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1994 Toyota Paseo ENGINE IDENTIFICATION/ VALVE CLEARANCE ADJUSTMENT

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1) Disconnect PCV hose, necessary electrical connections and spark plug wires to access valve cover. Remove nuts, seal washers, valve cover and gasket. 2) Rotate crankshaft clockwise so cylinder No. 1 is at TDC on compression stroke. Cylinder No. 1 is front cylinder at timing belt end of engine. Ensure timing mark on crankshaft pulley aligns with “0″ mark on timing belt cover. 3) Ensure valve lifters on cylinder No. 1 are loose and valve lifters on cylinder No. 4 are tight. If conditions are not as described, rotate crankshaft clockwise one complete revolution (360 degrees). 4) Using feeler gauge, measure valve clearance between valve lifter and camshaft on intake valves of cylinders No. 1 and 2, and exhaust valves of cylinders No. 1 and 3. Record valve clearance. Rotate crankshaft clockwise one complete revolution (360 degrees). 5) Measure and record valve clearance on intake valves of cylinders No. 3 and 4, and exhaust valves of cylinders No. 2 and 4. Ensure valve clearance is within specification. See VALVE CLEARANCE SPECIFICATIONS table. VALVE CLEARANCE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE (1) Application In. (mm) Exhaust Valve ………….. .012-.016 (.31-.41) Intake Valve …………… .006-.010 (.15-.25) (1) – Adjust valve clearance with engine cold. 6) If valve clearance requires adjustment, rotate camshaft so lobe on valve to be adjusted is facing upward, away from valve lifter. Position notch area on valve lifter toward inside of cylinder head. DO NOT align notch area with camshaft. Use Valve Clearance Adjuster (SST 09248-55040) to adjust valve clearance. 7) Using SST “A” of valve clearance adjuster, push downward on valve lifter. Place SST “B” between camshaft and valve lifter. See Fig. 2. Ensure enough clearance exists for adjusting shim removal. Remove SST “A”. Fig. 2: Adjusting Valve Clearance Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. 8) Using small screwdriver and magnet, remove adjusting shim. Measure and record thickness of removed shim. Using measured clearance and adjusting shim thickness, select proper replacement adjusting shim. See Figs. 4 and 5. 9) Install replacement adjusting shim. Recheck valve clearance. Apply sealant at indicated valve cover sealing areas on cylinder head. See Fig. 3. 10) Using NEW gasket, install valve cover and sealing washers. Install and tighten nuts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS. To install remaining components, reverse removal procedure. NEW SHIM THICKNESS TAB

2000-2002 Toyota Corolla, Celica, MR2 Spyder, and ECHO DTC P1349 – VVTi ACTUATOR Repair Manual

