There are dozens of potential remedies for excessive sweating.
Generally people start by trying a prescription antiperspirant. These typically contain higher concentrations of aluminum, a metallic compound which is widely used in antiperspirants. Next comes the oral and topical treatments. There are several prescription medications such as anticholinerginics and beta-blockers that have been useful in stopping sweat. Pain killers, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressants have also been effective also for "psychological sweaters"--those whose sweating is exacerbated for social or mental reasons.
Botox injections have become a popular way to stop excessive underarm sweat recently. It works by paralyzing the glands to stop sweating entirely. Botox has a success rate of over 90%, but it's expensive, painful, and temporary.
The last resort for many is having a surgery performed to end the excessive sweating. There are a few different types of surgeries and new ones being created and used. Some of the more popular ones are liposuction, endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS), and retrodermal curettage.
Way more people suffer from excessive sweating than we think. There is a growing interest in the mysterious condition, and research going into it. Some mind-body approaches and eastern techniques are becoming more popular such as hypnosis, imagery, and acupuncture.
What is the trick for removing the starter, from the engine, I have the starter unbolted but has a small compartment that stops me removing it from the engine?
I may be wrong but I know most pick ups hav a fuel pump/sending unit located on top of the fuel tank it is usually sold as a set I worked at an auto salvage and when people called the would ask for a fule pump and it would come with the sending unit. You have to drop the gas tank to get to it.
Easy job on the 2002. Turn the two center air vents down and look inside above them. You will see a screw in each. Remove the screws and the face plate will come off. The radio is then bolted into the dash and can easily be removes. I hope no car radio theives are reading this!
maybe you hit the child safety lock its a little flip switch on the door itself were the latch is. You need to take the door trim off and check, the connecting rod from the latch to the lock. The dealer told me I needed a new lock and all I needed was to adjust the conector on the rod. That conector will slip. After I got it adjusted I glued it with some silocone. #########
TRY PUSHING IN ON THE LID THEN PULL LEVER AND LID UP..IT JUST NEEDS PRESSURE RELIVED BEFORE IT WILL OPEN..
Depending on mileage worn shock absorbers or struts?
turn key to on without cranking the engine then press the trip meter lever for a few seconds until the meter reads zero
The 2013 Toyota Sequoia's turning circle is 38.1 ft..
The maximum tosing capacity of the 2003 Toyota Sequoia is 6500 lbs..
my 98 4runner alarm system does not seem to be working if i used the alarm to open the door it will not open
Try E-bay for some answers search '98 4 runner remotes some gives you the info and the program.
Are you sure the button is good they are electrical. I don't know if it is a fused item or not but it wouldn't hurt to have a look see.
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You should have an emergency pull switch in the trunk on the same side as the tank. the entire button and housing might need replacing which will run you approximately $30 from the dealership
The gas tank on the 2006 Toyota Sequoia holds 26.4 gal..
It is important to maintain the proper fluids in a vehicle. A 1997 Toyota Corolla XL uses 10W30 type oil.
If you are talking about the rear taillighs only the corner lights have bulbs pull back the inner trunk liner at the corner behind the light grab the grey or white plug and twist to remove the bulb the rear tailights on the trunk have no bulbs they are neon and if it is out the whole light assemble must be replaced
this is for a 2004 jeep wrangler but i am still having problems:
there is a bolt underneath the cup holder.
and i THINK there are 2 more bolts underneath the jeep next to the E brake
i cant seem to find the right size socket to fit it.
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i need to know also
just to add on to this, there are 6 bolts in all. 2 inside the lock box, 2 beside the lock box (around the level of the handbrake), 1 in the forward cup holder and 1 under the shift boot. i used a 10 mil socket to get the bolts out of the side of the lock box. hopefully this helps.
Drivers can switch a Toyota Sequoia into 4 wheel drive mode by flipping the off road mode switch on the dash. This sends power to the front wheels to provide additional traction in mud, snow, and slippery terrain.
It is behind the glove box. Just open glove box disconnect the little piston rod on the right side then squeeze in the side supports so the glove box will open way down. The cabin filter it right behind the glove box. You will see a snap on door that covers the filter. Pull it off and slide out the filter.
This is a copy of a post from some time ago. It's specific to my '96, but might help you figure out what you need to to.
Let's see. First, open the glove box door. You can make it drop all the way down by flexing the little plastic piece that stops it from dropping, to the side. This gives you room to work. On the left side of the glovebox face, you will see a screw or two that hold the piece of molding around the radio on. Remove those screws and pull off the molding. Once the molding is off, you'll see a screw on each side of the radio, which holds the radio bracket to the dash. Take those out, then slide the radio forward. There is a connector which needs to be carefully removed from the back of the radio. The antenna needs to be unplugged too. Then the radio will slide right out. Installation is the reverse. FriPilot
Change the fuel filter first,
I had to replace the fuel/gas cap as the gasket was leaking air & caused the light to go on....Cost me $80 plus.....replace the cap, disposal fee & labor for a simple gas cap & resetting the lights.... Boyntonbaker Florida
Actually. there are four (4) of them on the Sequoia. The front two are located in the engine compartment on the exhaust headers. You can see them from underneath the car. One in either side exhuast header (left side and right side).
The rear two are located in the exhaust pipe system near the catalytic converter.
There is detailed information to be found in the FORUMS at tundrasolutions dotcom. This site has a VERY active Sequoia owners forum.
I would try online, or go to like a used car dealer ship and see if they have any of those cars there. You could email Toyota and have them send one to you. And if all else fails...try eBay.