Question about 1989 Toyota Corolla 2 Door
How do i adjust the timing
Wy do you want to do it, but you can do that lossing the distribuitor screws and turning the distribuitor
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
You'll have to remove the engine cover under the bottom so you can position the new belt on the pulleys properly. Get a wrench or tensioner tool and turn the tensioner clockwise to relax the drive belt. Don't apply excessive force.
It's hard to draw a picture with words, but looking at the engine from the passenger side of the car, there are basically two top pulleys, two middle, and two bottom. The drive belt goes around the outside of the two top and two bottom, and on the inside of the two middle.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Carbureted models have a fast idle cam on the throttle,It is a screw that sets against a movable part,called the cam,when the engine heats up,the cam will drop upon tapping the gas pedal.Set the carb,while the engine is cold,by tapping the gas pedal,then adjust the fast idle cam screw by turning it in,with the engine running.Start out by turning the screw in a full turn before starting engine so it will run,then adjust the screw as the engine runs.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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