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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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2014-07-23 P0420:

Here in the US the converter can be purchased by non Toyota sources which are much cheaper than Toyota factory, around $400 USD. Plus any labor charge if you have it installed. Check around for your location

2014-07-13 electricial Problem:

Looking at the diagram there must be a break in one of the wires between connector 1F and the relay, possibly at the splice point which the dot indicated in the diagram, these are usually soldered and

2014-07-11 AC temp control knob:

Hello, have you checked that control knob ids not loose, if it feels loose pull it off and tighten the mounting nut, the nut completes a ground circuit, if loose for too long the bad ground can burn out

2014-07-10 electricial Problem:

To check ground in an electrical system all power must be off so disconnect the battery, check from each relay contact to body ground, if your meter is not auto ranging set the meter to it's 0-100 ohm

2014-07-09 1993 4runner:

A code 52 is for the engine knock sensor, which would not cause this problem, it's possible that it's really a code 25 which is an O2 sensor code. The sensor is most likely not the cause, there is something

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