For that mileage and no history of the pump not being replaced, I think your factory fuel pump lasted longer than mine. Mine showed deteriorated symptoms at 230k miles (2 years socal truck, 9 yrs Houston TX truck, 4 yrs and counting Las Vegas NV truck).
Okay. Reason I asked is with the similar OAT (outside air temp), I had the same experience.
OAT 97°F, humidity 8%, coolant temp 200°F (real-time reading on the OBD Fusion wireless app) I had the same stalling issues. I have an 06 VVTi 2UZFE as well. And replacing the fuel pump with part number...
Yes, like loose sand, mud is more often full send style (use momentum to your advantage) combined with good mud tires. and yes low and slow on rocks surfaces. Our LCs/LXs aren’t good for both because of its weight.
-Yes, Low Range and D. Correct, low revs only 1500-2000 rpm max. Gently step on the gas pedal. At times it will feel like it’s not going to move forward because the wheel that has the least resistance will spin until the ATRAC senses it and will apply independent brake pressure on that wheel...
My aging 06 LX has the following:
•16 yrs old
•No roof rack/rail
•275/70R18 Falken Wildpeak AT3 @ 34PSI on all four corners and same at the factory spare.
•Dissent alum front bar with stinger (small center loop), winch not installed yet.
•Dissent aluminum full skid plate.
Drained and filled the oil, swapped a new oil filter, finally put in the Fumoto and boy sure is convenient now moving forward to do those oil changes especially with the dissent skid plate there.
Took her out last night to aim those 6” rigid sae fogs and DD spots.
I vote for Yokohama Geolandar MT003. Has a lot of good reviews and I love the side wall design, this checks your box for it looking aggressive and a true mud tire. This is potentially my next set of tires.
Honestly I’m not sure if “GigEm” wifi name is your dongle wifi name.
But this is what I see when I connect my iPhone to the Tonwon dongle wifi:
I didn’t start the engine, and this is what I get once I am connected to V-Link and have launched the OBD Fusion App.
Okay, here’s what you can try:
• make sure the dongle is plugged in the OBD2 port
• Turn the key in your ignition to acc position, no need to turn the engine on.
• Go to your iPhone’s settings and hit WiFi.
• What wifi names do you see there? We are looking for a wifi name related to your dongle.