1987 Toyota Pickup: How to Change Out the Master Brake Cylinder?

Answer Though the Tacoma and the Tundra get all of the fame, the first Toyota pickup sold in the U.S. was the Stout in 1964. The Stout was short-lived, as Toyota discontinued it in 1967 and replaced it wi... Read More »

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How to Replace a Clutch Master Cylinder on a 1988 Toyota Pickup?

The clutch master cylinder on a 1988 Toyota truck is quite similar in operation to the brake master cylinder. An indication of a failing clutch master cylinder is extreme difficulty in shifting fro... Read More »

How to Change a Low Fuel Light in a 1987 Toyota Pickup?

The 1987 Toyota pickup truck comes equipped with several dash lights that help illuminate the various pieces of instrumentation on its instrument panel. One of these lights if the "Low Fuel" light.... Read More »

How to Change a Brake Master Cylinder Without Bleeding the Entire Brake System?

The brake master cylinder provides hydraulic pressure for the entire braking system. When the brake pedal is depressed, a push rod activates the master cylinder and pushes brake fluid to all four b... Read More »

How to Change the Cylinder Head Gasket on a '92 Toyota Pickup?

The cylinder head on the Toyota pickup truck forms a tight seal between the head and the engine block. This seal is important for maintaining maximum compression so the engine will efficiently comp... Read More »