It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share! Edmunds Moderator.
How to Change the Door Lock Sequence on a Toyota
I have a 4Runner Limited with the V-8 and air ride. When I step on the brake, the GPS and 12volt charger go out but come right back on. This happened only when I stepped on the brake until today. Then the problem happened at idle in park. Also yesterday the engine seemed to be searching for an idle. Lastly as I was driving down the highway today with the cruise control on the car did the same thing but took the car out of cruise control, then the cruise control indicator started to flash.
It only stopped after I turned the cruise off and back on. I have k on the truck and use it to tow our camper. What a great tow vehicle and I am just not ready to get rid of it yet, still have another k to go. Any helpful suggestions are appreciated.
Howdy, Stranger! Sign in or Register. On Edmunds. Visit Edmunds How-To Guides. Service Centers in.Ad vertisements. In this article, we consider the fourth-generation Toyota 4Runner Nproduced from to Here you will find fuse box diagrams of Toyota 4Runner,andget information about the location of the fuse panels inside the car, and learn about the assignment of each fuse fuse layout and relay.
It is located on the left side of the instrument panel, behind the cover. The fuse box is located in the engine compartment left-side.
Anti-lock brake system, traction control system 2WD modelsactive traction control system 4WD modelsvehicle stability control system, air conditioning system, charging system, back window defogger, back-up lights, turn signal lights, emergency flashers, seat heaters, AC inverter, instrument panel light control, auto anti-glare inside rear view mirror, seat belt tension reducer, SRS airbag system.
Power outlets, outside rear view mirrors, audio system, navigation system, shift lock control system, instrument panel lights, rear seat entertainment system.
Interior light, personal lights, wireless remote control system, door courtesy lights, gauge and meter, vanity lights, instrument panel lights, running board lights, multiplex communication system, rear seat audio system. Anti-lock brake system, traction control system 2WD modelsactive traction control system 4WD modelsvehicle stability control system, air conditioning system, multiplex communication system, theft deterrent system, driving position memory system, front passenger occupant classification system, navigation system.
Anti-lock brake system, traction control system 2WD modelsactive traction control system 4WD modelsvehicle stability control system.Discussion in ' 3rd Gen 4Runners ' started by ramonortiz55Dec 18, Log in or Sign up. Toyota 4Runner Forum [4Runners.
Welcome to 4Runners. You are currently viewing as a guest! To get full-access, you need to register for a FREE account.
Quick Links: Name of part Door hinges and stuff Shocks and struts recommendations? Upgrading radio, question about antenna New Member! My girlfriends 97 SR5 4Runner front valance? Post Reply. A few weeks ago I was out wheeling with a few friends and I came to realize that I need to do something about disabling traction control, Anti lock break system, and Vehicle stability control.
These items where added to the late 3rd generation 4runners, I believe, and Having these kick in while offroading was annoying as hell! I figured I needed to do something about it, and do it now! After doing a little research, I found out exactly what I needed to do and decided to do my own write up on it: For this modification I used about 8 feet of 16 gauge wire and toyota fog light switch part number: The switch looks like this: Prongs in the back: I cut the 8 foot wire into two four foot sections and fed it thru the firewall grommet located in a spot below the master cylinder: I used a thicker gauge black wire to help me fish the red wiring thru: I then located the master cylinder and unplugged the wiring shown below: Within the wiring on that specific harness, is a 18 gauge red wire, I cut this wire and "extended" both ends using the wiring I fished thru the grommet.
Shrink wrapped for waterproofing: Then taped for even more waterproofing: On the other end, inside the cabin, I connected some spade connectors: Fished the end thru a blank on my dash: Plugged the spade connectors: Placed my switch in the stock location: Now to test the mod!
You must restart the vehicle. I am perfectly fine with that. Ramon, Thanks for posting. Had the same issue last year when it snowed in SC unusual.
As you said very annoying and took forever to get up our driveway. Do you think this will work on a 4R?87 4runner door buzzer silencer trick
Best, Tom. Did it and it worked great. No hangups good advice. FrankenyotaMar 26, Awesome write up! Will try this out in the future! RioT4RApr 1, Its interesting. But it does not light up ABS.
I wonder if the PO did similar stuff. Yet to explore. I tried this mod today, and the only problem is, that the switch has to be on the on position for the lights to go away.Remember Me? Site Navigation. Hello All. Thanks for your help in the past. Here's my problem, check engine light reads 71, egr problem.
Replaced EGR valve but yet code still comes on even after resetting. Anything else it could be? Any guidance is much appreciated! Did you test the vacuum modulator and the EGR gas temp. Its all in the FSM under the emissions controls section. There's also a VSV in there too that you could test. My code 71 a few weeks ago was due to a bad modulator.
