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It's directly underneath the throttle body and anchored to the throttle body by screws.
i had the same prob w/ my 92 seo and for me it was an a/c type sensor that is located on the driver side on the fire wall it has two hoses running off of it . check that out it could be your prob. it is a dealer part however i got one used from a helpfil person on tercelonline The throttle position sensor may need adjustment if the jumping idle is something that is "new" since installing the ECT (engine coolant temp) sensor and the TPS (throttle position sensor)
THE CAM POSITION SENSOR IS PART OF THE DISTRIBUTER, AND CANNOT BE SERVICED
where is the flasher located on a 1992 toyota paseo
It's built into the MAF
it's in the down pipe coming from your exhaust manifold. you will have to remove the heat shield from the exhaust manifold to access it
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The oxygen sensor is located in the exhaust manifold before the catalytic convertor. If you look down between the radiator and the exhaust manifold a few inches before the exhaust pipe connects to the exhaust manifold you will see the Oxygen sensor. The sensor will have 2 wires coming from it and it kinda looks like a sparkplug stuck into the exhaust manifold. There is 2 nuts that hold the oxygen sensor into the exhaust manifold.
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This is for the 94 Manual Paseo and I am assuming it is the same for the 96 paseo. The fill plug is located under the air filter housing. It is the biggest one on there and looks similar to the drain plug at the bottom.
paseo is "take a walk" in english
Under the rear seat, you can access it with ease.
no,paseo is not a computer....
the air fuel is controled by the oxygen sensor, located in the exhaust manifold. the idle is controled by the iscv(idle speed control valve) it is located on the intake manifold opposite to the trottle body The ECM (engine computer) uses various sensors (intake air temp, engine coolant temp, throttle position, manifold air pressure sensor) and a few I'm sure I missed to determine how long to keep the fuel injectors open so that the engine has the proper amount of fuel to go with the air so the engine runs efficiently. Once the Oxygen sensor warms up to 600 degrees the computer uses the signals from the oxygen sensor to determine whether a little more or llitle less fuel is needed . There is a flat head screw on the throttle body that can be adjusted to allow a little more or a little less air which will raise or lower the idle speed.
The thermostat housing is located on the driver side between the distributor and the transmission. There are two 12mm bolts holding the the thermostat housing. You may want to disconnect the white colored sensor before removing the housing. The thermostat is located underneath the housing.
It could be anything, but the most common problem is the O2 sensor.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
If you are referring to the ECT sensor, it is located on the front of the engine, on the mid/upper right hand side, itll be a small 2 inch metal plug comming out of the engine with a wire connected to it.
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Check the temp sensor. The control is not turning on the fan when engine temp requires it, so the most common cause is the sensor.
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