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TC P1349 – VVTi ACTUATOR – EG009-03 May 19, 2003 Page 3 of 4 1. Inspect the condition of the valve cover oil baffle as per TSB EG007-02. If camshaft or camshaft position sensor damage resulting from a bent baffle is identified, repair the damage as necessary. 2. Make sure the vehicle is in “PARK” with the engine idling. 3. Referring to the screen flow below, connect the Toyota Diagnostic Tester to the vehicle and select the VVT Control Bank One Active Test (VVT CTRL B1) from the Active Test Menu. 1: DATA LIST 2: DTC INFO 3: 4: SNAPSHOT 5: SYSTEM CHECK 6: RESET MEMORY 7: MONITOR INFO 8: CHECK MODE SELECT DATA B DIAGNOSTIC MENU ENGINE A C INJ VOL A/F CONTROL CAN CTRL VSV TANK BYPASS VSV EVAP VSV (ALONE) A/C MAG CLUTCH FUEL PUMP/SPD LINE PRESS UP VVT CTRL B1 Confirm that the Vehicle is Stopped And Engine Idling 3: ACTIVE TEST PRESS [ENTER] INJECTOR 3.5ms IGN ADVANCE 11.0deg CALC LOAD 22% MAF 3.68gm/s ENGINE SPD 684rpm COOLANT TEMP186.8F INTAKE AIR 129.2F THROTTLE POS 14% CTP SW ON VEHICLE SPEED0MPH O2S B1S2 0.82V AFS B1 S1 3.25V SHORT FT #1 1.5% LONG FT #1 5.4% TOTAL FT #1 1.08 E D VVT CTRL B1 OFF INJECTOR 8.3ms IGN ADVANCE 5.0deg CALC LOAD 0% MAF 0.00gm/s ENGINE SPD 0rpm COOLANT TEMP186.8F INTAKE AIR 129.2F THROTTLE POS 14% CTP SW ON VEHICLE SPEED0MPH O2S B1S2 0.33V AFS B1 S1 3.29V SHORT FT #1 -0.1% LONG FT #1 5.4% TOTAL FT #1 1.08 VVT CTRL B1 ON 4. Using the right arrow key, toggle the VVTi actuator “ON.” 5. If at this point the vehicle does not run rough and/or stalls when the active test is performed, proceed with Repair Manual P1349 VVTi Fault Isolation Procedure (FIP). If the vehicle does stall and/or runs rough, this indicates the the VVTi control system is operating. Proceed to replace the VVTi actuator following the repair procedures listed on the Technical Information System (TIS): Engine Mechanical Section, Camshaft, Replacement The camshaft timing gear should come in the unlocked position from the factory. If it is difficult to install the camshaft timing gear, the lock pin may be engaged. To disengage the lock pin, apply and hold approximately 20 psi of air pressure at the oil feed hole located 90 degrees clockwise of the oval slot. (See Figure 1.) Once the pin has released, turn the interior assembly counterclockwise. (See black arrow in Figure 1.) B. Put the camshaft timing gear assembly and the camshaft together with the straight pin off the key groove. C. Turn the camshaft timing gear assembly (as shown in Figure 2) while pushing it lightly against the camshaft. Push further at the position where the pin fits into the groove. NOTE: Be sure not to turn the camshaft timing gear to the retard angle side (in the clockwise direction). D. Check that there is no clearance between the end of the camshaft and the camshaft timing gear. E. Tighten the camshaft bolt with the camshaft timing gear fixed. Torque: 54 Nm (551 kgfcm, 40 ftlbf) F. Check that the camshaft timing gear assembly can move to either side and is not locked

WHO KNOWS MORE ABOUT MOVING FORWARD WITH TOYOTA ENGINES

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O.E. Multi-layer Steel Head Gasket Original Equipment gasket reduces the chance of failure Precision CNC Block, Head and Valve Seat Surfacing Computer control ensures a flawless surface finish Graphite Coated Pistons & Moly Rings Low friction, high-temp tolerant and more wear resistance for longer life Precision machined and component matched main girdle/upper pan Ensures correct fit and operating tolerances Timing Cover, Pick-up Tube & Oil Pan Installed Eases installation, increases reliability, cuts hidden costs O.E. Timing Kit, Oil Pump and Gasket Set Original Equipment parts for best reliability and compatibility 100% Live-Run Tested (including VVT units) Quality is validated by running every engine before it leaves the factory. Testing the variable valve timing actuators prevents costly and hard to diagnose problems. 3 Year/100,000 Mile Nationwide Warranty. Parts & Labor are covered by your mechanic, anywhere in the U.S. O.E. Variable Valve Timing Unit Original Equipment for the best reliability Viton Valve Seals Low friction, high-temp tolerant and more wear resistance for longer life

