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Power window stuck
Hi there. The most common cause of the window glass coming off is a broken window regulator. If the regulator assembly fails, the track can become crooked and it can knock the window off track. In order to diagnose exactly...
Brakes hard to press
If this is not related to any vacuum leaks, the next place to check would be the brake booster itself. As you press the brake pedal down, a shaft inside the brake booster moves forward into a diaphragm, which separates...
Van overheated, leaked, engine shut off
Hi there. This could be a variety of things related to the cooling system for your 1995 Toyota Previa. Since you just replaced the thermostat, we can theoretically rule this out. You may also want to check the coolant fan...
Car cannot start, engine unresponsive
The hard start issue on your 1994 Toyota Previa could be a variety of possibilities from something as simple as a dirty battery cable to a faulty starter, starter relay switch, or many other possibilities. Your vehicle requires a clean...
Clinking sound when put in drive, noise over 50 mph
The Toyota Previa has a unique design in that the engine is mounted under the front seats, and as a result, uses flexible couplings connected to a shaft that drives the vehicle's engine components such as the power steering, A/C...
Acceleration high-pitched whistling
This generation of Toyota Previas has a known issue with this that is typically related to something called a "flex pipe" which is a part of the exhaust system that sits in front of the catalytic converter. The fact that...
Are 1996 and 1997 toyota Previa Brake pads the same? I see some guarranteed OEM pads listed to Fit from ('91 to '97) with one pa
The OEM pads specified by Toyota for 1996 versus 1997 are different insofar as the specified friction material (ceramic versus metallic). On that criteria, the pads for these two years are NOT interchangeable. Brake systems are designed with specific assumptions...
need a way to retain the timing chain
The best way to approach this unfortunately is by using a timing chain tool retainer/holder tool. You may consider having an expert from YourMechanic come to your home replace the timing chain.

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