Toyota 4Runner (N280; 2010-2017) fuses
That code is only a signal that the EGR sensor didn't get the correct feedback. A 10 K resistor plugged into the harness will defeat the code form coming on. Ask My how I know? Where do I cut the wire and splice in the 10k resistor? My truck does it too. Last edited by bills86e; at PM. Put the resistor into the plug that goes to egr and put tape over it. Buck Bridges. Originally Posted by 4runnerBrett.
Originally Posted by ozzyleven. Originally Posted by Buck Bridges. Added pictures of the 10k Resistor to make sure I did it right AND to show anyone else who is a visual learner. Checked the resistance on 2ok setting and the meter stayed at "1" so either the sensor is no good OR I had an incorrect reading. Any thoughts?? Attached Images. Wouldn't you want to connect it to the other side of the plug not the one going into the EGR modulator?
Toyota 4Runner Electrical Problems
Did this work for you?Remember Me? Site Navigation. My doors have been having a problem on my 99 toyota 4runner limited. Most of the time I have to push down my locks manually because when I hit lock button it will either lock none of the doors or some of them.
Can somebody please help me troubleshoot this problem? Unfortunately, it is a rather expensive fix unless you get a used unit from a yard. The problem is generally found with the body control module. I just had to replace one on my Same symptoms. Info on the fix starting about post 50 on my thread My 4gunner restore, refurb and re-work. Last edited by Jhelms; at PM. Does everything work with your rear hatch? I had horrendous problems with the locking of mine when I first got it, but ended up being a bunch of wires cut in the loom going to the hatch.
Good god! Are you serious? That's the only fix besides manually locking the doors? That is the most ridiculous thing I've heard all day! I love toyota but all the technology in these older vehicles were useless, at least in my case, because they all have some kind of ridiculous problem.
Originally Posted by volkinator. Tons of the fuse boxes online for cheap. See if you can match up the part number. Originally Posted by JC IBallEngineer so you'd start with checking the output of the fuse box under the drivers kick panel. Then check the voltages at the actuator? What should be the readings? This maybe a dumb question but if the output of the fuse box was under the required voltages wouldn't that mean that all of the fuses plugged in it would be low voltage also?
Thanks guys I will jump on this tomorrow stay tuned. The remote is programmed. Originally Posted by IBallEngineer. OK, so let's back up a little here.Remember Me? Site Navigation. Which fuse supplies the power door locks? On my '02? Thanks in advance. Originally Posted by tvpierce. Originally Posted by TheDurk. Thanks re: 30A Power.
I don't understand what you mean by the rest though. Last edited by SpidermanGeek; at AM.
I'm having issues with my power locks. I recently purchased a 98 T4R no key fob. Could this be a fuse issue or something more? I have followed this thread, thank you for the good info to start with. I live in Belize and cannot get a replacement but can find other 30A fuses. Can I run it in line? BB code is On. Smilies are On. Forum Rules. Follow Us! All times are GMT The time now is AM.
All company, product, or service names references in this web site are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Toyota - 4Runner. Join us now! Mark Forums Read. User Tag List.All Toyota vehicles with an automatic transmission and power door locking system have a feature that allows the driver to select an automatic locking and unlocking sequence for the doors.
There are four modes from which to choose. Mode 1 links the automatic locking only of the doors with the shift position. When all the doors are closed and the key is in the "On" position, moving the shift lever out of park will automatically lock all doors. Mode 2 cancels the automatic locking and unlocking function so that they do not operate at any time. Mode 3 links the automatic locking and unlocking of the doors with the shift position. When all the doors are closed and the key is in the "On" position, moving the shift lever out of "Park" will automatically lock all doors.
When the shift lever is moved back into "Park" all of the doors are automatically unlocked. Mode 4 links the automatic locking and unlocking of the doors with the shift and key positions. When the shift lever is moved back into "Park" and the key is turned off, all of the doors are automatically unlocked.
Within five seconds after the key is turned "On," push and hold the driver's side power door lock switch for about five seconds.
The dome light will flash to indicate the mode that is active. One flash indicates mode 1, two flashes mode 2, three flashes mode 3, and four flashes mode 4. To change to the mode, push the lock switch until the light flashes to indicate that the desired mode is active. This article was written by the It Still Works team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information.
To submit your questions or ideas, or to simply learn more about It Still Works, contact us. Step 1 Mode 1 links the automatic locking only of the doors with the shift position. Step 2 Mode 2 cancels the automatic locking and unlocking function so that they do not operate at any time. Step 3 Mode 3 links the automatic locking and unlocking of the doors with the shift position.
Step 1 Set the dome light control knob to the "door" position. Step 2 Be sure the shift lever is in "Park" and close all doors. Step 3 Insert the ignition key and turn it to the "On" position. Step 4 Within five seconds after the key is turned "On," push and hold the driver's side power door lock switch for about five seconds. Tip If the car battery becomes diconnected or dies then the car will reset to Mode 1. Items you will need Car key Working Dome Light.
About the Author This article was written by the It Still Works team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information.