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ednelson100

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    DIY building, fixing, modifying, and working on all kinds of stuff.
    Camping out in the mountains.

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1991 ITASCA Spirit
  • Location
    San Antonio, TX

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  1. They are generic for all RVs. I bought mine at the local RV supply store. Here they are on EBAY. https://www.ebay.com/i/293165861834?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=293165861834&targetid=539174540355&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9028058&poi=&campaignid=6470552772&mkgroupid=81274341727&rlsatarget=aud-762207186714:pla-539174540355&abcId=1139336&merchantid=101829629&gclid=Cj0KCQjwlJfsBRDUARIsAIDHsWrT25Lbmk54huW9ugWgASNFqn0WfFmO8bLE_eFet7c_0nS-6JTmAOUaAvOJEALw_wcB
  2. Stripper pole, that's funny. I'm going to get some pole jacks from home depot and experiment with them. Thanks for your help.
  3. Been putting my roof sag off and it is getting worse as WME predicted. I am about to start on a fix now. WME, Could you possibly post a picture of your inside banister fix? Thanks
  4. The sellers usually always say everything works fine. A few are flat out lying but I think the majority just don't know what they are talking about. If you get back to them they will say well I "thought" everything worked, or I didn't have any problems the last time I had it out last year, or my son told me everything was working OK, oh, the coach heater doesn't work?, I never use that heater, etc.
  5. Hey James, that is funny, because it is very similar to what caused my problem. I had moved the O2 sensor and just had it stuck with wire in a hole in the exhaust pipe temporarily until I finished my trip and then was going to fix it properly. It fell out and the wires had shorted on the hot exhaust. Apparently the O2 wiring is in with the fuel injection circuit and EFI fuse.
  6. Sounds like a fuel issue to me also. Intermittent issues are sometimes tough to diagnose. I once had a similar problem and replacing the fuel filter directly under the passenger door resolved it. If it's never been replaced, this may be a good time to do it.
  7. JFYI, I have a good transmission for sale that I took out of my 1992 ITASCA when I upgraded to 4.2L motor. 115K miles for $100 and could possibly deliver depending where you are located. 30 day warranty
  8. I am clueless as to what meaning this post has?????????
  9. Beautiful, and first one I have ever seen. What length? How much did you pay? How did you ever find it?
  10. My motor once died and would only crank but made no attempt to start. Unfortunately I was on the side of a highway with semis passing just a couple feet from me at 65MPH and it was getting dark. It was extremely stressful just getting out to look under the hood. Long story short, I got towed to a nearby RV park where I was able to trouble shoot the issue down to a blown EFI fuse. As soon as I got home I found a post on a different Toyota forum site on installing this simple pressure gauge so you will always know if you are getting fuel to the injection rail or not. It really helps in trouble shooting these kind of issues. Here is what you need: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Fuel-Pressure-Liquid-Fill-Gauge-Kit-For-Honda-Civic-Integra-Blue/322480727617?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 To install, remove the bolt plug from the end of the fuel injection rail and screw the gauge in. I know it fits 3.0 and 3.4 and the original poster said it should also work for 22R and 22RE. For a period of time my gauge will continue to show pressure even after motor is turned off.
  11. When a motor turns over but makes no attempt to start it is either getting no fuel or no spark to the cylinders. The best place to start is determining if it is getting fuel. While someone is turning the key to start spray some engine starting fluid in the intake, if it attempts to start then your issue is fuel not reaching the cylinders. If nothing then you are getting no spark. This is what I use: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Super-Tech-Engine-Starting-Fluid-11-fl-oz/21618347?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=0&wl13=1803&adid=22222222227025394652&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=80392907928&wl4=aud-481962823846:pla-111021284448&wl5=9028058&wl6=&wl7=&wl8=&wl9=pla&wl10=8175035&wl11=local&wl12=21618347&veh=sem&gclid=CjwKCAjwx_boBRA9EiwA4kIELqOfBKGeV1x5kDDAHTeKjSUyG5HglaOZNc57W8eQmH-GjeAYPKm3khoCEdQQAvD_BwE You can also squirt a shot of gasoline if you do not have starting fluid.
  12. My mistake, you have to search on 5VZE and it comes right up. BTW I sent Tom the spare ECM I had for $125 and he should get it July 3. He was pretty happy because he had been broke down in a parking lot having to pay fees for some time now.
  13. I think we are hijacking Tom"s post here just search on 3.4 and you will see my complete thread of the engine swap that myself and Defrag completed a couple years ago. It contains everything you would want to know.
  14. Huge improvement I pass semis and climb mountains with ease.
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