ya u have to go under the right hand wheel well and there should be a little plate on the wheel well take it off and it should be about 3 or 4 bolts and that gives u acsess to the side that the starter is on easy to get out in stead of pulli a bunch of stuff off and pulling it up threw or down lol
33 ft lbs and then 90 degrees then another 90 degrees in an x pattern
Is the check engine light on? What is the vehicle doing? Normal a shop well charge anywhere between 90 to 120 bucks.
I had a 90 and 91 so I assume its pretty similar. Undo the negative battery cable first of all. The starter has two bolts that mounts the starter to the engine and an electrical connector that supplies power. First, undo the electrical connector. These are all a little different but usually there is a small tab that has to be depressed and then the connector slides out of the sleeve. These are a male/female type connector. Now, remove the two bolts and wiggle the starter until it starts to come out of the engine. You've got the hard part done now. Put the new starter in, install the two bolts, reconnect the connector, and reconnect the negative battery cable. You're done.
Dot 3 or Dot 4 doesnt really matter. They are so close in comparison, a normal user will never reach the temperatures that either is rated for.
75w90 gear oil
I have a 90' ZR1 and the starter is under the plenum a costly job about $700 plus parts. They have to remove the top of the engine to get to it.
Remove the starter cables. Remove the starter retaining bolts. The starter will come off. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
64 n/m + 90 degrees + 90 degrees
You get 90 cards, a playing field, 1 rare card and a starter hand book.
If you are checking the rear end, there is a bolt on the back side of the pumpkin( facing the rear) Take the bolt out and there should be a thin trickle of gear oil running out. If not, put 80-90 gear oil in until there is a thin trickle running out.
from a Toyota techfrom a Toyota tech. torque with torque wrench to 38 ft/lbs. then mark bolts with white paint like white out and turn additional 90 degrees. then another 90 degrees
You gotta get under the car and do it from the back of the engine.
approx 90 litres
I just called Toyota, it uses 75w-90 Gear Oil.
21.4 ft/lbs(29nm) + 90 degrees + 90 degrees
The starter is asmall device which is generally connected in the Tube light frame in a suitable socket. Normally it can be rotated by 90' and be pulled out from its socket
my car 6 cylinde corsica 90 doesnt start what i do?
get a starter switch from your parts store so you can hook dierctly to the starter when your under the hood sinc its dierect if it starts it most likely loose contact if it doesn't start check g.n.d.(-) and try 1s more
30nm -50nm -+90%
Disconnect battery, starter is located somewhere by where engine meets transmission. Remove all electric connections then remove bolts securing starter. Install new starter, attach electric connections, connect battery and your done.
You can get a speedometer cable for your 1990 Toyota pickup truck at most auto-parts stores. Many Toyota dealerships have auto part departments open to the public.
The starter should have two wires. The positive wire goes to the positive terminal on the battery. The ground wire can be grounded to anything that is metal.
90 weight gear oil.