Zen Adventure Previa Maintenance and Repair
(aka Toyota Estima (エスティマ), Toyota Tarago, "Eggvan", "Egg", "Bean")
Toyota Previa Maintenance and Repair
Previas are great and notably reliable. But if you have a first generation Previa, it is aging and likely has many miles/kilometers on it. And to own a special old vehicle means special maintenance by you or your mechanic(s). Lube it or Lose it.
The following is a compilation of Maintenance and Repair notes for the Web Master's personal use. The Web Master is by no means an expert on the Previa. If he/she was, all of this would be in his/her head and would not be needed. If you see anything which needs to be added or corrected, please send an email.
Previa Chassis and Engine Codes
The following identification codes are helpful when you are trying to find parts for your Previa or trying to do basic repairs. The first generation Previas didn't change all that much over ten years, but there are some notable differences, especially between the supercharged and non-supercharged Previas. There are also some differences in seating, suspension and headlights between Previa models made for different countries.
Previa RWD 2.4L 91-95
Chassis Code: TCR10
Engine Code: 2TZ-FE
Previa AWD 2.4L 91-95
Chassis Code: TCR20
Engine Code: 2TZ-FE
Previa RWD 2.4L S/C 94-97
Chassis Code: TCR10
Engine Code: 2TZ-FZE
Previa AWD 2.4L S/C 94-97
Chassis Code: TCR20
Engine Code: 2TZ-FZE
Also available for the Estima Emina and Estima Lucida:
2.2 L 3C-T I4 diesel
2.2 L 3C-TE I4 diesel
|Previa||1991-97||L4 2.4L (w/o SC)||MT||5 Spd||G57|
|Previa||1991-97||L4 2.4L (w/o SC)||AT||4 Spd RWD||A46DE|
|Previa||1991-97||L4 2.4L (w/o SC)||AT||4 Spd AWD||A46DF|
|Previa||1995-97||L4 2.4L (w SC)||AT||4 Spd RWD||A340E|
|Previa||1995-97||L4 2.4L (w SC)||AT||4 Spd AWD||A340F|
The 11 and 21 series Previas/Estimas have 4 wheel independent suspension ( 4 独車)
The 10 and 20 series Previas/Estimas have a solid rear axle
|TCR10L||RWD 7 Passenger 1991-1997; solid rear only|
|TCR20L||AWD.7 Passenger 1991-1997; solid rear only|
|TCR10L - REMDKA||1990/01-1993/08||2TZFE||DX||MTM||05S||RWD|
|TCR10L - RESDKA||1990/01-1995/08||2TZFE||DX||ATM||05S||RWD|
|TCR10L - RFSGKA||1990/01-1996/08||2TZFE||LE||ATM||07S||RWD|
|TCR20L - REMDKA||1990/01-1992/08||2TZFE||DX||MTM||05S||AWD|
|TCR20L - RESDKA||1990/01-1995/08||2TZFE||DX||ATM||05S||AWD|
|TCR20L - RFSGKA||1990/01-1995/08||2TZFE||LE||ATM||07S||AWD|
|TCR10L - RESDVA||1994/01-1997/07||2TZFZE||DX||ATM||05S||RWD||SC|
|TCR10L - RFSGVA||1994/01-1997/07||2TZFZE||LE||ATM||07S||RWD||SC|
|TCR20L - RESDVA||1994/01-1997/07||2TZFZE||DX||ATM||05S||AWD||SC|
|TCR20L - RFSGVA||1994/01-1997/07||2TZFZE||LE||ATM||07S||AWD||SC|
|TCR10L - REMDKK||1990/01-1993/08||2TZFE||DX||MTM||05S||RWD|
|TCR10L - RESDKK||1990/01-1995/08||2TZFE||DX||ATM||05S||RWD|
|TCR10L - RFSGKK||1990/01-1995/08||2TZFE||LE||ATM||07S||RWD|
|TCR20L - REMDKK||1990/01-1991/08||2TZFE||DX||MTM||05S||4WD|
|TCR20L - RESDKK||1990/01-1994/08||2TZFE||DX||ATM||05S||4WD|
|TCR20L - RFSGKK||1990/01-1994/08||2TZFE||LE||ATM||07S||4WD|
|TCR10L - RESDVK||1995/08-1997/07||2TZFZE||DX||ATM||05S||RWD||SC|
|TCR10L - RFSGVK||1995/08-1997/07||2TZFZE||LE||ATM||07S||RWD||SC|
|TCR20L - RFSGVK||1994/08-1997/07||2TZFZE||LE||ATM||07S||4WD||SC|
|TCR10R - RRMDKQ||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||DX||MTM||08S||RWD||RHD|
|TCR10R - RRSDKQ||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||DX||ATM||08S||RWD||RHD|
|TCR11R - RRMGKQ||1990/05-1993/08||2TZFE||GL||MTM||08S||RWD||RHD|
|TCR11R - RRSGKQ||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||GL||ATM||08S||RWD||RHD|
|TCR20R - RFMDKQ||1990/05-1991/08||2TZFE||DX||MTM||07S||4WD||RHD|
|TCR20R - RFSDKQ||1990/05-1991/08||2TZFE||DX||ATM||07S||4WD||RHD|
|TCR21R - RFMGKQ||1990/05-1991/08||2TZFE||GL||MTM||07S||4WD||RHD|
|TCR21R - RFSGKQ||1990/05-1993/08||2TZFE||GL||ATM||07S||4WD||RHD|
|TCR10L - RRMDKW||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||XL||MTM||08S||RWD|
|TCR11L - RRMGKW||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||GL||MTM||08S||RWD|
|TCR11L - RRSGKW||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||GL||ATM||08S||RWD|
|TCR11R - RRMGKW||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||GL||MTM||08S||RWD||RHD|
|TCR11R - RRSGKW||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||GL||ATM||08S||RWD||RHD|
|TCR20L - RFMDKW||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||XL||MTM||07S||4WD|
|TCR21L - RFMGKW||1990/05-1999/12||2TZFE||GL||MTM||07S||4WD|
|TCR10L - RFSGK||1993/08-1999/12||2TZFE||GL||ATM||08S||RWD|
|TCR10L - RFSGKV||1994/08-1999/12||2TZFE||ATM||07S||RWD|
|JDM Full Size Estima - independent rear AWD, different shock mounts and other special options not available in US|
|E-TCR10W||8 Passenger 1993-1999|
|E-TCR11W||7 Passenger 1990-1998|
|E-TCR20W||Full-time 4WD 8 Passenger 1993-1999|
|E-TCR21W||Full-time 4WD 7 Passenger 1990-1998|
|TCR10W - RRSEK||1993/02-1998/01||2TZFE||X||ATM||08S|
|TCR11W - RFSGK||1990/05-1994/08||2TZFE||STD||ATM||07S|
|TCR20W - RRSEK||1993/02-1998/01||2TZFE||X||ATM||08S|
|TCR21W - RFSGK||1990/05-1994/08||2TZFE||STD||ATM||07S|
|TCR10W - RRSQV||1996/08-1999/12||2TZFZE||V||ATM||08S||SC|
|TCR10W - RRSVV||1998/01-1999/12||2TZFZE||AERAS||ATM||08S||SC|
|TCR11W - RFSGV||1994/08-1999/12||2TZFZE||G||ATM||07S||SC|
|TCR20W - RRSQV||1996/08-1999/12||2TZFZE||V||ATM||08S||SC|
|TCR20W - RRSVV||1998/01-1999/12||2TZFZE||AERAS||ATM||08S||SC|
|TCR21W - RFSGV||1994/08-1999/12||2TZFZE||G||ATM||07S||SC|
|Narrow Version - Toyota Tarago (プレビア or タラゴ),
Toyota Estima Lucida (ルシーダ) and Toyota Estima Emina (エミーナ)
see toyota.sagori.com 653140
|E-TCR10G||8 Passenger 1992-1997|
|E-TCR11G||7 Passenger 1992-1995|
|E-TCR20G||Full-time 4WD 8 Passenger 1992-1997|
|E-TCR21G||Full-time 4WD 7 Passenger 1992-1995|
|TCR10G - RRMEK||1992/01-1996/08||2TZFE||X||MTM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR10G - RRMNK||1992/01-1993/08||2TZFE||F||MTM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR10G - RRSEK||1992/01-1999/12||2TZFE||X||ATM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR10G - RRSNK||1992/01-1993/08||2TZFE||F||ATM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR11G - RFSGK||1992/01-1999/12||2TZFE||G||ATM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR11G - RRSSK||1992/01-1993/08||2TZFE||S||ATM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR20G - RRMEK||1992/01-1996/08||2TZFE||X||MTM||4WD||EFI|
|TCR20G - RRSEK||1992/01-1999/12||2TZFE||X||ATM||4WD||EFI|
|TCR21G - RFMGK||1992/01-1993/08||2TZFE||G||MTM||4WD||EFI|
|TCR21G - RFSGK||1992/01-1999/12||2TZFE||G||ATM||4WD||EFI|
|TCR21G - RRMSK||1992/01-1993/08||2TZFE||S||MTM||4WD||EFI|
|TCR21G - RRSSK||1992/01-1993/08||2TZFE||S||ATM||4WD||EFI|
|GF-TCR10G||8 Passenger 1998|
|GF-TCR11G||7 Passenger 1998|
