You just unscrew it.
behind the drivers seat.
For my fuel injected 1988 4x4, 4 cylinder, the gap is 0.0032".
Yes. It's located in front of the catalytic convertor.
It is Fuel Injected.
It is behind the distributor, and screewed into the top of the engine block
19 lbs on the studs, and 30 on the nuts.
I own a 92' Toyota pickup and i recently changed the fuel filter. It sat down between the block and the intake manifold on the back near the firewall. Check there.
The truck is a 1988 Toyota pickup with a four speed transmission.
Inside the evap housing, on the line to the expansion valve.
connected to thermostat housing
It is right behind the Distributor and screewed into the top of the engine block.
a Chevy small block will drop right in ha that will get that little turd to move
it has an oil filter, fuel filter, air filter, but no trans filter.
Driver side in the cab it's located behind the kick panel
usally by the oil filter or top of motor at the back Rooterman2.
fuel sender unit
On my 89 it is in the fuse box under the hood on passanger side 15 amp closest to the firewall
depends on who does it...normal time bein 3-5 hours
how to remove lock cyliner switch 1988 Isuzu pickup
Typically a 22R engine. It's the workhorse of that era and very reliable. I had one that was junked at 356,000 miles.