I have been battling a weak spark, no start condition on my 91LE Previa with 165k (I have a 93LE with 450k+ too . I have done a lot of checking and swapping. I have replaced the plugs, wires, cap & rotor, the distributor, igniter and even swapped the ECU(used). I have checked the wires going from the igniter to the coil (swapped it too) and the ECU to distributor for continuity and short to ground. I have cleaned and verified the battery fuse box. One other thing I disconnected the noise filter
Originally Posted by timsrv
Things like hatches, doors trim pieces lights etc will swap easily. The rest..........not so much. These are unibody vehicles which means the frame is part of the body (all one big spot welded/formed assembly). The underside unibody/frame is significantly different between 4wd & 2wd vans. Anything is possilbe (with enough time & money), but for practical purposes, swapping bodies between 2wd's & 4wd's isn't an option. It's the same reason you don't see people converting 2wd's to 4wd's.
1986 LE Van 2 wheel drive fuel injected.
It's time to drive my 88 4x4 van, so in all good conscience and fairness to others I have to mention I'm sure someone out there would like to get their hands on the complete 86 drive train, engine, tans, driveshaft and rearend with brakes. Anything else under the body too. I'm keeping lights, mirrors and window motors, the small stuff, and my neighbor wants just the body with the glass and doors. Where?
Okay, in Del Norte Colorado. (Southern
Front fan not blowing at any position I saw there is a fuse behind the fan switch?
This is my very first post, on my very first day @ this forum
Looking for much needed expert advice on my van's electrical system. The alternator ( Denso) started to malfunction ( Became really hot & drained the battery), took it to an auto electrician. Armature, diode plate & regulator got replaced ( with brand new parts). Put it back in and still battery light won't light up in Dashboard. Can mail pics if in need to diagnose. Thx in advance.