|GF-TCR20G||Full-time 4WD 8 Passenger 1998|
|GF-TCR21G||Full-time 4WD 7 Passenger 1998|
|TCR10G - RRSAK||1998/01-1999/12||2TZFE||ELU||ATM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR10G - RRSQK||1995/01-1999/12||2TZFE||XLUX||ATM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR10G - RRSVK||1996/08-1999/12||2TZFE||AERAS||ATM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR11G - RFSZK||1995/01-1998/01||2TZFE||GLUX||ATM||RWD||EFI|
|TCR20G - RRSAK||1998/01-1999/12||2TZFE||ELU||ATM||4WD||EFI|
|TCR20G - RRSQK||1995/01-1999/12||2TZFE||XLUX||ATM||4WD||EFI|
|TCR20G - RRSVK||1996/08-1999/12||2TZFE||AERAS||ATM||4WD||EFI|
|TCR21G - RFSZK||1995/01-1998/01||2TZFE||GLUX||ATM||4WD||EFI|
|Q-CXR10G||Diesel 8 Passenger 1992|
|Q-CXR11G||Diesel 7 Passenger 1992|
|Q-CXR20G||Diesel Full-time 4WD 8 Passenger 1992|
|Q-CXR21G||Diesel Full-time 4WD 7 Passenger 1992|
|CXR10G - RRMDX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||D||MTM||RWD||TD|
|CXR10G - RRMEX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||X||MTM||RWD||TD|
|CXR10G - RRMNX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||F||MTM||RWD||TD|
|CXR11G - RFMGX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||G||MTM||RWD||TD|
|CXR10G - RRSDX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||D||ATM||RWD||TD|
|CXR10G - RRSEX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||X||ATM||RWD||TD|
|CXR10G - RRSNX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||F||ATM||RWD||TD|
|CXR11G - RFSGX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||G||ATM||RWD||TD|
|CXR20G - RRMDX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||D||MTM||4WD||TD|
|CXR20G - RRMEX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||X||MTM||4WD||TD|
|CXR20G - RRMNX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||F||MTM||4WD||TD|
|CXR21G - RFMGX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||G||MTM||4WD||TD|
|CXR20G - RRSNX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||F||ATM||4WD||TD|
|CXR20G - RRSEX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||X||ATM||4WD||TD|
|CXR21G - RFSGX||1992/01-1993/08||3CT||G||ATM||4WD||TD|
|Y-CXR10G||Diesel 8 Passenger 1993-1994|
|Y-CXR11G||Diesel 7 Passenger 1993|
|Y-CXR20G||Diesel Full-time 4WD 8 Passenger 1993-1994|
|Y-CXR21G||Diesel Full-time 4WD 7 Passenger 1993|
|CXR10G - RRMET||1993/08-1999/08||3CTE||X||MTM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR10G - RRMNT||1993/08-1995/01||3CTE||F||MTM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR10G - RRSET||1993/08-1999/08||3CTE||X||ATM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR10G - RRSNT||1993/08-1995/01||3CTE||F||ATM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR11G - RFSGT||1993/08-1999/08||3CTE||G||ATM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR20G - RRMET||1993/08-1999/08||3CTE||X||MTM||4WD||TDEFI|
|CXR20G - RRMNT||1993/08-1995/01||3CTE||F||MTM||4WD||TDEFI|
|CXR20G - RRSET||1993/08-1999/08||3CTE||X||ATM||4WD||TDEFI|
|CXR20G - RRSNT||1993/08-1995/01||3CTE||F||ATM||4WD||TDEFI|
|CXR21G - RFSGT||1993/08-1999/08||3CTE||G||ATM||4WD||TDEFI|
|KD-CXR10G||Diesel 8 Passenger 1995-1998|
|KD-CXR11G||Diesel 7 Passenger 1995-1998|
|KD-CXR20G||Diesel Full-time 4WD 8 Passenger 1995-1998|
|KD-CXR21G||Diesel Full-time 4WD 7 Passenger 1995-1998|
|CXR10G - RRSAT||1998/01-1999/08||3CTE||ELU||ATM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR10G - RRSQT||1995/01-1999/08||3CTE||XLUX||ATM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR10G - RRSVT||1996/08-1999/08||3CTE||AERAS||ATM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR11G - RFSZT||1995/01-1998/01||3CTE||GLUX||ATM||RWD||TDEFI|
|CXR20G - RRSAT||1998/01-1999/08||3CTE||ELU||ATM||4WD||TDEFI|
|CXR20G - RRSQT||1995/01-1999/08||3CTE||XLUX||ATM||4WD||TDEFI|
|CXR20G - RRSVT||1996/08-1999/08||3CTE||AERAS||ATM||4WD||TDEFI|
|CXR21G - RFSZT||1995/01-1998/01||3CTE||GLUX||ATM||4WD||TDEFI|
goo-net.com ESTIMA EMINA
When all else fails, you can always take your Previa to a mechanic. Unfortunately, few are experts on the Previa and are unlikely to know all the quirks of the Previa. Samay Sengamphan of GarageTuner Automotive seems to be the North American expert on the Previa and is located in Seattle Washington. If you are near this area or passing through, he would be the the first person you should see about fixing your Previa. He can be emailed at email@example.com or called at 425 877-6044. Tell him Zen Seeker sent you.
Another resource is the collective knowledge at egroups previa (aka Yahoo Groups Previa). You can search the message archives and files there as well as ask for expert advise. Several of the members seem to be quite knowledgably on the Toyota Previa, but as with any internet advice, take it with a grain of salt.
Official Toyota Manual
helminc.com Official Factory Repair Manuals
techinfo.toyota.com Purchase 48 hour access to info and print like mad
Beware of electronic copies of the manual, which appear to be illegal scans of the Chilton or parts lists
Beware of manuals of Model year 2000 and newer Previas - these are not first generation Previas and are completely different
faxonautoliterature.com Used manuals
Paperback: 550 pages
Paperback: 328 pages
yotarepair previa (Dealer Code: 12345)
mr2.com 2tz-fze-1.pdf PREVIA—NEW FEATURES
autoshop101.com/autoshop15 - Toyota Automotive Technical Training Series
toyotavanpeople.com 2285 Parts list from Collision Book
oldweb.jordheim.us parts_list Indexed version of scanned collision book
toyotavantech.com 150-Collision-Catalog-for-Previa-with-part-numbers PDF Collision Catalog for Previa with part numbers
toyodiy.com - VIN parts look up
midatlantictoyotaparts.com - diagrams with annotations for parts - allows you to see what part goes on which US Previa
toyotapartszone.com - Another way to look up which parts go to which US Previa
villagetoyotaparts.com - Parts diagrams and cross-reference with other vehicles.
cheaptoyotaparts.co.uk - place to get European spec parts like headlights
usparts.ru few images of previa parts - need to translate
previaparts.com - site down - US AUTO PARTS Auto Parts Store 1041 E 52nd Street - 33013 800/878-0212
car-part.com - Used Car Part Locator
carparts.com Remanufactured parts
rockauto.com Aftermarket - make sure you are shipping from the same warehouse (A, B or C)
copartfinder.com Used car parts
kurumayasan.com/product.php Toyota Parts in Japan - get Japanese name
The Distributor O-Ring ages and hardens over time. And at some point it will leak oil which will drip onto the exhaust directly under the distributor. This has resulted in the demise of many a Previa, turning your prized egg into a ball of flames. The fix involves pulling the distributor and replacing the O-ring. This costs about US$1-3 and isn't that hard to perform.
