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About paul6car

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  1. Hi, I recently traced a fault on a 1998 3 Litre Turbo Diesel Land Cruiser with the 1KZ-TE to a faulty connection on the crankshaft sensor socket at the engine end. The plug clips seem to have become weak due to age. Does any one have any experience of fixing this fault - New plug or a clip. Regards Paul
  2. Hi, Thanks to all the people who have looked at my Topic. Yesterday I used one of the converter leads which have 22 pins on one end to fit the Toyota 22 pin socket in the engine compartment, the other end has the standard 16 pin OBD2 socket on it. My laptop has a very good diagnostic package on it but when I tried all ways to connect to the Toyota it would not do so,it kept saying not compatible!! I therefore followed the old method that Toyota recommended for this engine 1KZ-TE and connected TE1 to E1 on the 22 pin diagnostic socket under the hood with the ignition on. The engine malfunction
  3. Hi, I have been trying to assist a friend of mine who has a 3lt diesel Landcruiser which has an engine light which comes on after a few minutes running. When the light is on it loses performance and runs roughly. I have a some Gendan software on my laptop and an OBD2 cable connector. This has worked well on a later RAV4 and saved quite a lot of money. The landcruiser does not have an OBD2 socket but a Toyota's own socket under the Bonnet. Has anyone had experience of using one of the aftermarket leads which convert the Toyota socket to a 16 pin OBD2 socket? Regards Paul
  4. Welcome to the Toyota forums paul6car :)

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