first thing to see if its a fuse is push the button and if you hear a click on the driver side right behind the drivers seat, if you hear them click then its something to do with the motor or harness.
Also a problem i had when i first picked up my 88 4runner was i guess it would be the coil, the thing with the black cover on the window motor assembly, the cover had come loose and was stuck to the coil so i just replaced the cover and everything was cool, most recently a problem that i still haven't fixed is the harness is caught somewhere so it will get stretched out causes a break somewhere along the line when i move the window up or down, so to get that to go up and down i have to pull on the harness, which is on the driver side right up in the rear corner, which gets it back to the right place and sometimes i need somebody else to push the button inside while i move it around to the right place, i love toyotas.
The fuse box is labeled what each one is for. Look for windows or doors. If you find it and change the fuse but the window still doesn't work then you probably need to change the power window motor inside the door panel. There is also a fuse box under the hood that you can check but more than likely it will be the fuse box inside the car. Good luck, Jean
First make sure that the "child lock" safety button is not depressed on the drivers armrest. This locks the window in the rear doors and the tailgate window. I thought my tailgate window was stuck untuil I found that the rear windows were also not working.
It might not be a fuse at all. if the top is removed make sure to replace all the bolts, or at least look on the drivers side behind the side panels where the top bolts secure it. there is a pin switch which needs to be tripped by securing the top bolts when replacing the top. if the correct bolt is not replaced the window will not operate in any direction. I bought my '88 4runner being told the motor was bad and all it was was the top replaced with onlt a few bolts and this one was missed. It is the bolt right next to the roll bar on the driversidemore infothe rear window control panel is inside the tailgate just behind the left-rear quarter panel, remove the various bits of trim including i think the overhead rear light console and the leftrear tool pocket, in fact the control unit is just rearward of this tool pocket. Anyway there are two relays in there which are big culprits in the misfiring of the rear window. They can be sourced but that takes hours of googling. Also a help is to lubricate the window runners by dropping the tailgate and removing the trim panel. To get at the runners you need to lift the window which is something you cant normally do with the door down. Fool the system by clicking the 2 latches manually and then have someone support the glass as it comes out when the button is pressed to close the window. now clean and then lube (using PTFE grease ideally if poss) the window runners and also the various moving parts of the window regulator. The poor rear window problem is never only down to one reason, its either stripped teeth in the motor, dirt and dust in the runners, dirty glass, badly seated/sealing rubbers, generally old and failing wiring, failing contact points, failing relays in the control unit and one which is the cheapest fix of all - the window lock button beside the gearstick may have been pressed by your kids! HeadlineI recently had the same problem. After checking all of the above, I took the car to the dealer who found that the switch in the tailgate was bad. Fortunately this is a relatively cheap part, but difficult to get to if the window in broken in the down position. Also, if you have a rear wiper, there is an interface built in to the circuit that tells the wiper that the window is up and allows the wiper to work and window NOT to go down. Shake the wiper and force it to the home position (rest) while some one is actuating the switch.
if you have the correct tools and professional help it should work.
22RE or the 3.0L.
the v6 has a belt!
Rear window relay is inside the pillar on drivers side - its easiest if you remove th rear passenger interior side panels
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I have a 1988 Toyota 4-runner,and the fuel pump is in the tank. It is very easy to change. All you have to do is just lift up your back seat and on the passengers side there is a compartment with 3 screws. Then you take out the screws,pop off the cover, and there is your fuel pump! cowgirlunlimited
u cant u need a machine that plugs into the ecu
I have a 1988 toy. My fuel filter is located above the front right area of the engine closer to the back of the motor.
I have an 86 4 runner and a 22re engine. The nuts and bolts on mine are 12 mm.
You cant just change the bulb, you have to change the whole headlamp.
It sounds like you have a bad fuel sending unit. It is located in the fuel tank and the tank must be removed to replace it.
before the 1987 change 1988 to 1990 change 1995 to 1998
yes what size is it
On my 88 4Runner 22RE, the relay is located under the hood on the passenger side fender, just behind some sort of resister looking thing with cooling fins, a bit to the rear of the front tire, with a white plastic 4 wire plug.
Trying to describe where to put each and every vacuum line is IMPOSSIBLE.If you have rebuilt the engine without a manual then you are braver then most.I would suggest you GET THIS BOOK Toyota Pick-up, Land Cruiser, 4Runner Repair Manual 1970-1988 by Chilton for Christmas.My Dad has the same one for his 1986 Toyota 4x4 and it has very good vacuum line diagrams.Good Luck and Remember.Change Your Mind, Not Your Oil.Use the First In Synthetic Motor Oil's.See My Bio For more information.
2 hours max....
Is it a manual or automatic?
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In 1988 there was a body style change , if the 1988 is the new body style then Yes you can.
I don't have an exact answer for you. It is likely with the other fuses on the interior of the vehicle, in a block. It is also likely a 15 or 20 amp fuse. Hope that helps a little.
In the back of the engine one bolt is hidden under the air box
no a Philips screw driver and a 10mm socket
The first Toyota 4Runner was introduced in 1984 as the 1984 1/2 models. It was nearly identical to the Toyota Pickup mechanically and was primarily different from the cab back. I found recalls for every year from 1988 to 2003, but I did not find any after that. Some of those recalls were minor issues and others more significant.