Heater Core Replacement
This requires you to remove the dash, unless you trim the heater core tubes and possibly mod the glove box. Depending on your Previa, you many not have to modify your glove box. In mine, I used a flat tip screwdriver to unhook the four hidden locking tabs at the top of the glove box where the door contacts the box. When trimming your tubes, leave plenty of straight tube for your hose as hoses like straight tubes better than curved tubes. You can cut at the center of the straightest part of each tube and connect these with hose, or you can leave as much straight tube as possible and run hose directly into the cabin to the trimmed heater core tubes.
toyotavanpeople.com 7262 - heat gun and jack to dent glove box
toyotanation.com 187110 - cut glove box in half
Rough Idle and Vacuum Leaks
The engine should run rougher after your remove the oil fill cap. If not, you may have a problem with your crankcase ventilation system.
2TZ-FZE - SuperCharged
Not shown on the SuperCharged vacuum diagram is the second PCV tube which connects the oil filler neck under the left seat to the air intake hose between the mass air flow sensor and throttle body. This is a double walled tube which also sends hot coolant from the trottle body to your ERG valve. If you open your oil filler cap under your left seat, this should increase the amount of air entering the throttle body and cause the engine to run rougher. If it doesn't, you may have an air leak somewhere.
Potential Previa Vacuum Leaks:
A/C idle up solenoid (diaphragm failed)
power steering idle up switch
EGR modulator fail and leak.
Head leakage (likely gasket leak in cylinder number 1) is a known problem for the Previa. It will start as a rough idle. You will eventually notice whites smoke when you start your Previa, which is coolant in the exhaust. Start ups will become more and more difficult until your engine hydrolocks. The solution is to pull the engine and replace the head gasket and/or head. This can be an expensive job and it may be more economical to get a JMD motor (see below) and have it installed than having to pay someone to fix your head leak.
Another option which might work is Steel Seal or Bar's Head Gasket Sealer. These additives claim to seal leaks from blown head gaskets, warped heads and cracked heads. It sounds too good to be true, but many claim these work. Steel Seal in fact worked great in the web master's own Adventure Previa. The Previa ran great, the white exhaust went away, no more overheating and no significant loss in coolant. This "seal" eventually failed after draining the coolant and replacing the antifreeze. And even though it failed to create a permanent repair, it still had it's utility. It helped diagnosed a head leak and kept the Previa running until time was available to do a major repair. It can also be used when selling a va, as long as you disclose that you have a leaky head and have a temporary fix in the coolant system - as it's far easier to sell a running van with reported problems than a dead van with a likely fix.
Steel Seal's active ingredient is sodium silicate (water glass). This can be purchased at a pharmacy for about $20.00 a bottle. It will melt at hot spots in you engine where coolant isn't able to keep temperatures below 100–105°C. Here it forms a glass seal with a re-melt temperature above 810°C, well above the boiling point of antifreeze/water mix. This is the same ingredient used to destroy engines for the Cash For Clunkers program in the US - so DON'T allow this to mix with your engine oil. Wiki Sodium silicate
It is possible to replace the head gasket without completely removing the engine. You need to undo the two main engine mounts and lower the engine slightly using a trolley jack under the sump. This allows you to get to the intake manifold bolts which are hidden under the fixed section of floor between the front seats. This is how Previa expert Samay Sengamphan of GarageTuner Automotive in Seattle does it. This is still an 8 hour job and is so much easier on you if you use a lift. wiki.answers How do you remove Toyota previa head gasket
Copper-Coat Gasket Compound or something similar can be used on head and intake gaskets to provide a better seal and longer gasket life.
toyotanation.com 369458 Bar's Head Gasket Sealer - sodium silicate
rxauto.com YouTube zqqOCxk12PM There are concerns that antifreeze will break this down.
toyotapartsandservice.com TSSN May-Jun.pdf Toyota Pub on Sealing Head
ridefix.com Head gasket leak
Yahoo Previa Group Head Gasket head gasket files
Black Flakes in Coolant!
Yahoo Groups Previa 1793676925 toyotanation.com 1140337
Supercharged Previas have a long ventilation tube which connects the oil filler neck under the driver's seat to the air tube connected to the mass air flow sensor. This ventilation tube is double walled with hot coolant flowing from the throttle body to the top of the outer part of the ventilation tube to under the Previa on the left side of engine and then connects to a hose on its way to the EGR(???). The inner part of this ventilation tube brings crankcase gasses to the air tube connecting the mass air flow sensor and throttle body. Black flakes will collect in the upper "T" where coolant enters this ventilation tube. This can clog the tube and lead to high idles when it's cold out since warm coolant isn't flowing through the throttle body. The solution is to clean out the black flakes and blow out any clogs from the bottom with compressed air. If this fails, you may need to replace the tube altogether or reroute your coolant lines. If you reroute your coolant lines, you may need to frequently clean out the ventilation tube with SeaFoam or other solvent safe for your engine.
Yahoo Groups Previa 1793676925 toyotanation.com 1140337
If once you unclog your coolant lines, you may wish to consider a in-line filter to protect your coolant system.
Yahoo Groups Previa 21959
TUBE SUB-ASSY, VENTILATION. Toyota PN 1220176020
TPS Wiring Harness
A very common problem for non-supercharged Previas is that the wires near the TPS will separate inside the harness due to excessive stretching and flexing of the wires. This results in shifting problems since the ECU needs input from the TPS to set shift points for the automatic transmission. When this wiring harness fails, this can result in potentially hours of trouble shooting by you and/or a mechanic. Since these issues may be intermittent, the diagnostic tests on the TPS and wiring harness may be unremarkable. Note that the insulation around the broken wire(s) usually remains intact, so you won't be able to pinpoint the problem by a visual inspection alone.
The fix is to replace the TPS wiring
sub harness between the TPS and ECU. Toyota sells a service kit
specifically for this job (Part No. 82989-28090). It contains a new TPS harness
connector with enough wire attached for you to butt-splice it onto the existing
harness, lengthening it enough to prevent another failure.
If you are crafty, you can take apart your harness, identify the break and then lengthen all the wires. Staggering the joint and do a good solder job and seal each wire in heat shrink. This longer sub harness should allow for more flex between the ECU and engine and last longer than a replacement.
Some have soldered wires directly to the TPS which makes for solid connections, but makes replacement later more difficult. You can also salvage a TPS harness from a different vehicle and graft it to your Previa's sub harness.
Toyota Part Number: 89452-12040 - SENSOR, THROTTLE POSITION (FOR E.F.I.).
The same TPS is used in:
TOYOTA 4Runner 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 TOYOTA Camry 1989, 1990, 1991 TOYOTA Celica 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 TOYOTA Corolla 1988, 1989, 1990 TOYOTA Corolla fx 1987, 1988 TOYOTA MR2 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 TOYOTA Previa 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 TOYOTA T100 1993, 1994, 1995 TOYOTA Tercel 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998
Almost Stalls at Stop, Stutters when Accelerating when Warm
David Steinke provided a great response for this which is worth archiving:
Okay, we can break this down into 4 areas.
I would do a few simple tests to start with.
1. With the warm engine idling, unscrew the oil fill cap on the engine. The engine should start to idle roughly or cut off. This is a simple test to see if you have a vacuum leak in your PCV system.
2. When decelerating to stop, shift the car the neutral. If the engine still bucks when you come to a stop this would eliminate the drivetrain as a problem. Also, when you rev up the engine in neutral does it have any problems? It should be super smooth in neutral. Any little roughness would indicate a ignition or vacuum problem.
3. Disconnect the battery for 15 minutes and reconnect. This will erase the learned fuel/air/temperature patterns stored in the ECU. See if that helps.
4. You stated when cold the engine is fine. It is just when it is warmed up you have problems. When cold the ECU runs in open loop mode relying on the air flow sensor, air temperature sensor, and throttle position sensor to determine the correct fuel mixture. This would indicate that all three are behaving correctly. When warm, it switches to closed loop mode using the O2 sensor to determine the proper fuel mixture except in unstable engine loading (acceleration). I myself would switch in a fake ECU engine temperature sensor (about a 5k resistor) to force the ECU to use open loop mode even with the engine warm. If it runs smooth, then it would appear to be a problem with closed loop running or switching between the two.
