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  1. Re: New Photobucket policy is blocking some TVT images

    :dance2: It appears this issue has been resolved:dance2:. It took so long I was almost convinced all images were lost. I am very happy that I was wrong. Here's the email I just received from...
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    Re: Gas pedal / accelerator pedal

    After cleaning, I'd recommend spraying a quality cable lube in there. If lube is inside there it will displace any water and prevent it from getting back in (at least for a while). They make cable...
  3. Re: New Photobucket policy is blocking some TVT images

    Here's the email response from Photobucket, it only took 4 days to get this vague and non-committal response.

    Hello,

    Our team has nearly resolved all site issues caused by the outage, however,...
  4. Re: New Photobucket policy is blocking some TVT images

    I just sent them the following message in an email:

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    Hi, I own & operate an internet forum...
  5. Re: New Photobucket policy is blocking some TVT images

    Today I was able to sign into my photobucket account. I was immediately stopped by a warning saying I could not proceed until I disabled my ad blocker (prevents pop-up advertisement). I have a paid...
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    Sticky: Re: Basic Van knowledge for new owners

    That's a bummer. The file is too big for most email programs to handle so not sure what to tell you. In the past I have tried emailing, and although my business account can handle the size the...
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    Re: Replacing your fuel pulsation damper

    Regarding OEM parts, vans produced from 08/1983 through 01/1987 used FPD #23270-52011 which was replaced by #23207-16020 which is now NLA. Vans produced from 02/1987 through 07/1988 used FPD...
  8. Re: New Photobucket policy is blocking some TVT images

    I was able to sign into my account today and here's the message I received:

    Dear Photobucket Members,

    We apologize for the most recent site outage that continues to impact you. While our...
  9. Re: New Photobucket policy is blocking some TVT images

    That is one of the photobucket pics that are currently unavailable.
  10. Re: New Photobucket policy is blocking some TVT images

    Hi Beach Van,

    We recently had this discussion but it was improperly posted in the Previa Technical forum (it belongs here). For that reason I just moved those posts over to this thread. The forum...
  11. Re: What does a particular VSV do? See excellent attached diagram.

    To keep it simple I only mentioned the most common VSV's functions. There are also other more complicated ones. Some have more than 2 nipples and some will perform multiple functions. Another common...
  12. Re: How to disassemble the dash on a Previa

    Yeah, I agree. They've been messed up for a few years now and IMO on their way out. Due to the length of this outage I doubt they're throwing very many resources at this. I'm guessing it's going to...
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    Re: Article: Cleaning the Throttle Body

    Hi Zman and welcome to TVT! I talked about this a little on post #3 of this thread. IMO there's very little downside (if any) to removing the dash pot. I never really understood why it was necessary...
  14. Re: How to disassemble the dash on a Previa

    Okay, I just did a search and found this: https://twitter.com/photobucket?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

    Looks like they're aware of it and working on a fix. Tim


    PS:...
  15. Re: How to disassemble the dash on a Previa

    Yes, I have had one of their "premium" paid accounts for years. I have them set up with PayPal auto-pay, so they always get their money when it's due. I tried to sign into my account when their pics...
  16. Re: How to disassemble the dash on a Previa

    I host my pics on photobucket...........evidently they're having an issue??? If they aren't back up in a week I'll take a closer look. Tim
  17. Re: How to disassemble the dash on a Previa

    Huh, that's weird, now they're not displaying for me either. I sure hope photobucket isn't holding out for more money again. :pissed: :(:
  18. Re: How to disassemble the dash on a Previa

    They are displaying for me.......even your quote of my post they display. Perhaps try signing out and signing back in? Is anybody else having this issue?
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    Re: Idle adjustment question

    I thought the Jodel F-11's were all tail draggers. That's a nice set-up! Van and Porsche are beautiful too! Keep at it and you'll get it figured out. I have no doubt :thmbup:. Tim

    Oops, I see it's...
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    Re: Idle adjustment question

    I feel your pain MT, and you certainly have more patience than I do. As much as I appreciate your desire analyze and find the exact cause, when it comes to my life, I personally simply don't have...
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    Re: Power steering using alot of fluid!

    After running it hot for a while it will settle out a bit. The Parker hose is tough and should hold-up well as-is. Just make sure it's not getting pinched anywhere when you close your compartment...
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    Re: Idle adjustment question

    Very nice and thorough response VanCo! You are a valuable member/asset here......Thank you!

    I would also like to add the air sensing fuel pump switch in the AFM will not close during cranking...
  23. Thread: Fuel issue

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    Re: Fuel issue

    It's been my experience that the 1st indication you get of a clogging fuel filter would be at high demand. You van needs high flow at highway speeds and/or steep hills. It has not been my experience...
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    Re: Power steering using alot of fluid!

    For what it's worth, I used Parker Push-Lok 801-10 5/8" (16 mm) ID 250 psi hose. It's reinforced synthetic rubber hose for use in pneumatic and light hydraulic applications. I used the narrow...
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    Re: Power steering using alot of fluid!

