94 4Runner: Swap The Fuel Pump... Slight Problem Now... (10/20/12)
I got the fuel pump swapped out, but she's still hesitating off the line, or if the RPM's are too low.. she fires up RIGHT away now, just like she used to, and revs up way faster now, but under load, she's still acting up... thinking it could be the pre-filter filter i added onto the pump... once it warms up a bit, ill take it out again, and see what happens without the blue rag... Thanks for Watching! Website - http://analog56x.com/ Facebook - http://facebook.com/analog56x
Rebuilding a Toyota Solid Axle Brake Caliper
Well, I had some funky stuff going on with my rear left brake caliper, so i figured i should take it apart, clean it up, then rebuild it and reinstall it! I do it mostly step-by-step, but i do miss a few things... a tripod would come in SO handy when i do these kinds of videos haha! Thanks for Watching!
94 4Runner: SHE DRIVES NOW! (08/26/11)
Well, i got to go for a little romp today, but it tired me out haha! im thinking the power steering pump is shot... cause i should be able to turn like the front tires are on ice with no problem! but i have to fight like hell to get the steering wheel to turn... I got the rear driveshaft in, its such a drastic angle haha! i hope i dont start going through ujoints now hahaha! Thanks for Watching!
94 4Runner: 3.4L Installed, More Wiring & Rear Disc Brakes (08/14/11)
Well, I started the day off working on the wiring. I found out that the motors for the windows all work, so its definitely the master switch in the door that is the problem. Then I started working on the rear brakes. I had a weird caliper (figured out that both are doing it) that wears the inside pad first and doesnt really wear the outer pad... Then I decided I wanted to get the engine in. So i got the other mount changed over to Polyurethane and got the motor in! It fits awesome! Exhaust will be doable from underneath too! Maybe ill get a shop to bend a piece of pipe in weird angles, then cut it up to make my own crossover pipe. they surely wont charge much for a few bends on a pipe that i could supply... Then I got the rear suspension finished. i was able to finally get the front right shock off, so i threw the 12" shocks on the rear. its just awesome! Now i just have to seal the gas tank, install it, get a filler neck made, and plug it in. Then i have a few odds and ends to deal with... nothing else really major... Thanks for Watching!