5. Ohm check the air flow sensor and air temperature sensor. If you need to borrow an assembly to swap in for yours, email me. I have a spare.
6. Open the gas cap and see if anything is better.
7. Pull off the vacuum modulator line over to the fuel pressure regulator and leave it open. Try driving. You will have an extra rich mixture in open loop mode but it still will be drivable. If it drives okay then it is probably related to the fuel pressure regulator/injector rail. Check to make sure the vacuum solenoid valve is working and the vacuum tubing is correct. During acceleration the ECU opens the solenoid valve removing the vacuum modulator so that there is higher pressure on the fuel injector rail. I just lost mine on my 92. It showed up as pinging under heaving acceleration (too lean of fuel mixture). Replaced it and the pinging dropped dramatically.
8. Check for a crack in the intake duct where it attaches to the throttle body. That rubber gets really stiff and will crack right next to the hose clamp.
I had similar rough running problems with both of my Previas. When accelerating or decelerating heavily, the engine would start to buck. Once it started to buck, it would continue to buck then suddenly settle down. In my case it was wiring stretching with the engine shifting from torque.
On my 92, it was the ignition wire between the ignition coil and the distributor cap. I replaced the entire set in trying to find the problem. It turned out that the replacement set had that wire bad also. It ohmed okay just sitting there, but when I flexed it the wire would open up. The only reason I found the problem was the it got worse when I changed to the new wires.
On my 91, it ended up being the wiper contact wire for the TPS that ran to the ECU was intermittent. I did all the normal static testing but it didn't show a problem. In desperation, I tapped about 12 of the signals at the ECU so I could monitor them. I chocked the wheels so the van couldn't move and gave it some gas. Instantly it would start to buck. Watching the signals, I was able to notice a noisy TPS reading. I tapped the TPS wiper signal at the TPS and it was stable. Shut everything off and did a ohm check of the wire. Of course it was okay. Restarted still in ohm mode and the ohms started to jump all over the place. Bad wire. Ran a new wire from the TPS to the ECU in parallel with the old and everything was fine.
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The first thing that will come to mind is a head gasket leak or cracked/warped head. It may also be a blown freeze plug under the engine oil pan. Check that first and you may save yourself a whole lot of grief.
At some point, you may need to consider an engine swap. This is doable for the average mechanic, but is a job. You can get a junk yard engine, a rebuilt engine or a JMD engine. In Japan, emission laws make it more economical to pull an engine and replace it at 60K than to keep the same engine. Because of this, you can get a 60K engine for many modern Japanese autos for a reasonable price. Note that a 60K engine from Japan may be ten plus years old with many startups due to Japanese driving needs.
Broken Cup Holder
The center rollers have two plastic bushing which wear out and leave you with metal on metal grinding. This is an easy and cheap fix. Remove the door trim on your sliding door. You will need to use a clean rag on the inner door handle to work the snap ring off. There is a single screw holding the door lock knob bezel. After your door trim is off, close the slider door making sure the child lock is not engaged and your inside handle in in the van. Remove the two bolts securing the center roller. Now carefully open the door and make sure the center roller doesn't come out. If you have a second set of hands, have them hold up the rear of the door so it doesn't fall. Now hold the rear of door up, remove slider and push sliding door closed.
Inspect roller and remove any remainder of the plastic bushings to include any remaining metal from the snap ring which secured the plastic. Use a 3/8" Nylon spacer for your new bushing. I used Round Off-White Nylon 6/6 Spacer 3/8" OD x 11/64" x 3/4" Length which worked perfectly. Grab one end of the spacer with a pair of pliers and drill out the spacer with a 7/16th drill. Hammer the drilled out spacer on the empty post and repeat with the second post. Use a grinder to grind the extra bushing until you just about hit the top of the post.
If your center rail is really gouged out, you may need to take a wet SOS pad or something similar to polish it off.
Reassemble the center roller and make sure the alignment is just right. Reassemble the door and spray all the rollers (top, center and bottom) with lithium spray and wipe clean. Cycle your door several times and smile.
If you broke some of the plastic rivets which hold the trim panel on, you should be able to get a handful from a Toyota Camry or Lexus at most PickNPull salvage yards. The neon green ones work just fine.
Nylon PEX tubing
toyotavanpeople.com 4667 - PEX tubing (used for potable water systems on RVs) 1/4"ID X 3/8"OD
Also mentioned on toyotavanpeople.com 4667 are 3/8 inch nylon standoff drilled out to 1/4 inch.
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SADS (Supplemental Auxiliary Drive Shaft)
The SADS connects the engine in the middle of the Previa to the auxiliary components in the front of the Previa. These are and will become an issue for many. There are aftermarket Chinese parts that many use, but the reliability of these parts are a concern. The OEM drive shaft replacements are expensive.
Toyota Part Numbers:
04374-28011 Equipment Drive Shaft Coupling Kit (alt 04374-28010) - 1994-1997 Previa with Supercharger.
37910-28050 Equipment Drive Shaft Assembly 1994.01-1997.07
37910-28010 1990.01-1994.01 and 37910-28030 - both of these have been replaced with 37910-28050
Dorman 630-900 Driveshaft Coupler 1993-91 Toyota Previa; 12.5MM Hole Dia.
Dorman 630-901 Driveshaft Coupler 1997-94 Toyota Previa; 14.0MM Hole Dia.
Yahoo Previa Group 8657 - Home recast SADS bushings 3M polyurethane rubber two part resin
Yahoo Previa Group 8683 - casting details
Yahoo Previa Group SADS
rockforddriveline.com/whatisan Aftermarket Joints
wellauto.com Aftermarket Joints
toyotavanpeople.com 7165 - discussion on updating early Previa with newer SADS unit
BMW driveshaft flex donuts have been used to replace the Previa revolvers as these have the same bolt pattern and are similar in size (tad thicker).
BMW apparently use two Flex Discs which were very similar in size to the Preview coupler:
BMW 26-11-1-225-624-M57 is the smaller 78mm diameter Flex Disc with 10mm Bolt Holes - this is the one you want
BMW 26-11-7-511-454-M57 is the larger 96mm diameter Flex Disc used for Output Flange to Driveshaft with 12mm Bolt Holes
BMW 26 11 1 225 624 Flex Disc retrofit:
"...I used the BMW flexdisc part to replace the revolvers. All I needed was a piece of 3/8 steel brakeline ($3.00) to make some bushing-spacers for all 12 of the bolts. The brakeline material fit snug in the disc bushings and the inside diam. was just right for the original Toyota bolts. I cut twelve about an inch long and used them as I reassembled the new parts. The six bolt hole diam. in the BMW part matched right up with the Toyota revolvers perfectly. The BMW flexdiscs were a little thicker than the original (1/16 to 1/8 inch) so after I had the shaft back in I just adjusted the three accessory carriage mounts forward about 1/4 inch. It went together pretty well. No more SADS rattle and no more vibration, it runs out smooth.:-) And this is the best part for me, it cost me about $80.00 in parts and five hours of my time on Friday afternoon, not $1200.00. I got the new BMW flex discs (for 1987 BMW 325i, with automatic, driveshaft flex discs) from importparts.com, $37.00 each and free shipping, they came the next day. I don't know how they will hold up over the long run, but I have no reason to believe they won't hold up for many many miles. (the BMW part seems like a much heavier duty part) And I see no vibration increase on the accessory carriage. The whole van idles much smoother."
Yahoo Previa Group 5128 on Mon Apr 22, 2002 by beeman35051 - 91 dx 2wd with 137,000 miles
According to this, you would need part number 26 11 1 225 624 (Old part number: 26 11 1 207 785) Flex Disc; With 6 Bolt Holes for 10mm Bolts
Yahoo Previa Group 3115 on Wed Oct 24, 2001 by a_men_us - Used on 1991 LE 148k miles 26 11 1 225 624
Toyota Part 8414032140 SWITCH ASSY, HEADLAMP DIMMER
The Previa uses a relay to send power directly to the headlights, but grounds these lights through the dimmer switch in the steering column. If carbon builds up on these terminals, your lights will dim and may even eventually fail. You can take apart your switch and either clean off your terminals or replace the dimmer switch with a new one. Care should be taken with removal and installation of the air bag.
A more robust fix is to use 12V 30amp relays to ground the low and high beam headlight circuits. This will divert the high amperage of your headlight circuits so that it doesn't enter the cabin or go through your steering column. This should also brighten up your low and high beams as you are reducing resistance in the headlight circuits. Your headlight switch should also live longer since only minimal amperage to power your relays will go through your dimmer switch.
