What is the coolant capacity of a 1990 Toyota pickup radiator?
The capacity of the pickup models of the 90s is 9.1 liters of refrigerators, other models of the same era arrived 10 liters even the modern models reach up to 10 liters, but does not exceed 10 liters
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Answer . \nBit more info would help answer that question. Engine type would help. However, if you are asking because you believe that it should hold way more than you just put in you may have an air blockage. These thing s are notorious for air pockets stopping fluid flow. After changing many… parts, I realized that the fluid wasnt even leaving the overflow tank . Removed overflow tank, takes about two minutes, I ran a coat hanger down the open end of the steel pipe and voila, large calcium like build up. worked the coat hangetr around flushed the pipe with water and re attached tank. That allowed flow, and removed the air pocket. (MORE)
Where is the coolant dripping from? - if it's dripping from the overflow reservoir (jug that holds acts as a reservoir for antifreeze): means there's too much coolant in the reservoir; it should only be filled to the 'full' or 'max' line - not 100% full - if it's leaking out of a small hole in the w…ater pump, it means the pump seal is gone and the pump needs to be replaced. This is a very common problem in older Celica's - if it leaking from a hose, tighten it slightly (or replace if cracked) - if it's leaking from the radiator, get the radiater repaired/replaced: NOTE: there is a drain valve on the bottom of the radiator that you should be able to finger-tighten if it's not completely shut off. Make sure it's snuggly tightenen BY HAND (if you use a tool and tighten it too hard , it'll break) Overall, the car shouldn't leak antifreeze: Jap motors are more-tightly designed that North Am. cars and if you've got a leak, something is loose, broken or worn out. Note that if it's just water (have a taste on your fingertip, but don't go overboard!), coming from the rear of the engine compartment, it could just be condensing from the air conditioner. Happens particulalry in hot weather. Which is perfectly fine and nothing to worry about. (MORE)
It should be located on the driver side of the block near the rear of the block behind the exhaust manifold and about 1/2 way vertically up the block.
Every radiator I've seen has a hole in the bottom where a plastic "screw-type" plug can simply be unscrewed and drain the fluid. Be sure to properly dispose of the radiator fluid because cats love the sweet taste of radiator fluid and if cats drink it they will die a very agonizing death. When it's …time to refill the radiator, don't pour directly into the radiator. Pour into the radiator over-flow. (MORE)
There are two types of speed sensors and you can't tell until you look. One is electrical/magnetic (VSS) and one is a cable that goes directly into the instrument cluster. Here is my answer to How to replace the Speedometer Cable in a 1990 Toyota 4x4 Pickup 3.0 3VZE V6. To remove the cable you will …need to unhook the e-brake assembly and seperate the speedometer cable from the e-brake at the firewall by the gas pedal. On end goes to rear of the instrument cluster and the other end attaches to a small gear at the rear of the transmission. The instrument cluster will need to be removed. (MORE)
At autozone.com they'll provide you with diagrams and instructions. First look for the item, in this case a radiator, and the list will appear along with a link on how to removal and install.
Answer . \nIt would depend on the engine type, petrol or Diesel.\n. \nEssentially for an engine to work, you need two or three conditions to be met. 1)Fuel 2)Compression 3)Spark (petrol engine only).\n. \nIn addition to this the engine needs to be spun by the starter motor (or push start) at s…ufficient speed.\nIn order to answer the question without writing pages and pages of text, more information is needed.\n. \n1)Petrol or Diesel engine\n2)Battery condition and cranking speed (if cranking at-all)\n3)Noise whilst cranking the engine.\n4)Circumstances leading up to the failure to start.\n. \nSorry I cant be more useful.\n. \firstname.lastname@example.org (MORE)
Easy . The wiper motor is on the high side of the passenger firewall in the engine bay. It is silver and has a large black cylindrical shape piece on the side. It has 3 bolts securing it to the firewall and one nut on the backside securing the wiper linkage.
1, but if you have A/C there will be 2.. One on the left between the bumper and the radiator to push air in, one on the right between the engine and radiator to suck air through.
The coolant capacity of a radiator in a 1986 Chevy Cavalier is 10.3quarts. You can use any standard radiator fluid that's made for allmakes and models of cars.
\n. \n Head trouble \n. \n. \nEither your head gasket is shot or your head is cracked. More than likely the latter cause the most common sign of a bad head gasket is white smoke from water going into the piston chamber and loss of power. If your truck overheated to the point of shutting down… on it's own or close to it before this happened then you probably either cracked or warped your head.\n. \nOil in the radiator is a bit different than water in the oil. There is also the possibility that your timing chain has worn a hole in the timing chain cover, which would allow oil and water to mix (there is a water passage behind the timing cover which leads back to the water pump). This is a very common sign that your timing chain guides have worn down and your timing set needs to be replaced. Hopefully this is your case, as it is alot cheaper to repair than a head repair/replacement. (MORE)
if u are facing your truck it will be on the left side of the engine!! u can take the bottom bolt off from the bottom but the top bolt well your gunna have to take it off from the top your gunna have to open your hood and slide your hand down to the starter! good luck...
