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    Re: What component is this?

    for?

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    Re: What component is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheMAN View Post
    for?
    sorry, Nevermind.

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    Re: What component is this?

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    Looking for two part numbers for...

    ...a 1994 sc previa.

    Oil Strainer gasket
    Oil level sensor gasket.

    Any help would be appreciated. Also, if there is a source for a parts manual for a 94 please let me know.
    thx in advance!
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    Re: Looking for two part numbers for...

    15147-76020
    90430-36005

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    What is this dangling sensor mounted below front of engine

    I've got a 1993 Previa 2WD LE. After a week sitting in below 0 temps, the van showed erratic temp gauge swings from normal spot to just below red; the heat was intermittent although the temp gauge lowered to near normal when the heat did kick out. When I got home, the bottom coolant pipe was cool while the upper pipe was warm. Added some antifreeze too since the reservoir was on the low side. Decided to replace the thermostat, when down there I see this dangling connector -must have been tugged apart by hitting one of the many large twigs on the driveway.

    Anyhow, the van is operating normally, temp gauge excepted. Does anyone know what this sensor is and if so, could it be responsible for the up and down temp gauge or was that just a coincidence?

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    Thanks!

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    Re: What is this dangling sensor mounted below front of engine

    Looks like an oil pressure sending unit

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    Re: What is this dangling sensor mounted below front of engine

    Quote Originally Posted by tbkilb01 View Post
    Looks like an oil pressure sending unit
    Yes, I was thinking something like that given the oil all over the cable. Seems to have busted at the cable, so I'll have to rig something up. Thanks for the confirmation!

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    The WHAT-IS-THIS-PART and WHAT-IS-THE-PART-NUMBER Thread for Previas

    Hello Friends,

    My name is Tony. I'm new here. I have been trying to buy this part here: Name:  I do not know the name - Images.jpg
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    Re: Do you know the name of this part

    Hi and welcome to TVT! . I believe that's "HOSE, AIR CLEANER, NO.1" Toyota part #17881-76070, but sadly it's discontinued and NLA. At this point your best bet would be checking with salvage yards. Tim

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    Re: Do you know the name of this part

    Thank you so much for your help.

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    oil pressure sensor??

    made the mistake of trying to pull out of the parking lot a few months back with there was still snow.

    and scrapped my undercarriage. the results was this.

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    Re: oil pressure sensor??

    Quote Originally Posted by pnwPrevia View Post
    made the mistake of trying to pull out of the parking lot a few months back with there was still snow.

    and scrapped my undercarriage. the results was this.

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    Can you pick the part up and shoot a pic of it somewhere better? It could be sasquatch for all I can see in that pic.
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    Re: oil pressure sensor??

    Quote Originally Posted by kamesama980 View Post
    Can you pick the part up and shoot a pic of it somewhere better? It could be sasquatch for all I can see in that pic.


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