How to Remove the Ignition on a 2006 Toyota Tacoma?

Answer The ignition system on the Toyota Tacoma primarily consists of the ignition switch and the key lock cylinder. You can remove either one of these two components without removing the other. If only o... Read More »

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How to Remove and Replace a Toyota Tacoma 1997 Ignition Lock Cylinder?

The 1997 Toyota Tacoma uses a four-stage ignition switch. With the key rotated fully counterclockwise, the ignition is in the "Off" position and you can remove the key. Move the key one position cl... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a 2006 Toyota Tacoma?

Oil is the 2006 Tacoma's most important fluid. It cools, cleans and lubricates the engine's moving parts and helps maintain optimal performance. Regular oil changes greatly increase your engine's l... Read More »

Where is the upstream O2 sensor on a 2006 Toyota Tacoma?

The upstream oxygen sensor on a 2006 Toyota Tacoma is in the exhaust between the catalytic converter and the engine. An upstream sensor analyzes the engine's exhaust before it reaches the catalytic... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot the Ignition System in a Toyota Tacoma?

There are multiple ways to troubleshoot a Tacoma's ignition system for problems. The test you should perform first involves testing the spark plugs and wires. If they don't produce sparks, you must... Read More »