Both. The reservoir is the overflow. But in the event your radiator is low, your reservoir will back it up.
first drain all anti freeze out of your radiator then undo fan shroud. Next you will have to undo radiator hoses supply and return, then undo the four bolts holding the radiator in once bolts are out just slide it right out the top. TIP: when putting radiator hoses back on or taking them off sprayin…g WD-40 inside the hoses will make putting them back on or taking them off easier. To put radiator in repeat steps backwards. (MORE)
It should be right behind the fan, under the main air duct to the manifold, under the upper radiator hose, a little left of center as you face the engine with your legs against the front bumper.. It's pretty crowded in there, but you'll find it.
Answer . Yes, but only if they are both the same configuration, i.e. both 4 cylinder or both V6
Answer . 17 Gallon tank or 65 Liters Dims: 37" x 16" x 13 1/8"
Answer . \nTrack the top radiator hose to the engine area. The hose generally connects to a small fat tater size cover with two bolts that the thermostat lives in. You find that? Can you remove the bolts? So replace the thermo inside and make sure to install a new gasket
The 1990 Toyota pickups did come standard with an anti-lock brakesystem or ABS. New parts for this system may be purchased atvarious auto-part stores or through the Toyota dealership.
11 litres. Use 5 litres of a gycol type coolant mixed 50/50 with water. Be sure to run the motor until its warmed up after replacing the coolant to ensure all trapped air has been removed.
The 2004 Toyota 4Runner was offered in a 4.7L V8 option (enginecode '2UZ-FE''). The coolant capacity for the engine is 13 quarts.
If by "internal" you mean inside the cab, the heater core would most likely be the culprit and needs to be replaced. If you mean within the engine, then you have a bigger problem as it could be a blown head gasket, or a cracked cylinder head in which case the cylinder head will have to be removed fo…r repairs. (MORE)
This is not an easy starter to replace. Remove the right front wheel, remove the rubber and metal inner fender liners disconnect the battery remove the front gravel shield both starter bolts can be removed from the front with a long extension and a 14mm swivel socket with a long extensio…n remove the positive cable from the starter and the small solenoid connector the starter can be removed through the opening in the right inner fender panel, this will take a lot of twisting and turning because of the limited space but it's the only way it will come out. The solenoid has to be disassembled to get to the contacts. (MORE)
The engine oil capacity of a 1990 Toyota pickup is 5 quarts. Thisincludes replacing the oil filter which stores a small amount ofoil.
The Freon type you need for a 1990 Toyota AC system is R-12. You can no longer purchase R-12 over the counter in the USA unless you have a license for it. The only place you can get it is by having your AC system repaired at a shop that is licensed to use it... unless you are fortunate enough to hav…e a licensed buddy who sneaks it to you on the sly ;-) Now.. that is the answer for the USA. A more complete answer would involve knowing what country you live in as you can still buy R-12 over the counter in some countries.. but not many. (MORE)
The coolant capacity of a 1990 Honda Civic is 7 quarts or justunder 2 gallons. It uses a mixture of anti-freeze and water at a50/50 ratio.
The radiator capacity for a 1998 Toyota Camry is two gallons. Thisincludes coolant stored in the engine block and radiator.
that depends on the truck if its 2wd short bed then its 13.5 gallons, if its 4x4 or long bed then its 17 gallon tank
Remove negative battery cable, Remove both hoses, the big feed andreturn, remove fan, fan motor and shroud. Take transmission coolerlines off, the smaler hoses if it's an automatic. Remove bolts thathold radiator, and lift straight up. Replace same way opposite.PLEASE capture all fluids and dispose …properly. Fill radiator withPropylene glycol (the red kind) 50/50 distilled water. Run about 5minutes with cap off, top off, Put cap on, drive until enginereaches normal operating temperature, allow to cool and top offagain. Never pop hot cap. Overflow tank should be about 1/4 fullcold. Check automatic transmission fluid, you may have lost somefrom hoses. (MORE)
i almost got stuck out side of Vegas going up the cahon pass 4500 ft elev. with a 1500 lb trailer lucky i had 3 bags of ice to put on the radiator to prevent the motor blowing its got a v-6 and manual trans los angeles was a long way home i don't recomment towing any thing up a hill at ALL
The only information i can find say's not to tow anything heavier than your mr2 wich weighs1,220 kg's
depends on what motor is in both of them are they both 4cyle or 6cyle
Toyota pickups with the 4 cylinder engine: Look for the frost plug on the RIGHT side of the engine block near the oil filter. In order to get the frost plug out you can try the usual tap via a screwdriver or small chisel to one side to make it pivot in place, whereupon you can get a vice grips on on…e of the edges and pull it out, or for a no-danger removal drill a hole and pull it out via some sort of hook. IF you look at the installation instructions for the block heater they should have all this and more. (MORE)
Oh boy, I think it is on the engine block on the passenger side. Have fun, it is the toughest filter I've ever had to get to. But it can be done. Just seems they could have thought it out just a little better! haha. Hope this helps.
