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2005 TOYOTA AVALON TVIP V4 (REMOTE ENGINE STARTER) INSTALLATION MANUAL

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TOYOTA AVALON 2005 – TVIP V4 (REMOTE ENGINE STARTER) Procedure Page 2 of 33 pages Issue: C 02/02/05 Care must be taken when installing this accessory to ensure damage does not occur to the vehicle. The installation of this accessory should follow approved guidelines to ensure a quality installation. These guidelines can be found in the “Accessory Installation Practices” document. This document covers such items as:- • Vehicle Protection (use of covers and blankets, cleaning chemicals, etc.). • Safety (eye protection, rechecking torque procedure, etc.). • Vehicle Disassembly/Reassembly (panel removal, part storage, etc.). • Electrical Component Visassembly/Reassembly (battery disconnection, connector removal, etc.). Please see your Toyota dealer for a copy of this document. 1. Vehicle Disassembly. (a) Remove the negative battery cable. (Fig. 1-1) (1) Protect the fender before starting. (2) Do not touch the positive terminal with any tool removing the cable. (b) Remove the glove box under-dash cover. (Fig. 1-2) (c) Remove the passenger’s step cover. (Fig. 1-3) Fig. 1-1 10mm Wrench Negative Battery Cable Battery Step Cover Fig. 1-3 Nylon Panel Removal Tool Fig. 1-2 Under-Dash Cover Nylon Panel Removal Tool TOYOTA AVALON 2005 – TVIP V4 (REMOTE ENGINE STARTER) Procedure Page 3 of 33 pages Issue: C 02/02/05 (d) Remove the passenger’s cowl cover. (Fig. 1-4) (1) Remove one nut securing the cowl cover. (e) Remove one screw and one bolt from the glove box assembly. (Fig. 1-5) (f) Remove the glove box assembly. (Fig. 1-6) (1) Open the glove box door and remove three screws securing the glove box assembly. (2) Disconnect the trunk opener cancel switch from the glove box assembly if equipped. For vehicles with Smart Entry, the disassembly process ends on Step f. Go to Section 5. For vehicles without Smart Entry, continue the disassembly process. FOR VEHICLES WITHOUT SMART ENTRY SYSTEM ONLY. (Step g) NOTE: Do not perform this step if the vehicle has Smart Entry. (g) Remove the driver’s step cover. (Fig. 1-7) Screw Fig. 1-5 10mm Wrench, Phillips Screwdriver Bolt Glove Box Assembly Cowl Cover Fig. 1-4 Nut Fig. 1-6 Nylon Panel Removal Tool, Phillips Screwdriver Screws (x3) Glove Box Assembly Trunk Opener Cancel Switch Connector Fig. 1-7 Step Cover Nylon Panel Removal Tool
TOYOTA AVALON 2005 – TVIP V4 (REMOTE ENGINE STARTER) Procedure Page 4 of 33 pages Issue: C 02/02/05 FOR VEHICLES WITHOUT SMART ENTRY SYSTEM ONLY. (Steps h-l) NOTE: Do not perform this step if the vehicle has Smart Entry. (h) Remove the driver’s cowl cover. (Fig. 1-8) (1) Remove the one nut securing the cowl cover. (i) Remove the hood release cable. (Fig. 1-9) (1) Do not bend the hood release cable. (j) Open the screw cover on the lower dash cover. Insert the tip of a Nylon Panel Removal Tool in the upper slot to loosen it. (Fig. 1-9) (1) Remove one screw and one bolt securing the lower dash cover. (k) Remove the lower dash cover. (Fig. 1-10) (1) Disconnect the temperature sensor (connector and aspirator hose) from the lower dash cover if equipped. (l) Carefully remove the driver side airbag assembly. (Fig. 1-11) (1) Remove four bolts securing the driver side airbag assembly. (2) Be careful not to get cut by the sharp metal edges. (3) Do not disconnect the airbag assembly. (4) Use the empty V4 kit box to support the airbag assembly on the floor