1989 Toyota 4Runner ENGINE PERFORMANCE Removal Overhaul And Installation

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CARBURETOR (COROLLA) REMOVAL 1) Drain cooling system. Disconnect air intake hose. Disconnect emission control hoses from air cleaner. Remove air cleaner mounting bolt and wing nut. Remove air cleaner. 2) Disconnect accelerator cable. Disconnect throttle cable (A/T). Disconnect carburetor wiring connector. Disconnect emission control hoses and tag for installation. Disconnect fuel inlet hose. Remove 4 carburetor mounting nuts and No. 1 vacuum pipe. Remove carburetor. DISASSEMBLY Air Horn 1) Remove air cleaner setting bolt. Remove fuel pipe clamp, union, fuel pipe and gaskets. Remove vacuum hoses. Remove pump and pivot screw and pump arm with connecting link. Disconnect choke link and choke opener link. 2 Remove 8 air horn screws and number plate, fuel pipe support and wire clamps. Remove air horn from carburetor body. Disconnect wiring from solenoid valves. 3) Remove float pivot pin, float and needle valve assembly. Remove air horn gasket, needle valve seat and gasket, power piston retainer, power piston and spring. Remove pump plunger and boot. See Fig. 2.
Fig. 1: Exploded View of Aisan Carburetor Main Body (Corolla) Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Fig. 2: Exploded View of Air Horn Assembly (Corolla) Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Main Body 1) Remove solenoid valves from carburetor body. Remove stopper gasket. Disconnect throttle positioner links and remove bracket attaching bolts. Remove accelerator pump retainer gasket and remove pump discharge weight, long spring and discharge large ball. See Fig. 1. 2) Remove pump dampening spring. Using tweezers, remove plunger retainer and check ball. Disconnect throttle positioner link and throttle position levers, washer and spring. Remove primary and secondary main passage plugs and gaskets. Remove primary and secondary main jets and gaskets. 3) Remove auxiliary acceleration pump (AAP) housing, spring and diaphragm. Remove AAP inlet plug and check ball. Remove outlet plug, short spring and small ball. Remove primary and secondary small venturies. 4) Remove sight glass retainer, sight glass and “O” ring. Remove throttle lever return spring and back spring. Remove throttle lever and fast idle cam. 5) Disconnect link and remove secondary throttle valve diaphragm assembly and gasket. Remove throttle position switch and bracket. Remove 3 body-to-flange screws and vacuum passage screw. Separate body from flange. See Fig. 3. Remove washer from throttle valve shaft. Remove idle mixture adjusting screw and idle speed adjusting screw.

Toyota Corolla Upgrading a car radio

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step 1: Preparing the wiring harness Get a wiring harness or adapter that will allow the car radio wiring to plug into the back of the new radio. These can be found at Walmart for $4.99. Make sure that the plug is compatible with your car (check the list on the back of the box). Have shown the back of the new radio – the black set of pins is where the included black plug will go to. The free wires on the black plug provided with the new audio system will be connected to an adapter that will plug into the car wiring. For the Toyota Corolla 1995 wagon, the wiring diagram is as shown below. Your car may differ substantially from this step 2: Connecting the wires Connect the wires from the plug that came with the new radio to the wiring harness adapter that you purchased separately. Twist the correct wires together and then solder them (or use wire nuts if you dot have soldering equipment). Cover the exposed wire with electricians tape or heat seal tape. Attached is another table on how you connect your Toyota wiring adapter to the radio plug. Please, do remember that your radio and car will differ a bit step 3: Removing the old radio Remove the factory installed radio (the instructions apply only for Corollas from 95-98). Remove the two screws below the panel. Have shown a picture with the location of these screws. Remove the control knobs for the AC and the fan, etc. These come off pretty easily with a gentle pull. Use a thin blade (metal spatula) to probe approximately 2/3rd of the way up and try to pry the sides out. The metal blade will disengage the clip on each side. Took a bit of gentle effort but it did pop out. The location of these clips is just below the vents. Lift the panel up, reach under it to carefully remove the plugs on the right hand side that connect the defroster, the clock and the hazard flasher. The plugs can be removed by squeezing a release tab on the plug and then gently pulling them apart. Remove the radio – two pairs of screws on each side of the radio hold it in place. Remove these (and hold onto them because you will need them later on) and then slide the radio out.