2.4 Previa has a timing Chain.
it has a 2.4li engine size for gasoline
Your Toyota Previa has a chain and not a belt the should last the life of the engine and does not normally need replacing.
No , the 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 1995 Toyota Previa has a timing CHAIN
Bottom of the engine on the oil pan.
try looking at Toyota estima owners club. ian
If the question is in reference to engine oil then according to the user manual on my 95 previa it is 10w 30.
engine coolant temp sensor.
Remove the engine fuse for 10 seconds and put them back simple
There are a number of reasons why your Toyota Previa will not start. You should ensure that the battery is working properly, that the engine is able to pump fuel and if you cannot resolve the problem, you should call a mechanic.
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under driver seat where the engine is located, you'll see the oil dipstick. It's yellow in color.
It is at the dash board bottom just at the middle. You can see a plastic rectangle were the heater core is and at the right side are the pipes that goes to the coolant valve at the engine
6.1 quarts in engine, and additional quart in the oil overflow bottle.
Knock Sensor On your 1992 Toyota Truck Previa 2WD (2.4L FI DOHC), the Knock Sensor is located: Front seating area, center, under engine cover, passenger side of engine, under intake manifold, mounted in engine block
A 2.4 Li gasoline engine (2TZ-FE) utlizes a timing chain.
its on the front of engine just above aux.shaft easy to get to but you have to raise the vehicle saftly and get under it to see it
I have the same problem but I have a Yaris. Try turning the engine on and off 10 times. That's what ford does.
You will need to go to a repair shop and have them scan for codes. That will tell them the problem and when it is repaired they can reset the light.
On my 2008 Highlander, I started the engine and set the odometer to trip A. Shut off engine and restart while holding down the odometer button.
get a haynes manual at a library
Try and get someone to read the ECU codes, that will tell you if the problem is from the "Knock Sensor". If it is you will need to buy a new one and replace it. They are very expensive and can only be got from a Toyota Dealer. To fit your self Drill a hole under the front seat(Directly above the sensor) and replace from there. If you dont want to drill a hole you will have to drop the engine and that is not a cheap option on a previa.
check the fuel filter/fuel pump/fuel pump relay. Could be either one. Also see if it needs a major tune up.
Look under the car. By the fuel filter, keep on going. It's right between the transmission and engine connection... It's small and round...
lift the seat (driver) open the cover if it is a pm put 3 qts and start engine check level and add as needed