1993-1998 Toyota Supra TT EMS P/N 30-1100 Installation Manual

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Read and understand these instructions BEFORE attempting to install this product. 1) Removing the Stock Engine Control Unit a) Access the stock Engine Control Unit (ECU). The location of the ECU on the Toyota Supra is under the passenger firewall carpet and has a black cover that is removed by 4 10 mm nuts. b) Carefully disconnect the wiring harness from the ECU. Avoid excessive stress or pulling on the wires, as this may damage the wiring harness. Some factory ECU’s use a bolt to retain the factory connectors, and it must be removed before the harness can be disconnected. There may be more than one connector, and they must all be removed without damage to work properly with the AEM ECU. Do not cut any of the wires in the factory wiring harness to remove them. c) Remove the fasteners securing the ECU to the car body, and set it aside. Do not destroy or discard the factory ECU, as it can be reinstalled easily for street use and troubleshooting. d) Make sure any aftermarket electronics are COMPLETELY and properly removed before starting the vehicle. 2) Install the AEM Engine Management System. a) Plug the factory wiring harness into the AEM ECU, and position it so that the wires are not pulled tight or stressed. Secure it with the provided Velcro fasteners. b) Plug the comms cable into the EMS and into your PC. c) Turn your ignition on but do not attempt to start the engine. d) Upload the base calibration file (.cal) that most closely matches your vehicle’s configuration. (These files can be found in the AEMPro/Calibrations/Toyota folder on your computer’s hard drive) e) Set the throttle range: Select the Configure drop down menu, then ECU Setup | Set Throttle Range and then follow the direction given on the screen f) Verify the ignition timing by selecting the Configure drop down menu, then ECU Setup | Set Ignition . Use a timing light and compare the physical timing numbers to the Parameter Ignition Timing displayed. Use the Advance/Retard buttons to make the timing number match. 3) You are now ready to begin tuning your vehicle. a) Note: This calibration needs to be properly tuned and is not recommended for street use. NEVER TUNE YOUR VEHICLE WHILE DRIVING.

1992 Toyota Truck Pickup 2WD Cooling and Exhaust Engine Ignition Timing Adjustments Manual

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1. Connect a tachometer test probe to terminal IG of the check connector, Fig. 211 2. NOTE: Never let the tachometer lead touch ground as this could cause damage to the igniter and/or coil. Be sure to check that your tachometer is compatible with this ignition system. Consult the operating manual for your instrument. Service Check Connector 3. Fig. 223 Ignition Timing (10) Check idle speed . 4. Idle Speed : 800 rpm Using a timing light, verify that the timing mark on the timing cover is aligned with the mark on the crankshaft pulley, Fig. 223 5. Ignition Timing: 10°BTDC at idle Tighten the distributor bolt and recheck the ignition timing. 6. Remove service wire. 7. Check idle advance timing with service wire removed. 8. Ignition Timing: 8°BTDC at idle Check idle speed and adjust if necessary, COMPUTERIZED ENGINE CONTROLS. 9. Disconnect tachometer and timing light from engine. 10. Timing Belt Removal Notes Fan Shroud Removal & Installation Remove radiator fan upper and lower shrouds. 1. Installing Power Steering Pump And Belt Remove power steering pump drive belt and pump. 2. Disconnect No. 2 and No. 3 air hoses from air pipe. 3. 4. Fan Removal Remove alternator drive belt , cooling fan, belt guide and fan pulley. 5. Remove No. 2 timing belt cover. 6. Fig. 6 Aligning Timing Marks Place No. 1 cylinder at TDC of compression stroke by turning the crankshaft pulley and aligning pulley groove with the “0” mark on the No. 1 timing belt cover. Ensure alignment marks on the camshaft timing sprockets and the No. 3 timing belt cover are correctly aligned, Fig. 6. 7. If not, turn the crankshaft pulley one complete revolution. 8. Crankshaft Pulley Removal

2005 TOYOTA TACOMA SUPERCHARGER FIT KIT INSTALLATION MANUAL

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TOYOTA TACOMA MY 2005- SUPERCHARGER FIT KIT Procedure Page 5 of 46 pages Issue: E 11/04/08 Care must be taken when installing this accessory to ensure damage does not occur to the vehicle. The installation of this accessory should follow approved guidelines to ensure a quality installation. These guidelines can be found in the “Accessory Installation Practices” document. This document covers such items as:- • Vehicle Protection (use of covers and blankets, cleaning chemicals, etc.). • Safety (eye protection, rechecking torque procedure, etc.). • Vehicle Disassembly/Reassembly (panel removal, part storage, etc.). • Electrical Component Disassembly/Reassembly (battery disconnection, connector removal, etc.). • The TIS Repair Manual can be referenced for additional details. Please see your Toyota dealer for a copy of this document. 1. Installation Review and Vehicle Preparation. (a) Review the entire instruction instructions provided before beginning the installation (b) Review the parts list/kit contents to ensure that all parts are present before beginning the installation. If any items are missing contact Technical Support at (800) 688-5912 before proceeding. (c) Remove any low-octane fuel from the vehicle. Ensure that ONLY 91 octane or higher unleaded gasoline is used. (d) Place the vehicle onto vehicle hoist. (e) Protect the vehicle with protection blankets over the fenders and front of the vehicle. (f) Disconnect and remove the battery. (g) When draining the cooling system into a clean container in Step 7, save this coolant as it will be reused. CAUTION: To avoid the danger of being burned, do not remove the radiator cap while the engine and radiator are still hot. Thermal expansion will cause the hot engine coolant and steam to blow out from the radiator. (h) All parts that are removed and not reused should be saved for the customer, i.e., “discard” means to save for the customer.

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