You can make your own headlight relay, which is simple enough to do, or purchase a headlight relay kit which allows you to simply plug everything in. It is IMPORTANT to NOTE that Toytoa grounds the power through the headlight switch and already uses a relay to power the headlights. You need to find a relay kit specially designed for a Toyota which adds a relay to the ground wires, otherwise you will be just adding more resistance and complexity to your circuit without an improvement in lighting. If your relay kit doesn't have a new ground wire which needs to be grounded to your Previa, that kit likely isn't appropriate for your vehicle.
danielsternlighting.com relays Discussion on use of relays
Note - pre-94 and some 94 Previas have headlights which use the older 9004/HB1 bulbs. Significant gains in lighting can be obtained by updating headlights to the newer ones which use the US 9003/HB2 (similar to H4). You will also need an H4 connector (NAPA Echlin LS-6235) for this conversion.
Some North American drivers will use JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) or EDM (European Domestic Market) headlights. This should increase the amount of light on the road, but it is important to note that some headlights, such as those used in the US and Japan are directional to allow for illumination of road signs on the side of the road you are expected to drive on. When switching between these headlights, you are likely to blind oncoming to a greater extent then if your ran headlights appropriate for your country. Euro spec lights are thought to be superior to USDM headlights in every way, except for their ability to illuminate road side signs.
Headlights other than OEM are generally considered junk. CAPALighting3.pdf
Toytota Previa Headlights:
|81110-95D01||90981-13032/90981-13027||TCR10, 20..07S, W(FOG LAMP) (01/1990 - 07/1993)||Right||USA, CND||LHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81150-95D01||90981-13032/90981-13027||TCR10, 20..07S, W(FOG LAMP) (01/1990 - 07/1993)||Left||USA, CND||LHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81110-28310||90981-13058/90981-13027||TCR10, 20..07S, W(FOG LAMP) (08/1993 - 07/1994)||Right||USA, CND||LHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81150-28310||90981-13058/90981-13027||TCR10, 20..07S, W(FOG LAMP) (08/1993 - 07/1994)||Left||USA, CND||LHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81110-28330||90981-13032||TCR10, 20 (12/1992 - 07/1993) (81110-95D00)||Right||USA, CND||LHD||wo/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81150-28330||90981-13032||TCR10, 20 (12/1992 - 07/1993) (81150-95D00)||Left||USA, CND||LHD||wo/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81110-28300||90981-13058||TCR10, 20 (08/1993 - 06/1997)||Right||USA, CND||LHD||wo/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81150-28300||90981-13058||TCR10, 20 (08/1993 - 06/1997)||Left||USA, CND||LHD||wo/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|W: Europe, Left Hand Drive|
|81110-95D04||90981-13015||TCR1*, 2*..LHD (05/1990 - 11/1992)||Right||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81150-95D04||90981-13015||TCR1*, 2*..LHD (05/1990 - 11/1992)||Left||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81110-95D05||90981-13016||TCR1*, 21..LHD, FRANCE SPEC (05/1990 - 10/1992)||Right||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81150-95D05||90981-13016||TCR1*, 21..LHD, FRANCE SPEC (05/1990 - 10/1992)||Left||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81110-95D06||90981-13015||TCR1*, 21..LHD, W(LEVELING) (05/1990 - 11/1992)||Right||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81150-95D06||90981-13015||TCR1*, 21..LHD, W(LEVELING) (05/1990 - 11/1992)||Left||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81110-28360||90981-22004||TCR1*, 2*..LHD 1992-1994||Right||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81150-28360||90981-22004||TCR1*, 2*..LHD 1992-1994||Left||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81110-28361||90981-22004||TCR1*, 2*..LHD (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Right||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81150-28361||90981-22004||TCR1*, 2*..LHD (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Left||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81110-28370||90981-22004||TCR1*, 21..LHD, W(LEVELING) (12/1992 - 07/1993)||Right||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81150-28370||90981-22004||TCR1*, 21..LHD, W(LEVELING) (12/1992 - 07/1993)||Left||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81110-28371||90981-22004||TCR1*..LHD..W, W(LEVELING) 1994-1997||Right||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81150-28371||90981-22004||TCR1*..LHD..W, W(LEVELING) 1994-1997||Left||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81110-28372||90981-22004||TCR1*, 2*..LHD..W 1996-2000||Right||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|81150-28372||90981-22004||TCR1*, 2*..LHD..W 1996-2000||Left||Europe||LHD||Assembly|
|W: Europe, Right Hand Drive|
|81110-95D06||90981-13015||TCR11..RHD..W, RH, TRAFIC SPEC (05/1990 - 11/1992)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-95D06||90981-13015||TCR11..RHD..W, RH, TRAFIC SPEC (05/1990 - 11/1992)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-95D08||90981-13015||TCR11..RHD..W (05/1990 - 11/1992)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-95D08||90981-13015||TCR11..RHD..W (05/1990 - 11/1992)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28340||90981-13015||TCR11..RHD..W (12/1992 - 07/1993)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28340||90981-13015||TCR11..RHD..W (12/1992 - 07/1993)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28341||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28341||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28342||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W (08/1996 - 11/1999)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28342||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W (08/1996 - 11/1999)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28351||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..MTM, W/O(LEVELING MOTOR) (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28351||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..MTM, W/O(LEVELING MOTOR) (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28352||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..MTM, W/O(LEVELING MOTOR) (08/1996 - 11/1999)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28352||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..MTM, W/O(LEVELING MOTOR) (08/1996 - 11/1999)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28370||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W, RH, TRAFIC SPEC (12/1992 - 07/1993)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28370||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W, RH, TRAFIC SPEC (12/1992 - 07/1993)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28371||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W, RH, TRAFIC SPEC (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28371||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W, RH, TRAFIC SPEC (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28372||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W, RH, TRAFIC SPEC (08/1996 - 11/1999)||Right||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28372||90981-22004||TCR11..RHD..W, RH, TRAFIC SPEC (08/1996 - 11/1999)||Left||Europe||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-95D07||90981-13015||TCR1*, 2*..ARL 1990-1993||Right||Australia||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-95D09||90981-13015/90981-13017||TCR1*, 2*..ARL, W(FR FOG LAMP)||Right||Australia||RHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81150-95D09||90981-13015/90981-13017||TCR1*, 2*..ARL, W(FR FOG LAMP)||Left||Australia||RHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81110-28350||90981-22004||TCR1*, 21..ARL 1992-1994||Right||Australia||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28350||90981-22004||TCR1*, 21..ARL 1992-1994||Left||Australia||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28351||90981-22004||TCR1*..ARL (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Right||Australia||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28351||90981-22004||TCR1*..ARL (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Left||Australia||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28352||90981-22004||TCR1*..ARL (08/1996 - 11/1999)||Right||Australia||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28352||90981-22004||TCR1*..ARL (08/1996 - 11/1999)||Left||Australia||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28400||90981-22004/90981-13017||TCR1*..ARL, W(FR FOG LAMP)||Right||Australia||RHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|81150-28400||90981-22004/90981-13017||TCR1*..ARL, W(FR FOG LAMP)||Left||Australia||RHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Assembly|
|TCR1*, 2* (05/1990 - 07/1993)||Right||Japan||RHD||Assembly|
|TCR1*, 2* (05/1990 - 07/1993)||Left||Japan||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28410||90981-22004/90981-13027||TCR1*, 2* (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Right||Japan||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28410||90981-22004/90981-13027||TCR1*, 2* (08/1993 - 07/1996)||Left||Japan||RHD||Assembly|
|81110-28411||90981-22004/90981-13027||TCR1*, 2* (08/1996 - 12/1997)||Right||Japan||RHD||Assembly|
|81150-28411||90981-22004/90981-13027||TCR1*, 2* (08/1996 - 12/1997)||Left||Japan||RHD||Assembly|
|TCR1*, 2* (01/1998 - 11/1999)||Right||Japan||RHD||Assembly|
|TCR1*, 2* (01/1998 - 11/1999)||Left||Japan||RHD||Assembly|
|US Headlight Units (housing only)|
|81130-95D01||91-93 R||Right||USA, CND||LHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Unit|
|81170-95D01||L||Left||USA, CND||LHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Unit|
|81130-28310||94-97 R||Right||USA, CND||LHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Unit|
|81170-28310||L||Left||USA, CND||LHD||w/ Fog Lamps||Unit|
|81130-28330||91-93 R||Right||USA, CND||LHD||wo/ Fog Lamps||Unit|
|81170-28330||L||Left||USA, CND||LHD||wo/ Fog Lamps||Unit|
|81130-28300||94-97 R||Right||USA, CND||LHD||wo/ Fog Lamps||Unit|
|81170-28300||L||Left||USA, CND||LHD||wo/ Fog Lamps||Unit|
|90981-13032||TCR10, 20, 12V 65/45W, WHITE - BULB(FOR HEADLAMP, NO.1)||9004/HB1|
|90981-13058||TCR10, 20, 12V 60/55W - BULB(FOR HEADLAMP, NO.1)||9003/HB2|
|90981-22004||TCR1*, 2*, 12V 60/55W, *HAL *WH - BULB(FOR HEADLAMP, NO.1)||H4|
|90981-13016||TCR1*, 21..LHD, 12V 60/55W, *HAL *YE, FRANCE SPEC||H4|
|90981-13015||TCR1*, 2*, 12V 60/55W, *HAL *WH - BULB(FOR HEADLAMP, NO.1)||H4|
|90981-13055||TCR1*, 2*, 12V 60/55W||H4|
|90981-13017||TCR1*, 2*..ARL, 12V 55W, *HAL *WH - 81210D BULB, FOG LAMP||H1|
|90981-13027||TCR10, 20..07S, 12V 55W, HALOGEN, ハロゲン - 81210D BULB, FOG LAMP||H3|
|90080-81040||TCR1*, 2*, 12V 51W - 81210D BULB, FOG LAMP||НВ4|
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If you have totally given up on the Previa headlights, you can add a quality auxiliary driving lights to the front of your Previa.
