Where Is the Temperature Sending Unit on My 1988 Toyota 4Runner 3.0 V6?

Answer The Toyota 4Runner first hit U.S. showrooms in the 1985 model year when the automaker decided to slap a cap on the rear of its pickup truck and give it a new name. The 4Runner followed the path the... Read More »

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How to Lift a 1988 Toyota 4Runner?

The procedure for lifting a 1988 Toyota 4Runner depends on whether you have a two-wheel or a four-wheel drive vehicle. Instructions for both types of vehicles are given below. You can use the jack ... Read More »

How Can I Tell If My Temperature Sending Unit Is Faulty?

The temperature sending unit is part of the sensor on the car that determines the temperature of a certain location and then sends this information to the computer modules located in the car, which... Read More »

Troubleshooting a Temperature Sending Unit?

Temperature sending units forward information regarding air and fuel amounts to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). It also helps control the flow of engine coolant to the radiator. If the tempera... Read More »

How to Test a Temperature Sending Unit?

The temperature sending unit, more properly known as a temperature sensor, is one of the most important sensors in your car. It is the sensor that tells the computer when the engine has warmed up s... Read More »