Toyota stopped manufacturing the Toyota Tercel in the year 2000. For this reason the best places to look for a Toyota Tercel would be either at used car dealerships or online at sites such as eBay or Auto Trader.
The first thing to check for rough idle and weak acceleration of a 1991 Tercel is the vacuum system for leaks. Also check to make sure that the EGR valve is not clogged, and that the timing has not jumped.
Yes if the wheels are the same size. But make sure you are installing the correct size tires. Look on driver's door post for correct size.
Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
You need a new fuse
When I give mine a good beating, 6200 RPM would be it.
compression you should check that first or faulty injectors maybe look me up on youtube THA REAPER 94 tercel
blown head and loss of comperession in two of the four cylinders
Check the flasher.
There is a knob you twist beside your steering wheel close to your drivers side door twist it then the dash lights will brighten up this is what you have to do in my 1996 tercel so i would think it would be almost the same in a 95 tercel good luck lol
bad plugs, wires, distributer if it has one, bad igniter, faulty wiring.....
i had the same problem. i have a two door 97 Toyota tercel with auto transmission. it was a fuse for the ful injector. there was an extra one in the black fuse box under the hood. try this
The slave cylinder would be the part at the transmission.
depends on the car.But as a general rule Toyota would be
no it will not...
Buy a new one and you will see what all you have to take loose.
Generally when your flubbing your duggan, you should put some oil in that mawfuc*er.
Your girlfriend in the passenger seat after she realizes you drive a Toyota Tercel.
Valve Seals or Valve Train
Yes. Both Toyota and Camry are proper nouns (brand name and model).
Any Decent Weber or Holley would fit. Try looking though Ebay and using the compatibility chart.
Lexus has five models. But when you add in the number of Toyota hybrids (as Toyota owns the Lexus brand), one would be forced to say Toyota.
if you would buy some thing made by the us you would not have to even worry about it.
Is this a trick question? My answer is "there is no problem". It Depends on the code that will detrmined what the problem was. or what ever you fix it with was the problem
If you are in one of the northern states I would use 5W-30. I use 10W-40 in mine and I live in the Mid-Atlantic