Cosmia

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About Cosmia

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  • First Name
    Patrick
  • Toyota Model
    Previa
  • Toyota Year
    2002
  • Location
    West Midlands
  1. I have a 1995 Granvia that has recently had a new spill valve fitted (I did the job myself) and now when it gets warm, it can be very hard to start. Any ideas of what could be happening?
  2. Hi all. I've been having issues with my Granvia cranking but not firing and my garage have told me they think it is ECU related. I started to strip down the dash to remove the ECU when I noticed a rogue green and white wire with red rings around it - which seems to have detached from somewhere - and hoped someone could help me with where it is supposed to go. The wire comes out of a little red amp box that connects from the ECU plug (as seen in the pictures). Any ideas?
  3. I never thought about that, thank you for the suggestion. I'll either take a look at the mounts to see if I can see any perishment or just order some new ones.
  4. Hi all. I'm getting a knocking noise from the passenger side front wheel on a hard right hand lock. I've tried replacing: Wishbones Drop links Shock absorbers Anti roll bar bushes Me and my mechanic can't see where its coming from and I wondered if any of you would have any ideas? Also... There is a steel saddle bracket on the back of the passenger side torsion bar, but there isn't one on the drivers side - should there be?
  5. Hi there all, i have a 2002 2.4 2AZ-FE previa that has a blown headgasket. I stripped the engine down to remove the cylinder head, however, it turned out that someone else had done the same at somepoint and has rounded off every single head bolt(yup.... every single one... the mind boggles). Has anyone any ideas on how to get them out without removing the engine? I currently have the one engine mount off so I can jack the engine down but, I still dont think i can get a drill in there to drill the heads off. I really don't want to get rid of the mpv if possible as I love it. Any ideas are welcome at this point.