Toyota Previa Model Overview
Toyota Previa Cars
Po141 Check Engine Light On
After replacing cat converter and both o2 sensors...still getting downstream heater circuit code? Replaced wire to the upstream o2 as it was originally a bad sensor and the wiring to the HEATER cir...
All The Lights And Windows Stoped Working
How To Fix A Blown Head Gasket Without Replacing Or Removing?
White smoke came out of tailpipe dripping on floor looked smelled like coolant. Was driving and car died on road. Had to tow away home because scared to persue driving further. Talked to several pe...
92 Previa Won't Acelerate Past 40mph Seems Like Not Getting Fuel
changed plugs no difference
Engine Oil Stops Supplying To The Engine After Engine Runs For Some Minutes...
Whenever I start the engine, the engine oil pressure indicator goes of and the engine runs smoothly. But after some minutes the indicator light comes on and the engine starts giving a knocking sound...
Toyota Previa Overview
The Toyota Previa entered the market in 1991, when minivan sales were just starting to take off. It was meant to compete with popular American offerings, like the Dodge Caravan. The Previa is best-known for its unusual styling, and is instantly recognizable.
The Toyota Previa had an unusual layout, with the mid-mounted engine located under the front seats and the alternator and cooling system located under the hood. The result was a well-balanced van, but it meant that the Previa could not accept a larger engine. It also meant that repairs were very expensive.
The Previa was available in a large amount of trims--in some years up to six. It was also the first van to pass all U.S. safety standards.
The Previa had a loyal following, but most unadventurous minivan shoppers passed the egg-shaped Previa over in favor of more conventional vans. It was discontinued in 1997 to make way for the Sienna, which has more mass market appeal.