The biggest warning would be, if you haven't done it before, either have someone else do it or have an experienced mechanic show you how. First, if it's overhead cam, the above advice is even MORE relevant. Next, you have to remove all of the peripheral stuff, anything that keeps you from getting the heads off. When you pull the sparkplug wires and/or distributor, make sure that you keep track of where the wires went. Also remove intake and exhaust manifolds and anything that is hanging from the heads. Pull the rocker arms and push rods (if applicable) and make sure you keep track of where they came from so that you can put them back in the same place. Pull the heads and make sure that you take them to a machine shop to have the heads resurfaced. Any time a head gasket goes, you can bet that the heads are probably warped. While the heads are there, you may as well have the valves and guides reconditioned. When you start putting it all back together, make sure that you have a calibrated torque werench and know how to use it. Follow the tightening sequence that you get from the machine shop, and don't THINK of doing it without the torque wrench. If you have hydraulic lifters, consider yourself fortunate. Put the pushrods and rocker assemblies back together. If you have MECHANICAL lifters, you get to adjust the valves, then you get to adjust them again after about 300 miles. Put the rest of it back together and hope you haven't messed anything up. OR You can take it to a shop that does this kind of thing. It will cost you a lot, maybe more than the vehicle is worth, but at least it will work when you're done.
you go to the Toyota place
The cost to replace an engine for Toyota Corolla is around $1,500. The exact price will depend upon how much labor is going to cost.
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Take it to a Toyota dealership
yes,the only difference is the carb and the intake manifold.both engines have the same mounting]
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Remove engine and transaxle assembly
Just paid $3687.50 to replace engine in a 2002 Toyota corolla (replacement engine has 18,000 miles, Lowell area of Massachusetts) Good luck Just paid $3687.50 to replace engine in a 2002 Toyota corolla (replacement engine has 18,000 miles, Lowell area of Massachusetts) Good luck
you have to separate engine and transmission
Take it to the shop
no its a1997 avalon replacing the mounts
800.00 to1100.00 used
On Engine, drivers side, under intake. Very tough to replace. Bad Toyota!
If you have and older 4 runner 2000 my Toyota will replace the engine ecu for free, but you will have to pay for keys and programing. On this model year, if you lost all of the master keys you have to replace the engine ecu, beause you cant add key if you only have a vallet key.
call a locksmith to do it. or replace the ecu.
Remove the battery head(+v) for a while, then replace it and star the engine.
No, it will normally last the life of the engine and is replaced when the engine is overhauled.
Replace it every 90,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine. If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur.Not true, 1999 Sienna DOES NOT have an interference engine
it should although you may have to replace the struts and any supporting factors b/c the engine will be heavier
If it had a timing belt, you would replace it at 90,000 miles. But this engine has a timing chain and does not have a belt.
Yes, and the engine is an interference engine. If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Replace at 60,000 mile on models up to 1997. From 1997 & up replace at 90,000 miles.
The cam chain will last the life of the engine and need not be replaced until the engine is overhauled.
Replace the fuel filter.