1989 Toyota Pickup Fuel Economy?

Answer In 1989, Toyota made three different trucks: a 1-ton 2WD, small size 2WD and small size 4WD. Each of these vehicles had various configurations that varied by transmission type, engine size and cyli... Read More »

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How to Increase Pickup Truck Fuel Economy?

Pickup trucks aren't exactly known for leading the pack when it comes to outstanding fuel economy. A truck is identified with hard work, hauling heavy loads, towing trailers and being able to go of... Read More »

How Do I Replace a 1989 Toyota Pickup Truck Timing Belt?

The 1989 Toyota pickup truck features a 3.0L V6 engine, which is a freewheeling engine. This means that should the timing belt stretch past the scope of the tensioner, the valves will most likely n... Read More »

Toyota Tundra Fuel Economy Performance?

As of October 2010, the Tundra -- a full-size pickup truck from Japanese automaker Toyota -- is in its 2011 model year. Its fuel economy depends on whether it is the Regular Cab, Double Cab or Crew... Read More »

Where is the fuel pump located on a 1989 toyota truck?

The 1989 Toyota pickup truck is based on the Toyota 22RE base, which is the same for Forerunners and Hilux trucks for this period (mid and late 1980s). On these 22REs, you'll access the fuel pump b... Read More »