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Ted Ritter

I have more than 28 years experience as toyota technician, I will be able to answer most questions related to the Toyota product line up to the present year models,I am located in the US but welcome questions from other regions of the world. When asking a question please provide specific information: year,model, engine,transmission information. Provide as much information as possible including a brief repair history if possible. I have been a volunteer here for more ten years an have answered over 16,000 questions helping Toyota owners with their problems and save thousands of dollars without any compensation, some of my answers are published on many other websites including google and various automotive forums. DONATIONS ARE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED, IF YOU HAVE RECIEVED HELPFUL INFORMATION PLEASE MAKE A DONATION. AS OF TODAY (JULY 22, 2014) ALL REQUESTED GRAPHICS, ILLUSTRATIONS, DIAGRAMS, PHOTOS, WILL REQUIRE THE MINUMUM DONATION UP FRONT.

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2015-03-02 DEAD SHORT:

Hello, you'll need to start at the battery and go from there, supposing the battery is ok and has 12 volts check the large 80 amp alternator fuse, then check the AM1 and the AM2 fuses, these supply power

2015-02-28 96 Camry won't start:

This distributor has an external coil and igniter, before we go on and so I don't have to guess I would like to see if there are any diagnostic codes in the computer. You can do this by putting a short

2015-02-27 96 Camry won't start:

Hello, does the engine crank over normally but not fire up or does it seem like it has no compression? Do you have a 12 volt test light or multimeter available?  The coil is inside the distributor, remove

2015-02-19 Rav4 shift lock solenoid:

The sift interlock solenoid is located inside the shift console, the second picture shows about where it is supposed to be but does not actually show it, please click and copy this link into your browser

2015-02-15 about my 1990 toyota runner starting problem:

Yes, all you are doing is to complete the circuit that the ignition switch would normally do, ideally the right way is to replace the switch, if it's an automatic make sure the shifter is in park because

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