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If you are looking for a project and great headlights, there are a number of ways to retrofit HID or other projection lamps on your Previa.
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If you are looking for a auxiliary light switch which looks stock - you can use a Toyota Fog Light Switch. And if you have an LE, you may be already wired for fog lights. Look for a white connector inboard your headlights about 1/4" by 1/2" attached to a white wire. Now look behind the accessory switch blank off plates black female connector about 3/4" by 1 1/2". All you need now is a relay, switch and fog lights. If you want, you can order the Fog light/headlight combo from Toyota.
Note - pre-94 and some 94 Previas have headlights which use the older 9004/HB1 bulbs. Significant gains in lighting can be obtained by updating headlights to the newer ones. You will also need and H4 connector (NAPA Echlin LS-6235) for this conversion.
|84160-95J03||Fog light switch|
|90987-02004-83||Fog light relay|
|81110-28310||Headlight with fog right side|
|81150-28310||Headlight with fog left side|
Pepper - anything else other than replacement or frequent topping off is wrong. If you use some form of stop leak, it will likely clog your radiator and the dreaded coolant bypass tube on supercharged Previas.
|Engine coolant||11.7 liters
(12.4 US qts)
|Engine oil||API SH, Energy-conserving II multigrade engine oil or ILSAC multigrade engine oil and recommended viscosity oil with SAE 5W-30 being the preferred engine oil|
|Drain and refill|
|with Oil filter change||5.8 liters
(6.1 US qts)
|without Oil filter change||5.5 liters
(5.8 US qts)
|Engine oil reservoir||2.0 liters
(2.1 US qts)
|Automatic Transmission fluid||ATF DEXRON II|
|Drain and refill
(1.7 US qts)
|Transfer oil||API GL-4 or GL-5
|Drain and refill
(1.4 US qts)
|Differential oil||API GL-5 hypoid gear oil
-18ºC (0ºF) SAE 90W
-18ºC (0ºF) SAE 80W-90 or 80W
|Drain and refill|
(1.6 US qts)
|4WD Front||1.05 liters
(1.1 US qts)
|4WD Rear||1.5 liters
(1.6 US qts)
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You will need a flexible hose to get oil in your supercharger and an extra larger syringe would be nice also. You can get the 4 oz kit with hose and syringe from Toyota. Some have tried Castro Synthetics (5W-50W) at $4.95 for 946 ml or the Ford/GM version of the Supercharger oil for around $8 for 4 oz. If you are agile, you can fill the supercharger with a small syringe without hose.
For RWD Previas, the SuperCharger may be best accessed by driving the front wheels up on ramps and accessing the dipstick from below. For AWD Previas, you will need to remove the support bar (2 bolts) and at least one bolt from a plastic skid plat from underneath or remove parts of the air intake to access it from above. Some have reported being able to get to the dipstick from above without removing anything...except for some skin.
Capacity: 130 cm3 (7.9 cu in. or 4.4 fluid ounces)
Toyota Part 08885-80108 (50ml)
GM Part Number: NAL-12345982 - GM oil contains Fatty acids, c5-10, esters with dipentaery thritol, Phosphoric acid, phenyl diphenyl ester.
Ford part number E9SZ-19577-A (ESE-M99C115-A) - Ford fluid contains Butylated Triphenyl Phosphate and PentaeryThriTol Ester.
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Whistle on Acceleration
Previas are known to whistle. If you hear this distinctive whistle on the road, you are likely to see a Previa when you look around. It seems to be from the exhaust and owners report getting rid of the whistle when the flex pipe is replaced or when the muffler is replaced. Others report not being able to remedy the whistle or having the whistle return after a short break following replacement of exhaust parts. This whistle can also be from a worn flex hose, or a broken honeycomb in a catalytic converter, or a catalytic converter which has been fouled up from a leaky head gasket, or a leaky gasket or a worn out or clogged muffler or from the long straight exhaust design which may make it prone to enhancing a whistle.
The best approach to dealing with the whistle is to just ignore it and tell others it's the sound of your supercharger or your pulse drive.
Charcoal Canister Failure
Early Previas have an a mechanical fuel vapor system which is prone to failure. This can become a significant a problem as the canister prevents the plastic fuel tank from over pressurizing with hot and and cavitating when cold, both of which can cause damage to the fuel tank.
Failure of the canister is often due to its two pressure/vacuum check valves in the canister which can get dirty and stick blocking the vapor flow. When this occurs, the fuel vapor collects in the charcoal and eventually saturates the charcoal. Should this occur, the charcoal unit can be removed and cleaned out with carburetor cleaner. Compressed air can be used to "dry out" the canister.
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Heater Fan Only works on High and Medium
Time to fix or replace that heater resistor or the blower switch.
The heater resistor is hidden under the blower motor under the hood and likely needs to be re-soldered. This part is available at most auto parts stores. If you find this part is fine, you will at least have a chance to clean out the air intake of any dust and debris which has collected over the years. You also get access to your belts if you would like to change them out or clean this area.
If the heater resistor is fine or your blower switch on the dash does not click into each spot, your dash blower switch is likely worn and needs to be replaced.
Of the two jobs, the heater resistor is an easier but a dirtier job. The blower switch is more tedious, but everything is done with small tools and patience in the cab. Both parts should be available at most auto parts stores.
If you are not into unnecessary dismantling, you can examine the wiring schematic and determine the problem before taking anything apart.
Toyota Part Number 8713895D00 - RESISTOR, HEATER BLOWER - OEM part may be less expensive than aftermarket part.
Toyota Part Number 8473295D00 - SWITCH ASSY, HEATER BLOWER - Dash switch
Hillman PN: 540222
Next time you are at a salvage yard, collect these for later. Otherwise, you should be able to use a Hillman #74 spring (PN: 540222; 1-13/16in x 5/16in x .035in) as an alternative.
