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  3. That does sound quite terminal, that's a lot of oil being consumed. Still think complete bottom-end rebuild may be an option though (rebore, pistons, etc)
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  5. I would say at first glance that its a vacuum leak on the inlet manifold side of the engine. Any component that has a vacuum hose or is somehow linked to the inlet manifold needs to be checked and even spray some brake cleaner near the areas to see if it is drawn in and burnt in combustion which will raise the revs momentarily. Other methods (safer ones!) would be smoke generator to see where any smoke is coming from within the engine. Also, an exhaust gas analysis will show an excessive oxygen content (should be 0%)
  6. I have a toyota camry 1994 2.2 litre 5SFE engine and manual gearbox. My problem is stalling/flexing idle and up and down idle depending if it's cold and dry weather when its quite good but when wet and not cold weather its big problems. I have replaced map sensor,throttlehouse,iac valve,intake air sensor,spark plugs,ingition cables,tempereature sensor to EFI.Now i will change ECU. Does anybody have a solution to my problem. Regards Mika
  7. I am looking to change out the side rail on a 96 celica and was wondering if anyone had any good information for removing the top and rail piece. Google search hasn’t helped much. I kinda need a good starting point and plan before tackling this and was wondering if anyone had any good videos or books that will help me get this done thanks
  8. What is approximate value of a 1990 Camry, garage kept, good condition, well maintained with 58,000 miles? I have every record of every repair done.
  9. I have a toyota camry 1994 2.2 litre 5SFE engine and manual gearbox. My problem is stalling/flexing idle and up and down idle depending if it's cold and dry weather when its quite good but when wet and not cold weather its big problems. I have replaced map sensor,throttlehouse,iac valve,intake air sensor,spark plugs,ingition cables,tempereature sensor to EFI.Now i will change ECU. Does anybody have a solution to my problem. Regards Mika
  10. Am hearing this is an issue, i do wonder if they will release a software update. Worth talking to your local dealership in the near future to see if this is going to be the case
  11. Hi.....welcome to the Forum 330k miles is a superb achievement and I always say 'it wouldn't have got there if it wasn't any good' Superb testament to Toyota as a brand
  12. 2012 Highlander. Planning a camping trip for my son's 17 bday. We will be 7 adult size people (around 1200lbs estimate) and can fit fine in the three rows of seats but will be towing a uhaul 4x8 trailer for our gear -approx 1100lbs (850lb trailer plus 200lbs gear/food+). The numbers in the manual show I am in the upper ranges of allowed weights. I am just cautious if this is OK to do, Do I have to drive super slow?, Am I totally fine?, do I need to put extra air in my tires?...so psyched but nervous....any advice is GREATLY APPRECIATED. THX for your time.... Samantha
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  14. USB option not showing on my Audio screen, the manual shows the screen with the USB icon. Trying to play music, 3.2 Gen 1 Memory stick.
  15. No, had some stumbling, erratic low rpm response but not failure.
  16. the 2021 Camry may not be as nimble as Honda counterpart or luxurious as Mazda but its easy to live with. Toyota's dependability is proven and 2021 Camry gets more safety tech. From what i could find, the 21 Camry is highly frugal and prioritize safety. Yes, before buying do test drive the models you are considering. Also I see a simple details and comparison here - https://www.carindigo.com/toyota/camry
  17. if you are looking for an air filter then I use these products to help gas mileage: https://www.searchforparts.com/oil-change/toyota-2013-highlander-2.7l-1ar-fe (if you have a 2.7L) https://www.searchforparts.com/oil-change/toyota-2013-highlander-3.5l-2gr-fxe (if you have a 3.5L) also here are some roof racks that are worth looking at: https://www.carid.com/2013-toyota-highlander-roof-racks/ hope this helps!
  18. I'm not sure of the ride height & rebound length though
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    Water Pump?

    Got a 2010 Sienna with 250k miles, Was under the hood changing filter with cleaning MAF, Heard some noise. Water pump? If I was to leave it for now and would the noise get louder? video below. https://youtu.be/sSnpD57IsPg
  20. Hi! Just got a new Corolla Hatchback 2021 and I can't install map app there. It doesn't work through Toyota app. I can use Map only with Android Auto. But it's so annoying to have a wire all the time. Who has the same problem with maps? Thanks
  21. I have some updated info on a firmware update for the 2021 Venza on my FB Venza group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/2907630522790695
  22. Just did it, pretty easy and worked first time. Toooooyyyyyoooootttttaaaaa!!
  23. Sadly, the smell is back. Just like an "old crankcase oil" smell, not a "fresh burned oil" smell. Any ideas?
  24. Where is it located?
  25. They have it now. Just moved it to the left side of hitch.
  26. Oh and any ABS system that goes in peril, and dash lights on. Is made to safe out, so to speak and it manual overrides into a normal condition. You have and are checking brake fluid levels and looking behind each tire to make sure you have no brake fluid leaks or seaps or all that , Right ?
  27. Check,read the owner's manual. The vehicle needs to be in a certain safety lockout condition for any and all power assist doors to fully operate in all functions. I went through this, when I 1st got my 05, hadda pull the damn manual out all the time and keep reviewing its procedures till I got it right. Toyota wins the USA Safety Awards for it Siennas, year after year. Theirs good reason for what you have to learn
  28. My 05 Sienna, has the typical irritating clicking noise coming from the air blender servo motors, for the cabin heat,cool system. Up at the front ,left of drivers seat, sometimes under glove compartment. Does anyone have a link to anything that has a pictorial of just where to dig in to get at these servos. How to snatch em out painlessly and replace. Thanks in advance to whomever can assist. "The Right To Repair" Is a war, I will never end with all builders of anything !!!! Once we buy what you create. The only defense against you, is to have the ri
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