1986 Supra was non turbo and 1987 came in turbo and non turbo.
A340E is the transmission for the 86.5 thru 92 Toyota supra. I think its still in production in a different Toyota model
The alternator on a 1986 Honda Civic is located in front of the engine. Unplug the battery and remove the alternator belt. Loosen the alternator bracket and remove the plug to the alternator. Replace the unit.
The Toyota Celica Supra Turbo was first introduced in 1982 in Japan. Toyota dropped the Celica part of the name in 1986. The original version pulled 145 hp and a more powerful version with 160 hp was introduced the following year.
In side the Alternator, under a small service cover.
You need to check the 10 number in your vin for 1986 was G and 87 was H and so on.
From Wikipedia:The Toyota Supra is a sports car/grand tourer that was produced by Toyota Motor Company from 1979 to 2002. The styling of the Toyota Supra was derived from the Toyota Celica, but it was both longer and wider. Starting in mid-1986, the Supra (in its third generation, MKIII) became its own model and was no longer based on the Celica. In turn, Toyota also stopped using the prefix Celica and began just calling the car Supra. Due to the similarity and past of the Toyota Celica's name, it is frequently mistaken for the Toyota Supra, and vice versa. The Supra also traces much of its roots back to the Toyota 2000GT with the main instance being its engine. The first three generations were offered with a direct descendant to the 2000GT's M engine. All four generations of Supra produced have an inline 6-cylinder engine. Interior aspects were also similar. Along with this name and car Toyota also included its own logo for the Supra. It is derived from the original Celica logo, being blue instead of orange. This logo was used until January 1986, when the MKIII Supra was introduced. The new logo was similar in size, with orange writing on a red background, but without the dragon design. That logo, in turn, was on Supras until 1991 when Toyota switched to its current oval company logo. In 1999, Toyota ceased sales of the Supra in the United States and in 2002 Toyota officially stopped production of the Supra in Japan. As an iconic sports car, the Supra has appeared in numerous video games, movies, music videos and TV shows. Some of the most notable appearances include the Gran Turismo and Need for Speed series of video games and the 2001 film, The Fast and the Furious
It's internal, inside the alternator.
there isn't one
I change every thing still it staling my 1986 Toyota supra
its in the gas tank
Facing the engine, to your left, on top of the engine where the hose comes out of the engine and goes to the radiator.
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most crankshaft pulleys have a left hand thread. this means it turns opposite direction or clockwise to remove
you will have to look at the electrical connections at the back of the alternator to see if it will plug into your loom.Also you might need to look at the amps put out by both units to see if they are the same autos usually put out more there should be a label with this info hope this helps. Matt the alternator wont fit a Toyota runner it has to put more power then a corolla trust i know about Toyota
front of engine at top on right side facing engine
need diagram for 1986 Nissan truck alternator
in the tank
Is on the engine block on the upper water hose.
sitting in your driver seat - it is located directly in front of you up against the firewall. It is very hard to get to but can be seen if you peer down next to the brake cylinder.
The 1986 Toyota pickup flasher relay switch is located beneath the dashboard on the drivers side of the passenger compartment. The flasher relay switch will be labeled as such.
Starter is located under the exaust manifold to the right..... easy to get to..
The Drivers side right under the power steering pump at the front of the engine. Seems best to remove the radiator first to save some time or go under the front with the proper ratchet and/or wrench.
passenger side of the engine up front under alternator.