It's either not very popular. It is confidential, private and intended for the addressee only. Neels, it is still a new motor :. The most-reported problem is with the for. I have asked around and no one seems to know much about this problem.
In the absence of physical symptoms as described above, it is more likely to be the stepper motor faulting. Hi all - new to this site and seriously need to pick your brains and ask for advice! Goodwill is considered but only up to 5 years so your 2006 truck is 4 years beyond any consideration. Why pay for an entire new turbo if all you need is to replace the stepper? The motor now starts, idles rough and will not go above 2100-2200 rpm. If serviced correctly, it will last for a long time without any problems. You might end up with a code similar to this: P1251 34 — Turbocharger stepper motor circuit intermittent If so, you will be better off replacing just the component that is faulting. Used as the base development platform for Innova and Fortuner, the Hilux is assembled at multiple plants around the world, including Thailand, for the European and Australian market, and South Africa for the local market. And here is a fact that not many are aware of: It is a separate component to the turbocharger itself, and as such it can be replaced independently.
Something to do with faulty copper seals between 2006 and 2008, not only Hilux's but Landcruisers also. So, I decided to do a bit of research online and it turns out that this 'injector' problem is a bit more widespread and a known problem with Toyota. Tune to 3500 ~ 6500 rpm, press and hold the switch light up and down the throttle one-third to half, half a second look eye visual speed, then the speed down from 6500 turn down, then listen To spit fire sound, the switch can be let go, while continuing to fill the throttle, then the speed will be pulled back to 6500 rpm, repeat this action can be sustained fire. Line through the fire wall should prevent the extrusion line destroyed, resulting in short circuit. Always idle the motor for a minute or two before switching off to give the turbo some time to cool down. My beloved Hilux 9 years old now, only 80,000 on the clock had it's major 80,000 mile service and 'injector problems' was one of the things picked up full Toyota service history , So, I decided to do a bit of research online and it turns out that this 'injector' problem is a bit more widespread and a known problem with Toyota. Very many things can cause problems with high pressure fuel injectors these days, I would spend some time at a specialist fuel injection company or your dealer to see what the actual fault is.
. This problem, unfortunately is going to be in the fuel injector pump itself. A quick check for Hilux Stepper Motor Problems As a quick check for component at fault, look for a physical problem with the turbocharger. He diagnosed the fuel injectors were bad. Problem rectified after 2008 models with new injectors with aluminium seals. Then send a blank email to: ï¿½ 4x4's and other stuff for sale: Sean 4.
If you are not the addressee and receive this communication by error, please notify the sender, dispose of this communication immediately and do not disclose or use it in any manner whatsoever. Officially introduced in 2005, the new Hilux marks the beginning of the ninth generation of the pick-up which was first introduced by Toyota in 1962. Any views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the sender. Model Year Comparison Worst Model Year 2013 Worst Category We don't have a lot of complaints on file for the Toyota Hilux — feel free to. What is the actual fault diagnosed? Instead of a dump valve and pneumatic wastegate control via actuator, there is an attached to the side of the turbo. There are no dealers here to take it to, only local mechanics. I believe you are referring to a recognised issue that affected the 3.
In such cases often you cant rev the engine above 1500 rpm as a result. So, I decided to do a bit of research online and it turns out that this 'injector' problem is a bit more widespread and a known problem with Toyota. Up until now, it was only sold as a complete unit — both actuator and turbo together. The other day it did it again! Check engine light is on. Something to do with faulty copper seals between 2006 and 2008, not only Hilux's but Landcruisers also.
Although the has the most overall complaints, we rate the 2013 model year as worse because of other possible factors such as higher repair cost or more problems at lower mileage. My mechanic here in Afghanistan has limited diagnostic capabilites on site. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Something to do with faulty copper seals between 2006 and 2008, not only Hilux's but Landcruisers also. . Replace the injector pump and time accordingly.
You are on the right track though. I pulled over switched it off for a few minutes and restared it again and the light turned off and it was fine. This new generation comes in three versions depending on the number of cabs and on the size of the cargo bed, namely the single cab, the double cab and the extra cab. Each injector has a compensation code stamped on top where the electrical socket is connected. Feel free to contact me if you need anything else. I just put my muffler on last month again. I plugged the scanner into it to see what trouble code it has registered and it has come up with the following code: P1251 34 - Turbocharger stepper motor circuit intermittent Has anyone had this problem or know what could be causing this? Then send a blank email to: 4x4's and other stuff for sale:.
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