The total cooling system of 1994 Toyota Camrys hold: 5S-FE engine 6.7 US quarts (6.3 liters, 5.5 imperial quarts) 1MZ-FE engine 9.2 US quarts (8.7 liters, 7.7 imperial quarts
3500 pounds but considering the age of your pickup that number probably doesn't hold merit. I have an 89 toyota pickup v6 single cab, and also a 1992 toyota 4runner, v6. I usually pull my bass tracker pro 190 boat. Its roughly 19 feet long and weights around 1100-1200 pounds. Both of my toyotas can …pull the boat but going up steep hills can be a challenge Depending on how long and steep the hill is, i generally need to downshift and drive slow as balls up the hill. I typically put my 4ways on and creep up the hill. (The hill would be like a mile long at a 45 degree incline). So to answer your question, i would say your bad boy could handle up to 3000 pounds but pulling things is not really an enjoyably process. A bigger truck like a ford f150 is so much different and easier. Last but not least, stopping can be even worse than pulling. You need to be extra careful about stopping. You can burn through your brakes pretty easily. (MORE)
2.4L engine- 11.35 qt. (10.74L). 3.3L & 3.8L- 13.36 qt. (12.64L) - std.; 16.28 qt. (15.4L) - with rear heater.
A good option would be to go to your local auto parts store where you can ask someone behind the counter, or search the shelves where clips plugs and caps are found, however to find an exact match to your radiator you should go with one provided by the manufacturer of the radiator or a similar produ…ct made by the manufacturer. (MORE)
the cross member your tranny is sitting on has two long bolts called torshion bars you can lossen them to drop your front end and on the rear you can buy these 2-3 inch blocks that you can put between your axle and leaf springs
mine was also difficult to find. I did however locate it on the drivers side bottom of radiator. you might have to remove the plastic skid plate to see it. it drains straight down, not out the side like others.
I'm not sure of just the radiator capacity, but the total coolant capacity is 11.8 quarts for 1995 3.0.
Where do you look specifically for an external leak on the coolant system on a 93 Toyota pickup 22re?
Check on the block underneath the intake manifold near the center. Inspect all of the fins of the radiator while the truck is running. Look at the thermostat housing at the top next to the valve cover. Check the lower hose, and follow it to the water pump.
go to autozone.com,look up your year ,model,engine size,then look up specs.it might be 10.3/8 qts.
External or internal leak. If there is no apparent external leak and you see white smoke then you have a blown head gasket.
It depends upon what model you have. If you have the 2wd, you'll probably be running 225x75r15. Those are also run on the non-offroad editions of the 4wd models. The TRD offroad package sits up a bit more and usually runs 31x10.50r15. This is all with no suspension or body lift-if that's the case, s…omeone will have to take a look for you. (MORE)
It is etched on either the top or bottom of the bumper where the ball goes my 91 states the bumper is rated at 3500 pounds,.
According to the Owners Manual of a 1994 Concorde. 3.3 Ltr. engine 10 quarts 3.5 Ltr. engine 12 quarts
9.0 qts manual transmission (8.7 liters) 9.3 qts Automatic transmission (8.9 liters) if 50/50 mix use the total amount.
Capacites: Engine, with Mann Oil Filter (ML1003)...4.5 quarts  Cooling System, 2WD Initial Fill..........9 quarts Cooling System, 4WD Initial Fill..........9.5 quarts Automatic Transmission, A340H Initial Fill..........4.8 quarts Automatic Transmission, A340E Initial Fill..........1.7… quarts Automatic Transmission, Total Fill 4 speed A340E..........7.6 quarts 4 speed A340H..........10.9 quarts Manual Transmission, W55 (5-SPD)..........5.1 pints  Manual Transmission, W55 (5-SPD)..........6.3 pints  Differential, With ADRD Front..........4 pints Differential, Without ADRD Front..........3.4 pints Differential, 7.5 RingGear 2WD Rear..........3 pints Differential, 2WD: 8.0 RingGear 2-P Rear..........3.8 pints Differential, 2WD: 8.0 RingGear 4-P Rear..........4.6 pints Differential, 4WD Rear..........4.6 pints Transfer Case, MT W/W56..........3.4 pints Transfer Case, W/ AT..........1.7 pints  After refill check oil level.  2WD  4WD Torques: Oil Drain Plug.....26-32 ft/lbs Manual Transmission Fill Plug 27 ft/lbs Drain Plug 27 ft/lbs Air Filter = Wix 46162 (MORE)
Do you mean the expansion valve for the A/C? That is near the evaporator under the dashboard.