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Transfer Case Modifications
The AWD drive Previas are AWD all the time. Pre Previa Toyota Vans (TV) have a transfer case (TC) which have a two speed shifter which allows you to shift between Rear Wheel Drive (RWD), 4 wheel High (4Hi) and 4 Wheel Low (4Lo). It sounds like a transfer case from a Toyota Van with manual transmission should fit on a Previa with manual transmission. Likewise, a transfer case from an automatic Toyota Van may fit on a Previa with an automatic transmission. To use a transfer case intended for a manual transmission with an automatic transmission, you will need to switch out the input shaft on the automatic transmission with one from a manual transmission.
|Previa||1991-97||L4 2.4L (w/o SC)||MT||5 Spd||G57|
|Previa||1991-97||L4 2.4L (w/o SC)||AT||4 Spd RWD||A46DE|
|Previa||1991-97||L4 2.4L (w/o SC)||AT||4 Spd AWD||A46DF|
|Previa||1995-97||L4 2.4L (w SC)||AT||4 Spd RWD||A340E|
|Previa||1995-97||L4 2.4L (w SC)||AT||4 Spd AWD||A340F|
The A340F automatic transmission was used in many 4x4 vehicles including:
1996-1997 Toyota 4Runner
1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner Sport Utility 4-Door
1996-2004 Toyota 4Runner Limited Sport Utility 4-Door
2004 Toyota 4Runner Sport Sport Utility 4-Door
1996-2004 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Sport Utility 4-Door
1996-2000 Toyota Tacoma SR5 Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
1998-2004 Toyota Tacoma Pre Runner Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
1999-2004 Toyota Tacoma Pre Runner Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
1996-2003 Toyota Tacoma DLX Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
2001-2004 Toyota Tacoma Pre Runner Crew Cab Pickup 4-Door
1996-2003 Toyota Tacoma DLX Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
2001-2004 Toyota Tacoma S-Runner Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
1998-2000 Toyota Tacoma Limited Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
2004 Toyota Tacoma Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
2004 Toyota Tacoma Crew Cab Pickup 4-Door
2004 Toyota Tacoma Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
1996-1997 Toyota Previa DX Mini Passenger Van 3-Door
1996-1997 Toyota Previa LE Mini Passenger Van 3-Door
1996-1997 Toyota T100 DLX Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
1996-1997 Toyota T100 DLX Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
1996-1997 Toyota T100 SR5 Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
1996-1998 Toyota T100 Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
1996-1998 Toyota T100 SR5 Extended Cab Pickup 2-Door
1996-1998 Toyota T100 Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
1996-2004 Toyota Land Cruiser Sport Utility 4-Door
2001-2004 Toyota Sequoia 4 SP 4X4 V8 4.7L
2000-2004 Toyota Tundra 4 SP 4X4 V6 3.4L V8 4.7L
It is also known as the:
AW30-40L in the Mitsubishi Pajer and Montero
AW4 in the Jeep Pickup, Grand Cherokee, Comanche and Cherokee
This should allow you to transplant a different transfercase into a supercharged Previa.
Warn has a manual hub option for the 91-92 Previa.
Spindle Nut Kit
| Premium Hub
C When Replacing Factory Automatic Hubs, You Must Also Purchase Spindle Nut Conversion Kit PN (Except for ADD)
Is this a misprint?
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If your fails, get a replacement. If you are ultra cheap, use a stick to prop up your rear hatch.
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Front Suspension Strut
Notching the brake line mount in your struts may allow you to skip the dreaded brake line bleed. If you are replacing your struts, make sure you get a quality Strut Mount and replacement strut bumps if needed.
Front Suspension Strut Mount
These need to be replaced when the struts are replaced. This is a part where you get what you pay for. Cheap Chinese and Indian strut mounts may look ok, but they are junk.
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U-Joints and Driveshafts
U-Joints are a wear item and any vehicle and will eventually need to be replaced. The AWD Previas use staked U-Joints in their driveshafts. This makes for a more economical and potentially lighter, more durable initial construct to mass manufacture. They are generally considered non-servicable. But contrary to what you might read, the stock staked U-joints can be replaced. The conversion U-joints used for replacement do fit a little loose and unwanted vibration is possible. You can also replace the entire driveshaft with one from Powertrain Industries which offers complete drive shafts that use the Spicer 1310 series joints.
On rear wheel drive Previas, the driveshafts come with servicable U-Joints which can be replaced.
Powertrain Industries Replacement Shafts:
PART NUMBER YEAR TRANS NOTES CENTER SUPPORT NLA 1991-1997 Use 2355-10 or 2355-12 Accessory shaft runs the air/power steering pump 2391-500 1991-1993 MAN 2 wheel drive 2392-506 1991-1997 MAN Front shaft, AWD 2380-20 2391-503 1991-1997 MAN Rear shaft, AWD 2391-501 1991-1997 AUTO 2 wheel drive 2391-507 1994-1997 AUTO 2 wheel drive supercharged 2392-504 1991-1997 AUTO Front shaft, AWD 2380-20 2391-502 1991-1997 AUTO Rear shaft, AWD 2355-10 - 12mm Aluminum disc with rubber insert for Toyota Previa accessory driveshaft 2355-12 - 14mm Aluminum disc with rubber insert for Toyota Previa accessory driveshaft
Propeller Shaft Numbers:
Part Number Front/Rear Transmission Type Year Notes 37110-28270 Rear MTM 2wd 1990.01-1993.08 37110-28400 Rear ATM 2wd wo/ SC 1990.01-1996.08 37110-28290 37110-28390 Rear ATM 2wd w/ SC 1994.04-1997.07 37110-0W040; 371100-W041 37110-28310 Rear MTM 4wd 1990.01-1992.08 37110-28220 Rear ATM 4wd 1990.01-1997.07 37100-28010 Front MTM 1990.01-1992.08 W/CENTER BEARING 37100-28020 Front ATM wo/ SC 1990.01-1995.08 W/CENTER BEARING 37100-28050 Front ATM w/ SC 1994.01-1997.07 W/CENTER BEARING 37110-28260 Front MTM & ATM 1990.01-1997.07 37120-28010 Front MTM 1990.01-1992.08 INTERMEDIATE 37120-28020 Front ATM wo/ SC 1990.01-1995.08 INTERMEDIATE 37120-28040 Front ATM w/ SC 1994.01-1997.07 INTERMEDIATE
2WD Driveshaft Conventional U-Joints:
37402-30011 Replaced by: 04371-60070
37402-30021 Replaced by: 04371-60070
Potential 2WD U-Joint Alternatives:
Diameter=1.143" (29mm) Yoke Lockup=2.047" (52mm) O=49
Neapco 1-1612 or 1-1612BF
AWD Staked U-Joints:
Diameter=0.867" (22mm) Yoke Lockup=1.400" (35.5mm)
430-10 Rockforddriveline radco.ca
NEA 1-0430 NEAPCO
YouTube Staked-in+U-Joint+Replacement 17 clip video on replacing staked U-joints
More on Driveshaft modification is discussed in our Previa Suspension Page
Limited choices for the front. You can get the blades separately or the entire assembly if you have a real problem or if the dealer talks you into them.
Driver Passenger Rear 1991-93 85221-YZZB3 (A700) 85221-YZZB3 (A700) 85221-YZZA5 (A400) 1994-97 85214-YZZC0 (C700) 85214-YZZC0 (C700) 85221-YZZA5 (A400) 1997-99 85213-YZZC3 (B500) 85223-YZZD5 (B450) ---
"A" Style, 700mm (27-1/2") long Synthetic Rubber 1991-1993 Rear
"C" Style, 700mm (27-1/2") long Synthetic Rubber 1994-1997 Rear
"A" Style, 400mm (15-3/4") long Synthetic Rubber Front
For 91-93 Previa's
Toyota Part # 85220-95D02 for the right
Toyota Part # 85220-95D03 for the left
For 94-97 Previa's
Toyota part # 85222-28071 for the left
Toyota Part # 85212-28091 for the right
You can rotate the wiper arms so the rest in the up position. This looks "sick" but doesn't work as well at keeping your windshield dry as keeping them in the stock position.
|Headlight (Silverstar Ultra)||2||9003 (9004 for early Previa)||T4-5/8||12.8||5.23||66.944||1495 Lumens||3.62||150||C-8|
|Tail light||4||1157||S-8||14/12.8||2.1||27/8.3||32/3 (402 Lumens)||2||1||1200-5000||C-6/C-6|
|Stop light||4||1157||S-8||14/12.8||2.1||27/8.3||32/3 (402 Lumens)||2||1||1200-5000||C-6/C-6|
|Front turn signal||2||1157||S-8||14/12.8||2.1||27/8.3||32/3 (402 Lumens)||2||1||1200-5000||C-6/C-6|
|Front sidemarker||2||1157||S-8||14/12.8||2.1||27/8.3||32/3 (402 Lumens)||2||1||1200-5000||C-6/C-6|
|Rear sidemarker||see above||1157||S-8||14/12.8||2.1||27/8.3||32/3 (402 Lumens)||2||1||1200-5000||C-6/C-6|
|High mount stop light||2||921||T-5||12.8||1.406||18||21.0||1.4||0.625||1000||C-2R|
|Rear turn signal||2||1156||S-8||12.8||2.102||26.9||32.0||2||1||1200||C-6|
|Back up light||2||1156||S-8||12.8||2.102||26.9||32.0||2||1||1200||C-6|
|Dome light (Front)||1||DE3175||T4||13||0.77||10.01||9.55 (120 Lumens)||1.23||400||C-8|
|Dome light (Slide Door)||1||DE3022||T4||12||0.38||4.94||37 Lumens||1.14||0.31||400||C-8|
|Trunk/Cargo area||1||DE3022||T4||12||0.38||4.94||37 Lumens||1.14||0.31||400||C-8|
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|1.6 kw Toyota Cold Spec Starter
note single stay bolt on field frame
|1.4 kw Toyota Standard Starter
note double stay bolts on field frame
Starters have wear items in them and will eventually need to be rebuilt/replaced. Sometimes they just need a cleanup on the contacts.
