How do you change fuel filter on a 89 Toyota 22re 2wd 5spd?
Remove the right wheel and place the car on a stand. Remove the cover that will gain you access to the engine from the wheel well. Break free the two lines attached to the filter. Have a rag ready to catch and wipe any fuel that spills out.
There are 2 bolts that mount the filter to the engine bolck. remove these and the fiiter will come right out. Then replace in reverse order.
The fuel filter is located under the car on the frame just forward of the gas tank. Release the fuel pressure at the fuel rail. Jack the car up and put the proper stands under it and NOT concrete blocks. You will need to have the special tool that releases the fuel line from the filter. The rest I'm sure you can figure out.
how do you change the sterter on a acura integra the starter is on the passenger side. it is hard to get to depending if it auto or 5spd. there is more cluster in the autos. i have a 5spd. i went from under the car to get to it. just got to take off the bolts. take it out put new one in. make sure it is lined up straight. if not you will…
Where can I find a full wiring diagram for a 1985 Toyota Celica GT-S Hatchback 22-RE engine 5spd manual trans.?
Your owner's manual contains all this information. Don't have one then get one. Dealer, salvage yard, E-Bay, or a Google Search are sources. ** A google search brought me here, so maybe that isn't a very good source:) Answer Oil capacity (with a filter change) is 4 quarts of 5w30, 5spd transmission is 5.6 pts,cooling system is 5.3 qts, Fuel tank is 11.9 gallons.
Where is the ecu located in the Nissan sentra 2001 se 2.0 5spd are the ecu's interchangeable what other ones could you use in place of the stock?
Did a full tune up on 2005 mitsubishi outlander but still gives me 184 miles per tank. Is that normel If not what else can i do?
I'm not sure how your gears are out but, on my truck with a 5spd manual transmission I had a problem where it became progressively more difficult to shift into 4th, then 3rd became a problem. I started dismantling the shifter and there was a plastic bushing at the base of the shift lever that had completely disintegrated. Couple dollars for the part at the dealership and it was shifting good as new.
A 93 should be a hydraulic clutch 4spd or 5spd unfortunatley adjusting it usually meens that it's slipping, so if its not the hydraulic fluid the only way to adjust it is to crimp the relay bushing (looks like a Chinese finger trap) up to the next peg, this will only buy you a month of carefull shifting. Best bet is to just buy a replacement its about $90-$130 for a reliable system.
94 Toyota 4Runner 4wd v6 5spd the rear is sagging is there anything you can do to level it out without expensive full suspension systems?
A cheap and easy thing I did was to buy rear helper springs from JC Whitney. I bough the half spring and was able to bolt them on the existing springs in the rear without having to dismantle anything. They did help quite a bit. Price was about $30/pair and about 1 hour of my time per side. NO special tools.
Dextron III. standard or automatic. In a manual tranny you can get away with gear oil, but it is not correct. That is for rear ends on rear wheel drives. Some people use 1 quart of oil and fill the rest Dextron III, claiming better gear protection, but no proof on that. Best to use the Toyota recommended Dex III -better fuel economy. Dex II and III are the same....II is just the new version…