    Yes, please tell. If it can be had I'd appreciate knowing where to get it. FWIW, I've been using 5/8" ID hydraulic hose for over 5 years with no leaks, but if it ever starts leaking I'd rather...
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    Re: Power steering using alot of fluid!

    :thmbup: :yes:
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    Re: Idle adjustment question

    Amen to that.......This is something every true mechanic can attest to :yes: :wall:.
  28. Re: Christmas dash (dash lights stay on; dash lights come on while driving)

    Hi Terry, Although leaks on the alternator are never good, I too doubt one so small would cause it to fail so soon. After 30 years the wire harness going into the back of the alternator can become...
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    Re: Change your alternator ILLUSTRATED!

    At the risk of sounding like a broken record I'd like to point out there is a search feature in the upper right hand corner of every forum page (which I just used) and quickly found this:...
  30. Sticky: Re: The WHAT-IS-THIS-PART and WHAT'S-THE-PART-NUMBER Thread for US Toyota Vans 1984-1

    Not sure. It's very possible, even likely there are multiple VSV's used by Toyota (and others) with the exact same function. I'm guessing the only difference between some may be the configuration of...
  31. Sticky: Re: The WHAT-IS-THIS-PART and WHAT'S-THE-PART-NUMBER Thread for US Toyota Vans 1984-1

    That's your "Idle-up VSV" Toyota part number 90910-12003. Unfortunately it has been discontinued, so your only option will likely be to pull one from a salvaged van and/or use one of those salvage...
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    Re: The fusible link thread

    If everything works then your FL 2.0 is good (Assuming it passes a visual test, don't waste your time trying to replace). Having a blown fusible link won't drain the battery. If anything it will...
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    Re: Idle adjustment question

    We just got a contribution in the form of a PDF file from member "PrecisionDriven" for those who may need help replacing their ECU. Here's a link:
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    Article: How to replace your ECU

    You can view the page at https://www.toyotavantech.com/forum/content.php?257-How-to-replace-your-ECU
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    Re: Idle adjustment question

    Your plugs look good. A light tan is what you want with these fuel injected engines (carbs burn more earthy brown). Personally, since the van is almost 40 years old, I think it's a good idea to have...
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    Re: Idle adjustment question

    Many things will work. I've even used carb cleaner and WD-40 (although I don't recommend WD-40 due to the residue mess). I've also had ether accidentally ignite and although scary, it was just a...
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    Re: Idle adjustment question

    Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately for me) I haven't experienced that problem, so I don't have any gut feelings. When I run into problems that stump me I resort to swapping parts to see what...
  38. Sticky: Re: The WHAT-IS-THIS-PART and WHAT'S-THE-PART-NUMBER Thread for US Toyota Vans 1984-1

    84 - 85 vans have vacuum advance (distributor uses a vacuum diaphragm to actuate timing advance manually). 86 - 89 vans have electronic advance (ECU advances timing based on input from the throttle...
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    Re: Upgrading the alternator

    This has been discussed a few times already, but I'll explain again. The design of our original alternator is not the greatest. However, Denso, a Japanese company, builds these to exacting...
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    Re: Upgrading the alternator

    Summit claims to have the Denso rebuilds for $113.99 with free shipping. They will add a $30 core charge, but that's still cheaper:
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    Re: Check Engine light....what check engine light

    What about when you turn the key on to the "Run" position but do not start? The CEL should illuminate solid when doing that. If not, then it's a bad ECU or a fault in the wires to the CEL bulb. The...
  42. Thread: Alternator woes

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    Re: Alternator woes

    This is probably a pretty good time to add a link to another thread where I upgraded my alternator: https://www.toyotavantech.com/forum/showthread.php?478-Upgrading-the-alternator&p=5167#post5167
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    Re: Article: Cleaning the Throttle Body

    Wow! so I think I'll edit my previous post where I said it's okay to do that in warm climates :dizzy: :doh:.
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    Re: Article: Cleaning the Throttle Body

    Good to know. It freezes here so I've never tried it. What was the ambient temp when yours froze?
  45. Thread: Alternator woes

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    Re: Alternator woes

    There are many brands that rebuild the Denso cores and they are available from almost anywhere. If a remanufacturer does a quality job using quality parts, then these units will last ~100k miles/10...
  46. Thread: Alternator woes

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    Re: Alternator woes

    Yes, these are interchangeable. Unfortunately Denso has discontinued both, so snatch up what you can before available inventory disappears.
  47. Re: Previa Yahoo Group refugees may be arriving

    I thought I noticed the smell of VC oil smoldering on a header........oh wait, that's just you guys :rol:. Seriously though, I think you'll all find this forum is much easier to navigate. I never...
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    Re: Power Steering Pressure Line Fix

    Yes, I think that would work fine. Tim
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    Re: Is it the infamous hot soak......

    It looks nice but I'd worry about flow. I ran dual 10" high output fans on my cargo van (Post #13 in this thread) and although it worked okay I considered it barely adequate. The clutch fan will move...
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    Re: Refreshing the engine (rebuild and aftermath)

    Those hoses are included in my breakdowns on this thread: https://www.toyotavantech.com/forum/showthread.php?342-Top-End-Rebuild, the question is whether or not these parts are still available...
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