I finally have a garage and have taken the van off the road for the winter. It's been my only car since 2010 and repairs have been focused on keeping it on the road and it's taken it's toll. So I'm getting around to repairing the power steering. New pump, pressure line and return line. Harbor Freight sells a chain wrench for $6.99 that worked perfect for holding the pulley to break the bolt loose.
Other needed repairs include - Tie rod ends, ball joints, control arm bushings, throttle
Today I am going to change oil, filters, (air, oil) radiator flush, plugs, wires, cap, rotor. This is my first van, my first attempt to do anything mechanically. Is there any does or don't that will help?
I just purchased my first TV and I am killing my kidneys here. I have about a 1/4 inch of space above the bump stops when no one is in it. I want to bring her back up to spec so I can drive over pebbles again... Can anyone help? Give guidance?
did you mention being able to sizeup to 915-yzzd3 for previa?
This is my most recent vehicle purchase, a 1984 Toyota Van LE, affectionately referred to as LeVan.
The reason behind this purchase is not only the fact that I fell in love with this model of van after my ex purchased and then sold one, but because my job requires that I move materials of a sizable nature (Drywall etc) from UT to WY. It will also serve as an excellent camping alternative and hopefully make it to Burning Man 2015.
Updated 06-09-2015 at 05:32 PM by '84LeVan