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    Re: Coolant and Oil Leak

    Thanks Flecker. Its not gear oil, so thats rear main? I may have to dig deep. I dont have anywhere indoors to do this sort of work right now and idaho is getting chilly. I wish they had replaced...
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    Re: Coolant and Oil Leak

    Any final diagnosis? I'm losing near a quart every 500. I've parked it at this point, but the underside of my transmission looks exactly like these photos. Transmission apointment being made first...
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    Re: Top End Rebuild

    Bummer. Showing both as NLA on toyotapartsdeal.com. You got the last one you lucky rascal.
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    Re: Top End Rebuild

    Beetleswamp, got a link? They sold out?
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    Re: Power Steering Pressure Line Fix

    This thread has been incredibly helpful as I try and tackle this fix.

    However, Iím encountering a similar situation as AD2101 in post#39. All the shops I go to can make the line with the female...
  6. Sticky: Re: The WHAT-IS-THIS-PART and WHAT'S-THE-PART-NUMBER Thread for US Toyota Vans 1984-1

    Thank you.
  7. Sticky: Re: The WHAT-IS-THIS-PART and WHAT'S-THE-PART-NUMBER Thread for US Toyota Vans 1984-1

    Ď88 4x4 manual. Part number for this BVSV?

    9486

    9487
  8. Re: 1988 manual 4wd le, central Florida ($4,000)

    Tried to PM, box is full. Very interested in vermont.
  9. Re: Lift gate (tailgate / rear hatch) mechanical operation

    Didnít see a solution to this broken part in the thread. Itís the cable that connects the handle mechanism to the latch. Think a bike shop could fabricate one of these?


    9134
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    Re: The Fan Shroud Thread

    Started this little project last night with help from the boys at Sheet Metal Fab in Ketchum. First version is steel. It went much easier than expected. We may take another go at it with aluminum,...
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    Re: The fusible link thread

    Thanks for verifying that Tim.

    The plan was to inspect everything this weekend. Based on what I have read in this thread and others, I’m probably doing ok. However, I do like preventative...
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    Re: The fusible link thread

    Looking to tackle this, this weekend. Iíve read this thread through a number of times. Is my understanding correct:

    FL 1.25B ó Toyota Part #90982-08276 (NLA). If FL box and posts are still...
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    Re: Everything Must Go - Lots of photos

    Pm sent
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    Re: So how slow is everyones van?

    I donít push it past 70/75mph but can sustain that for a while. And usually about 45mph up steep hills on the highway.
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    Re: Transmission/Transfer Case issues

    So I had this job performed at AAMCO in Twin Falls, ID last fall. I had my mechanic recently drain and check my tranny and transfer case to make sure everything was holding up well. He found the...
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    Re: 1984 auto 2wd paret out near seattle

    Pm sent
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    Re: Fall Fire Sale!

    PM sent
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    Swivel captains chairs vermont

    I have a pair of brown swivel captains chairs to unload in Vermont. Interested parties should email shred4u@gmail.com for photos. Pick up only. Will not ship. Ideally, I want them to leave as a...
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    Re: Transmission/Transfer Case issues

    Thanks, getting right on it.
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    Transmission/Transfer Case issues

    I recently had the pinion bearings replaced in the rear diff. Since I alleviated that noise, others have arisen. A noticeable "whirring" was occurring in 3rd,4th and 5th gear, consistently around...
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    Re: Parting out 86 LE Van

    PM'd. Also want that fog light switch if it's still up for grabs.
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    Re: Fuse Block Identification

    *Update

    As I was putting things things back together, I tried jiggling the wires behind the fuse box again in hopes I could find a temporary solution while I find time and another garage to work...
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    Re: Fuse Block Identification

    Well, I like to fix things one time. So if there's a fix that can keep me from doing this again for a while, I'm all in.

    I'm not to apprehensive with electrical work. I was raised to be an...
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    Re: Fuse Block Identification

    Thanks Tim,

    I knew I left something out of my post in my haste to get to work.

    I did try resetting the breaker in my process. But since you suggested it, and I left it out, I figured I...
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    Re: Fuse Block Identification

    I had the blower motor problem. Replaced that and the resistor. When the new blower still wasn't working on High, i repeated my "jiggle test" of the wires behind the fuse block. That seemed to be...
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    Re: Change your alternator ILLUSTRATED!

    I went with Tim's strategy of removing the lower mount and adjusting the bushing. After that everything went back together easy peasy. Or as easily as can be hoped for considering...

    I know it's...
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    Re: Change your alternator ILLUSTRATED!

    Thanks for this thread. I used it the first time I changed my alternator and found it very useful. I'm changing out another as I had a major PS hose failure.

    I ordered an AC Delco alternator...
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    Re: high oil pressure, faulty relief valve?

    Thanks originalkwyjibo

    I don't think it's a major problem yet, but maybe a symptom. In the 40,000mi I've owned it, the oil pressure has remained fairly steady on the lower black line. It's been...
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    Re: high oil pressure, faulty relief valve?

    Ace,

    I just have the stock dash gauges so I will be as specific as I can. I've attached a rare photo of everything running optimally for reference.

    -The oil pressure, once increased, runs...
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    high oil pressure?

    Recently, on a road trip from California to Vermont, I began experiencing higher than usual oil pressure.

    I changed my oil before leaving Idaho for Cali. The van is an 89 4wd manual and has...
  31. Re: LED Headlights

    I'm ISO new headlights. Been thinking of an upgrade like this. How have they worked out over the last few weeks?
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    Re: master cylinder leaking

    So I went to O'rielly and ordered up a new master cylinder. They're going to take the one I purchased a week or so ago back. But now I have to do this all over again. bummer.

    After letting...
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    master cylinder leaking

    I put a new master cylinder in my '86 4wd. While me being a bit novice made this a little messy, it seemed to have been a success.

    Then my brake light came on, I checked the fluid, brought it...
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