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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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2016-02-06 Toyota ECU:

Hello Ryan  The early V-6 used until late 1995 is not the same as the later VZN-FE by any means, they use the same basic block but the heads and everything else is not compatible. The early engine had

2016-02-05 check engine light constantly blinking:

Hello, the check engine light is flashing because the engine has a misfire. The best way to go about finding out why this is happening is to take it to an autoparts store like autozone, OReilly they they

2016-01-27 01 tundra 4.7 starter electrical:

This is a very common thing on the early and some later Tundras, yes, the problem is the starter, the only other thing that is between the relay and the starter is the neutral start switch, if there is

2016-01-19 Timing mark not lining up on a 22r 1994:

It could be a balncer problem so verify that the RDC mark is correct, remove the number one spark plug and put t thin rod in the hole until it contacts the top of the cylinder, rotate the engine until

2016-01-18 2004 Camry glove box damper:

If the mounting pegs on the glove box door and the dash are not broken off, get a new damper connect it to the peg inside the glove box then pull it down and either push it on the peg on the door or sometimes

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