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HELP: Resetting LandCruiser T-Belt warning light

Discussion in 'rec.autos.4x4' started by Tor Tveitane, Sep 25, 2003.

  1. Tor Tveitane

    Tor Tveitane Guest

    Hi.

    I have a Toyota LandCruiser LJ79 '95 model where I have just replaced the
    timing belt.

    However the T-belt warning light is still lit, and I wonder how I can switch
    it off.

    Currently I'm in the bush in Africa about 2000 miles away from the nearest
    Toyota dealer/workshop ;-)

    Thanks for any hints on this issue

    best regards



    Tor
     
  2. Tor Tveitane

    Tor Tveitane Guest

    Hi,

    Doesn't anybody have a clue on this?

    regards

    Tor

    > (Tor Tveitane) wrote in message
    >
    > Hi.
    >
    > I have a Toyota LandCruiser LJ79 '95 model where I have just replaced the
    > timing belt.
    >
    > However the T-belt warning light is still lit, and I wonder how I can switch
    > it off.
    >
    > Currently I'm in the bush in Africa about 2000 miles away from the nearest
    > Toyota dealer/workshop ;-)
    >
    > Thanks for any hints on this issue
    >
    > best regards
    >
    >
    >
    > Tor

     
  3. [posted and mailed]

    newspost@bushsoft.com (Tor Tveitane) wrote in
    news:698544d2.0309251019.700666e1@posting.google.com:

    > Hi.
    >
    > I have a Toyota LandCruiser LJ79 '95 model where I have just replaced
    > the timing belt.
    >
    > However the T-belt warning light is still lit, and I wonder how I can
    > switch it off.
    >
    > Currently I'm in the bush in Africa about 2000 miles away from the
    > nearest Toyota dealer/workshop ;-)
    >
    > Thanks for any hints on this issue
    >
    > best regards
    >
    >
    >
    > Tor
    >


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