The fuel pump on a 1983 Toyota Tercel is located inside the fuel tank. It sucks fuel from the tank and pushed to the engine.
at the top hose from rad. at engine
blown head and loss of comperession in two of the four cylinders
Look at the lower end of engine
Yes. You should be able to get to it by removing the rear seat, but some you can't and you have to remove the fuel tank.
remove battery cable remove gear change lever remove two bolts thru starter then work it out .' that's it
The starter is on the bottom passenger side of motor. disconnect the battery first. then disconnect the wires attached to the top of the starter. then remove the 2 bolts going thru the starter to remove.make sure you keep track of any shims and put them back in . install in reverse order
On my 1990 Tercel it turns counter-clockwise. It's in there tight, but mine came out. Spray some penetrating oil on it first and let it soak. You don't want to break it off when it comes out. Especially if it's been in there for awhile.
The SAC22 does not have a starter relay.
Toyota TownAce was created in 1983.
hmmm. found it for myself. 0.44" Found it on autozone.com
http://www.tercel4wd.com this is your best resource for the tercels.
disconnect the battery, jack the car's front end up or put on a lift. locate the starter and remove the two bolts. then remove the two wires ,reconnect wires to starter,then lift starter and rebolt,reconnect battery and your on your way not a hard job a front end lift or auto lift sure does help
where is the vin number of toyota hiace van 1983
take it to the clutch guys 713-783-0006
On the bottom of the car
You can get a diagram for a 1983 Toyota truck 22R engine at various auto part stores. You can also check in the owner's manual.
Should be on the side of the starter. Small cylinder on the side. The positive cable connects to it.
Remove - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Remove wiring harness from top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
right at the starter wires hook up to starter part of them are the fusible links