Yes. 03 Sienna should have a VVTI engine ( a 1MZ FE with vvti ) which is an interference engine and the valves will hit the piston if it snaps at higher RPM. Pre 01 Siennas have non VVTI 1MZ FE motors, and those are non-interference, therefore safe.
5FSE or 1MZ-FE.
No, the 7th gen Corolla's 1.6L (4A-FE is most common model code) engine is a non-interference type engine.
The 2.2L (5S-FE) motor is non-interference. The 2.2L (5S-FE) motor is non-interference.
if it is the 3s-ge (2.0) or the 5s-fe (2.2) then it is a non-interference engine. I don't know about the 1.8 liter engine though.
There is a big confusion about this online. Actually based on the research I have done some of them are interference and some of them are not. My source for saying this is the wikipedia page for MZ-FE engines: If you go through this carefully, you will see in the introduction it says this generally about MZ-FE engines (all 3 generations): "They feature cast aluminium pistons with an anti-friction resin coating (moly) and valve depressions that decrease the chance of valve-to-piston interference in case of timing belt failure on motors without VVT-i." So MZ-FE engines are non interference unless they are a VVT-i type. Let's go to the part titled 1MZ-FE. In the begining you see the applications of conventional 1MZ-FE which should be non-interference based on the introduction; those cars include:1994--2006 Toyota Camry (V6)1994--2003 Lexus ES 300 & Toyota Windom (Japanese domestic market)1996--2004 Toyota Avalon & 2000 Toyota Pronard (Avalon for Japanese domestic market)Toyota Harrier (non-US markets)1998--2000 Toyota Sienna1999--2003 Toyota Solara (V6)2000-- Toyota Estima (Japanese domestic market) In the second half, there is a list of those cars with VVT-i 1MZ-FE engines which are interference engines, again based on the introduction:1999--2003 Lexus RX 300 (US market)2000--2003 Lexus ES 3002000--2004 Toyota Avalon2002--2003 Toyota Highlander/Kluger2001--2003 Toyota Sienna2002-- Toyota Alphard (Japanese domestic market)2003--2006 Toyota Camry (V6) So as an example if you have a 97 Toyota Avalon it should be non interference. If you have a 2001 Toyota Avalon, you should check if the engine is VVT-i or not because it fits into both above lists for 1MZ-FE.
Not enough information. Some are - some aren't. What year? What model? What engine?
an interference engine means when the timing belt snaps it bends valves etc etc a non interference engine when the timing belt breaks u simply replace it to the best of my knowledge the 4e-fe engine is non interference as i had one break before and simply replaced it i hope my answer is of some use to you cheers..........jono ireland:) what do you mean by an interference engine and why would you want to know, it wont change the engine, which is bullet proof except for oil burning, which left unchecked results in big end failure....peter
Interference... My 04 Santa fe broke it's belt. Ended up putting a new engine in it.
The 2004 Lexus LS430 uses the 3UZ-FE Toyota V8, which is an interference engine.
The 2gr-fe uses a chain ,not a belt ,and yes if it were to jump the valves would bend
In the valley under inlet manifold
The 2001 Lexus ES300 uses the 1MZ-FE Toyota V6 engine, which has a timing belt.
Yes it is, but the timing belt on a 2.7 Santa Fe is forgiving and usually does not break.
Fora 2AZ-FE engine 4 US quarts with new filter (i.e. 4 cylinder) For a 1MZ-FE engine 5 US quarts with new filter (i.e. 6 cylinder)
The total cooling system of 1994 Toyota Camrys hold: 5S-FE engine 6.7 US quarts (6.3 liters, 5.5 imperial quarts) 1MZ-FE engine 9.2 US quarts (8.7 liters, 7.7 imperial quarts
Get behind the exterior of the car and look, if there's a "V6" stamping at the near bottom right of the trunk lid, it's running on the 3.0 liter 6 cylinder engine (Engine model: 1MZ-FE). If not, it should be running on the standard 2.2 liter 4 cylinder engine (Engine model: 5S-FE).
My V6 (1mz-FE) takes 5 qts of 5w-30
According to Gates ( they manufacture timing belts etc. ) The 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe - 2.4 L - 4 cylinder / 2.7 L and 3.5 L - V6 engines all take timing BELTS and are all interference engines
AnswerThe fuel filter in a 1997 Toyota Avalon XLS with the 1MZ-FE V6 engine is located on the engine side of the left front wheel well under the air filter housing.
5w-30 for warm climate 10w-30 for colder climate Fora 2AZ-FE engine 4 US quarts with new filter (i.e. 4 cylinder) For a 1MZ-FE engine 5 US quarts with new filter (i.e. 6 cylinder)
No, the 2.7 L V6 Sante Fe has a timing belt. This belt must be replaced every 60,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine. Serious engine damage will occur if the belt breaks.
Your car has the 1NZ-FE engine featuring VVT-i (variable valve timing with intelligence). This is a non-interference engine, with a timing chain. While a broken chain could cause damage to your engine, it is less likely to cause damage on a non-interference engine, and if the chain is damaged (but not completely snapped) you will often know it because it will make a lot of noise (stop driving it at that point and get the chain replaced). The chain is generally considered good for 250,000 miles unless it begins making noise.