Remove starter and dismantle the solenoid. You will likely see a copper washer with scorch marks on it. Use a rotary wire brush to scuff down the big washer looking piece and the contacts it connects with. You might be able to flip the contacts to expose new surfaces. Reassemble and try out the starter.
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P0420 Error Code: Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold
This could mean a lot of expensive things. Your exhaust system probably has a leak and perhaps a related whistle. If you have able to ignore the Check Engine light, this might be one of those times to do it.
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The oil filter for the Previa is fine as is, but some use a larger filter for more protection, more cooling and potentially better flow. Most use whatever filter is available at the local parts shop.
There is an argument that a larger oil filter will decrease lubrication at startup by a small degree, which is a bad thing.
minimopar.knizefamily.ne opinions - Oil Filters Revealed - Mobil 1 GOOD; Fram BAD
Stock Oil Filters:
90915-YZZB9 - Made in Japan. (Replaces 90915-20003)
Likely the best filter but most US dealers don't stock this due to expense.
90915-YZZD1 - Made in Thailand. This is considered better than the US made filters but not as good as the Japanese ones.
90915-YZZG1 or 08922-02011 - Made in USA. This is considered the poorest quality of the three listed here. Those stocking these may charge more than dealers stocking the Thailand version.
90915-YZZD3 (replaces 90915-YZZB5) - Made in Thailand. This is used in 4Runner, Tundras, FJ Cruisers, Land Cruiser, and Sequoias. It is larger than the stock Previa filters and a popular upgrade from many Toyota enthusiasts.
Aftermarket Oil Filters:
Mobil 1 M1-102 - uses advanced synthetic fiber blend filter media and is considered quality filter
|Filtering Material||Synthetic fiber blend filter media|
|Anti-Drain Back Valve||Yes|
|Oil Filter Outside Diameter||2.98" [76mm]|
|Oil Filter Height||3.40" [86mm]|
|Inside Diameter||3/4-16 Th'd|
|Oil Filter Style||Spin-On/Canister|
Fram PH3614 - used as a reference point
||Full-Flow Lube Spin-on|
|Product I.D.||3/4-16 Th'd|
|Relief Valve Setting||PSI 12|
|Autolite for Oil FIlters||AL3614|
|BRIGGS & STRATTON||491056|
|BRIGGS & STRATTON||491056S|
|K & N||HP-1002|
|KOHLER||52 050 02|
|KOHLER||52 050 02S|
|MANN & HUMMEL||ML 1003|
|MANN & HUMMEL||W711/80|
|MANN & HUMMEL||W712/37|
|MANN & HUMMEL||W712/38|
|MANN & HUMMEL||W712/43|
|MANN & HUMMEL||W811/81|
|MANN & HUMMEL||W920/80|
|MECHANICS CIRCLE||MOF 3614|
|SAAB||30 54 8485|
|SAAB||91 44 445|
|SAAB||93 18 6554|
|VW-AUDI-PORSCHE||7B0 115 561|
Oversized Oil Filters:
A Fram PH3600 - used on 1997-2008 Ford F150-350 V6-4.2L or equivalant filter should fit a Previa and allow for somewhat improved filtering and oil flow.
A K&N HP-2009 is slightly longer than a Fram PH3600, but also has a removal nut welded on the top of the filter. The K&N has a PSI Relief Valve rated at 11-14.
A Mobil MO195 (being replaced by MO241) has: Height: 4.44 [113mm] OD:2.96 [75mm] and cross references with a Fram PH3600
|Fram PH3614 - Stock Size||Fram PH3600||Fram PH2870a||PH8316|
||Full-Flow Lube Spin-on||Full-Flow Lube Spin-on||Full-Flow Lube Spin-on||Full-Flow Lube Spin-on|
|Product I.D.||3/4-16 Th'd||3/4-16 Th'd||3/4-16 Th'd||3/4-16 Th'd|
|Relief Valve Setting PSI||12||12||22||14|
There is mention of using a Fram PH2870A
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90915-YZZD3 from Tundra V8 2UZ-FE - This cross references with the same Fram filter as a Previa - PH3614
Fram PH3600 - Used on 1997-2008 Ford F150-350 V6-4.2L
Fram PH8316 - Used on 2001-2004 Ford Escape 4-2.0L F/inj.
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Motorcraft FL-400S has a longer canister, and uses a silicone anti-drainback valve (that's what the "S" in part number is for). This cross references with a Fram PH8316 and Fram PH3600.
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15600-41010 - This is a large filter (5.45" tall; 3.75" wide) used by early 4Runners and Land Cruisers. It cross references with the Fram PH8 which is used on many Ford Trucks and other vehicles. Not sure if this will fit a Previa or if it is even a good idea.
90919-01178-83 PLUG, SPARK - PK20R11 - Platinum Supercharged Spark Plugs - 2TZFZE 90919-01168-83 PLUG, SPARK - PK16R11 - Platinum Naturally Aspirated Spark Plugs - 2TZFE 90080-91180 PLUG, SPARK - SK20R11 - Iridium Supercharged Spark Plugs - 2TZFZE 90080-91184 PLUG, SPARK - SK16R11 - Iridium Naturally Aspirated Spark Plugs - 2TZFE 19101-76010 CAP SUB-ASSY, DISTRIBUTOR Cap 19102-74040 ROTOR SUB-ASSY, DISTRIBUTOR California Spec Rotor 90919-21489 CORD SET, COIL & SPARK, W/RESISTIVE Plug Wires 19080-76010 COIL ASSY, W/BRACKET & CORD Coil
BKR5EP-11 3440 .044 Laser Platinum OEM Normal Aspiration IFR5T11 4996 .044 OE Laser Iridium Normal Aspiration BKR5EIX-11 5464 .044 Iridium IX Normal Aspiration BKR6EP-11 3440 .044 Laser Platinum OEM Supercharged IFR6T11 4996 .044 OE Laser Iridium Supercharged BKR6EIX-11 5464 .044 Iridium IX Supercharged TX71 4446 Wire Set 24553 Oxygen Sensor Pre-Cat and Post-Cat
17410-76132 Toyota Front Cat Supercharged 18450-76120 Toyota Rear Cat Supercharged 17403-76040 Toyota Rear Cat 1996, 1997 17410-76012 Toyota Only Cat 17430-76101 Toyota Muffler Supercharged 17401-66060 Toyota Muffler also used on many other vehicles 23897 Magnaflow Front Cat 49 State Supercharged 23896 Magnaflow Front Cat 49 State Supercharged 39896 Magnaflow Front Cat 50 State 280-619 Bosal Muffler Supercharged 284-285 Bosal Muffler 450-27016 Fujitsubo Wagolis Muffler Single Tip Supercharged 460-27017 Fujitsubo Wagolis Muffler Double Tip Supercharged 450-27015 Fujitsubo Wagolis Muffler NA
Part Number BCI Group Size JIS cross reference CCA @ 0°F Res Cap @ 80°F Length Width Height Toyota Truestart 00544-24F60-575 24F 80D26L 575 130 10 21/32 6 13/16 9 Toyota True-2 00544-24FT2-530 24F 80D26L 530 90 10 21/32 6 13/16 9
This is a method of rolling on paint sanding, reapplying and polishing. It allows for easy touch up and does not need special equipment for spraying or toxic paints.
This readout gauge allows all S/C Previa (94-1/2 through 97) to work with the OBD2 system. You can view RPMs, estimated MPG, codes and other readouts.
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