tdc mark is the longest mark,there should be shorter ones on either side as timing is set a few degrees off tdc, but you need tdc to start the timing process If you have a concern about TDC, and don't know of any other way to find it, try this: Pull the #1 sparkplug, put a long, narrow screwdriver or other clean, narrow device into the hole, then turn the engine BY HAND (don't use the starter) until you see the screwdriver at the top. You should be able to turn the engine back a little to seek the top. At that point there should be a mark and a reference point somewhere on the harmonic balancer. If you can't find a mark, make your own. It's possible that over the history of the engine someone may have removed the reference marker so you may need to do something yourself. Good luck. ** More ** The piston will raise twice, once on the exhaust stroke and again on the compression stroke, TDC is based on the compression stroke so following the above advice, when the narrow device starts to come up, remove it and insert your fingertip to feel pressure building up, when you feel pressure building up, the piston is on compression stroke, remove your finger and continue with narrow device as described.
There is no such thing as a 1987 Villager, I assume you mean a '97. The water pump is in the center of the engine in front, behind and above the crank pulley. To remove it requires that the crank pulley be removed, which may require special tools.
Is the 4 cylinder engine on a 1987 Camry noninterference?" Is the 4 cylinder engine on a 1987 Camry noninterference?"
Remove anything that may obstruct pulley (belt, wheel, etc.).Your best bet is to use an impact gun to remove bolt in center of pulley (turn counter-clockwise and use safety goggles).After loosening bolt you need to use a harmonic puller to get pulley off crankshaft (do not use impact gun on puller).Tip:Unthread bolt about 1/4 inch from crank pulley then use puller, loosen puller and remove crank bolt a few more turns off crankshaft, then use puller again to slide crank pulley off crank again, keep repeating until it is off.
The 1987 Toyota Camry does not have a carburetor. It is fuel injected.
A 1987 Toyota Camry will take 5 quarts of oil. The type of oil the Camry uses is 10 W 30.
Where is the location of the fuel pump on a 1987 toyota camry wagon
The 1987 Toyota Camry has a 13.5 gallon fuel tank. There were many complains of fuel leaks and fuel vapors associated with this gas tank.
I just did mine and it sucks pretty bad. Its driven by the timing belt and is right above the crank pulley. You need to remove the power stearing pump and the bolts to the altinator bracket. I jacked the car up and removed the driver front wheel to remove the crank pulley. there is a 10mm bolt just behind the pulley to remove the plastic cover hidind the pump. I faught like hell but it finnaly came out. In my oppinion I will never attempt this again unless i get a couple buddies and a 12pack.
The crank sensor is bad. When the sensor gets hot (i.e. engine is warmed up) the sensor quits. The sensor sends a signal to the ignition control module to tell it to create spark. It is located behind the crank pulley (or harmonic balancer) and requires a special bolts for a pulley puller or entire pulley puller designed for the 3800 engines from 1987 up to 2008.
The fuel pump is located in the tank.
The fuel tank on the 1987 Toyota Camry wagon is located on the underside towards the back of the vehicle. You will find that the fuel tank lies directly under the backseat.
it is inside the distributor.
In the front near the centre just behind the radiator.
The spark plug gap for 1987-1991 Toyota Camry: 2.0L, 4-Cylinder is 0.044.
There is no way to know without tearing the engine apart.
That requires a special puller / Tool to remove the pulley. It is pressed on. Advance auto parts will rent you the tool you need.
You will need to loosen the alternator belt with the tensioner pulley. When the tensioner pulley is loose the alternator belt will become loose. Put the new alternator belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
It must be at bottom of the radiator, you should a valve responsible for drainage.
All Toyota Camry 2 1987-1991 too the V6 GXi<3 using a Timing Belt...
Timing chain is gone buddy
sounds like a sparkplug is fouled or the timing is off
Sounds like your battery is at the end of its useful life. You need a new one.
Old age Frozen or misaligned pulley