right side of the engine compt. next to the fuse box open the gray box that say diag. on top of it. use a paper clip bent in half and put in two slots te and e1. that should put it in base timing. and you can check for any diag. codes. your check engine light should be flashing when you do this. good luck!
The 2007 Toyota 4Runner has a 30 degrees angle of approach.
The 2008 Toyota 4Runner has a 30 degrees angle of approach.
The 2009 Toyota 4Runner has a 30 degrees angle of approach.
The 2006 Toyota 4Runner has a 30 degrees angle of approach.
A 1993 Toyota 4Runner uses R12 refrigerant. The 1993 Toyota 4Runner requires 30 ounces of R12 for all engine types.
5.5 quarts of 5w-30 with oil filter change.
if its not labeld on the oil cap, best bet is 10w-30.
The timing marks on a Nissan ZD 30 diesel engine can be found on the front of the flywheel. The timing marks are scattered around the outside of the flywheel.
u need a special tool which holds camshafts in timing and crank needs to be 30 degrees after tdc.
Use Chiltons repair manual for the model year. Then you will find the engine specs. The points gap at 0.019 and the dwell will set at 30 The timing should set between 8 to 10 degrees before top dead center. Remember that changing the timing will change the dwell. Timing changes the dwell. but the dwell don't change the timing. So set the timing first.
Many people recommend to purchase a Toyota Repair mannual. I think it is around $15.00 USD. The belt cost around $30-$40 and it takes around 4-5 hours to get done. I think if you check out some specials from Toyota Dealer, they charge around $300 for a timing belt change.
If the engine is stock, I'd set the initial timing at 12, make sure the timing mark starts to move when you rev the engine off idle, and watch it advance up to somewhere in the 30 - 35 degree range when it stops. Do this with the vacuum advance disconnected. Then with the timing set at 12 with the engine at idle, hook up the vacuum line to the distributor and see that the timing now shows somewhere in the high 20's to low 30's of timing.
it is set to 11 degrees BTDC tom_dee2002 at yahoo dot com
Cost for the belt is typically $45 (give or take). If you search online you can frequently find them on sale. This site is currently (2/13/09) offering them for about $30: http://www.drivewire.com/products/toyota-solara/timing-belt/8135/ Cheers
valve lash should be set at 30 thou
if it is tbi you have to unplug the est, it is a single wire (tan/blk stripe) get a timing light and set the base timing at 0 degrees,then shut off the engine plug the est back in . unhook the neg batt terminal for 30 seconds to a minute , that will clear the codes, then put it back on and crank the engine , the timing should be set.
I have a '94 4Runner that needed a new mast so I went to http://www.antennamastsrus.com/ and ordered a new one for about $30. The instructions were good and the fix was easy. Although, shortly after install my motor stopped working altogether. I am positive that the new mast didn't cause the problem, I think it needs a new fuse or relay. Hope this helps.
7 quarts for engine, 5-30
30 PS is the correct tire pressure for a 1999 Toyota Corolla.
30 degrees dwell timing 8 to 10 at 650 rpm vacuum advance blocked off
go to a reputable auto parts or trailer supply store and purchase a trailer wiring loom that is specific for your vehicle. it is a unplug existing, plug in new ("t") loom affair. included in this loom is a "converter" for Toyota specific light systems. standard trailer system (2 bulb) Toyota (3 bulb). probably 30 to 40 unless you purchase at dealer. my Toyota was an '89 but I'm confident that this is the route to take.
The easiest way to reset the timing belt indicator lamp in your Toyota automobile is to remove the fuse for the indicator lamp. Keep the fuse out for approximately 30 seconds. Put the fuse back in and the indicator light should be off.