We have not yet repaired the problem carhas been parked since 3-20-11 to date 11-22-2011. The fuse is bolted in to the fuse block so you'll have to loosen the block and take the cover off the bottom. I have also read some other people reviews online regarding the water pump of Toyota vehicles. I'm surprised if it's so good at braking that it has not ripped my entire tire tread off as technicians say the treat is separating well before its time! Assuming it is a byproduct of all this Alternator fuse stuff. Looking at the wireing diagram, it seems that it is the Alternator fuse which is in a block with other stuff.
The failure only occurred when the vehicle was parked. If you ever short the battery or jump it backwards it will blow. The price is labor driven and that labor is driven by the horrific location of this otherwise easy plug and play part. Getting the timing belt off is easy. Based on a look at the wiring diagram, it seems that everthing downstream of the Alt fuse is not working, while everything that is not on that same circuit, is working.
Drop by your local store or order from AutoZone online and enjoy Same-Day Store Pick-up. I think I'm going to do this job. The manufacturer was notified but they offered the contact no assistance. The failure mileage was 33,800 and the current mileage was 34,250. I feel this oil cooler lines problem is an issue that needs to be researched as a possible Toyota recall. Behind the glove box you will see a plastic door and frame which houses the cabin air filter. Yes, there is and that fuse is blown.
You will need a 65mm oil filter wrench for the housing. Need to know what your engine size is before I can help any further Oct 11, 2013 For water pump replacement i suggest you to check the help link provided below. He drove the vehicle to an authorized dealer who was unable to duplicate the failure. Offset wrenches might work on some of these also. Oce the screws or nuts are removed, then you can gently pry off the plastic tail light lens. The contact stated that the vehicle will be in the dealers possesion for approximately two weeks.
The car was no longer under warranty at 68970 miles. Not sure if any engine damage was done need to have it towed to a shop. Some I know I can do without. Dealer quoted me 183 for the pump and 50 for the toyo coolant. There's just nothing like Mud. The mechanic checked the dipstick which showed absolutely no oil in my engine. Jan 23, 2012 the light has to be reset you serviced the car before it was time and the light was not reset then.
Jack and drop doesn't sound too bad. Grady Anyways, going to pick it up and assess some other options. You need to replce the 140A first and then check the others. But in both my 2003 4runner and 2008 Tundra it's located behind the lower glove box. Most people just replace the entire wiper blade assembly with aftermarket wiper blades.
I spend a lot of time looking for tools that are right in front of me. I can't budge them and I don't want to strip the screws as then I'll really be f'd. Using the key or flathead screwdriver, insert the flat end into the opening, made visible by removal of the key. It's oddly shaped but about 6in by 6in with two bolts holding it on. The failure and current mileage was 62,000. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure.
Took to the dealer to get 2 outstanding recalls spiral cable and software update for brake pedal override and was told that the water pump is failing. I pulled directly into the service bay. See the Sources and Related Links section below for more information on the wiper blade itself and installation videos. Got confirmation that the water pump on the wife's Highlander 2008 Limited 3. I can't believe I didn't disconnect the battery when I started.
The car was towed 140 miles to motorcars Toyota for repair. The service manual directs to pull the engine and that's how they quote it regardless of how they actually do it. I feel like all the money I saved was blown by the drop of a wrench. They can do it Monday which will work and that gives me some time to assess if I think I can get it done. We took to Toyota and they said water pump needs to be replaced.
The failure mileage was 55,973. I'll have to check maint records to see how old that belt is. I had Toyota fix the problem under warranty, but I looked online and found that other people have the same problem. When I pulled into the dealership, I explained what happened and am now awaiting to see what the problem is. This would indicate to me that Toyota has noticed a design flaw in the oil cooler lines that were in my Highlander. I was less than a mile from my destination and was able to safely park my vehicle with no issues. Gumby - I was taking the word of others that the service manual said to pull the engine.