First remove the airbox and disconnect the vacuum hose and the connectors, remove the lower box be removing the 3 bolts, disconnect the wiper fluid bottle and put it a side, also remove the clip that is holding the sensors, now you will take off the 2 bolts that is holding down the fusebox and release the plastic clamps that is holding the wires in place, now your fuse box is free and you can put it towards the front to secure room for the fuel filter, at this point the fuel filter is visible, do not remove the filter brackets off just yet, you need to disconnect the lines, they are on there really tight, you will need a 17mm socket and a 19mm spanner wrench to remove the banjo bolt from the top, do not attempt to remove or install the banjo bolt with only the socket, this will damage the filter. The bottom you will need a 17mm spanner wrench and a 14mm Flare wrench, 14mm spanner will work, but there is a chance of stripping the head of the bolt. You will need to tighten down the return line first(Bottom) before you bolt down the feed line (Top) fill the filter with either gas, injector cleaner or octane booster then torque down the banjo bolt. After tightening down the fuel lines to the appropriate torque specified. put everything back together and you're done. It is recommended to change out the PCV valve at the same time.
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I was just told by a Toyota Dealer Tech that there IS NO fuel filters on my 1997 RAV4L. I'm confused now ...
The 1998 Rav4 does not have a cabin filter.
Where is the oil filter located on a 2009 Toyota rav4 3.5 engine
The map sensor comes standard on a 1998 Toyota Rav4. It is typically located on the dashboard panel on the drivers side of the car.
the oil filter is located under the headers. right on the front of the engines.
Yes they do... all cars do. They are located below the air filter.
Changing the oil filter on the 2008 RAV4 only requires changing the filter element. The filter element is located in the reusable oil filter housing located near the front of the motor below. If you have your owners manual the location is referenced in the book.
look in the Toyota rav 4 owners website very helpful
The firing order of a 1998 Toyota RAV4 with the 2.0 DOHC engine is 1-3-4-2
In order to remove the oil filter from a 2007 Toyota RAV4 you need to use an oil filter wrench. This wrench is a specialty to Toyota.
The Toyota Rav4 engine oil capacity with filter change is exactly 4.0 quarts. Without the filter change its 3.8 quarts.
There are (4) injectors, they are located just below the intake manifold on the back side of the engine.
where is gas filter for 2000 Toyota rav 4
You have two oxygen sensors in Toyota Rav4, One before the catalytic converter and another after.
On my 1996 Toyota RAV4 the oil filter is at the front of the vehicle, easily reached from the top. It is slightly to the left of center when standing in front of the vehicle.
The coolant temperature sensor on a 2001 Toyota RAV4 is located on the exhaust manifold. It is on the driver's side of the manifold.
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I dont know about a 98', but on my 97' Rav4 the oil filter is located next to the oil dip stick. Put your hand on the oil dip stick, move your hand forward toward the engine, should be right in that area.
1998 rav4 engine wont idle and clacking noise from under timing belt cover
When you open the hood and are standing in front of the Rav4 the alternator is on the left hand front side of the engine. You will see a large pulley with the alternator belt on it to the left of the alternator.
people say it's in the Gas Tank.
It's located under the fuse box behind the air filter holder - loads of fun to replace....