Having problems with your Toyota RAV4 ?

I have several questions: Number 1 the initial minutes of my premio (corona) D4 2-litre engine raves at above the 1500 rev per minute but eventually returns to less than 1000 after some minutes; consulted mechanic and was told it was normal for the type of engine. is that true? Number 2 there are two buttons on the outer cover next to the gear lever (automatic): labeled PWR and MNL wondering what are their use(s) Lastly; on the display just below odometer a green light always lightin

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 06-07-2020

Answers :

1) Yes It is normal for corona Engines to have that high rev when the engine is still cold. It automatically adjusts to the Normal Rev/min when the engine gets warm so don't worry about that.
2) The Buttons are use when you are running on road. PWR means Power meaning that you lock the car in gear Five while sprinting. MNL stands for manual transmission.
3) Econ tries to show you that you are using a higher gear like say 5, therefore your fuel consumption is now being economized and thus low consumption. Actually, its always good if you drive your car with that light on coz it saves on your fuel. It get on automatically.

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Hi george,#1,the engine is fitted with a "no fuel cutoff switch"that means that when you take your foot off,no fuel goes to the injectors,(saves fuel)this operates above1200 revs,so when first started it will run fast then settle down to 850(approx),#2.the pwr(power) switch holds the gears to a higher speed for faster acceleration,(boy racers).the mnl button holds the lower gears for steep incline engine braking,(best left alone,unless you live on a mountain).#3 the green button tells you when to you are over accelerating,(too heavy a right foot)try to drive with the light on all the time,(boring).
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