headlight relay on a 1989 Toyota pickup is located on the right side of the engine compartment. There is a fuse box on the right-hand side fender wall. The headlight relay is in this fuse box.
I think it's under the bed, passenger's side in a bracket on the frame. It's very easy to get to. You don't need to put the car on a lift but you do need to get on your back near the rear tire. That's where it is on my 1989 Toyota Pickup 2.4 2 barrell carbureted engine.
any v-6 toyota camry from 1989 to 1999. also toyota pickup and tacoma (4 cyl) also toyota avalon, and lexus es300 and es330.
The spark plug gap on a 1989 Toyota pickup with a 3.0 liter V6 engine should be set at .032 inches. The best spark plug for this vehicle would be an iridium plug.
I checked two reference manuals. The correct gap is .032" or 32 thousandths.
Trying asking a 4X4 shopalso define Big Lift
you have to take off the hubs and you need crazy hard to find tools