Re: how can i remove the crankshaft of my toyota corolla...
This is an Expert job. It takes lots of tools and room, along with a lift an engine lift and an Engine Stand, all of which are expensive tools if you were to do this yourself with instructions you would be looking at 2-3 times the cost of a new engine for the car. A Dealer or Authorized Toyota Mechanic would be able to point you in the right direction if the Crankshaft is the actual problem.
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That is too cryptic '7A FE'. Also in too many vehicles! The engine is installed in Toyota Avensis Toyota Caldina Toyota Carina Toyota Carina E Toyota Celica Toyota Corolla Toyota Corona Toyota Corolla Spacio Toyota Sprinter Carib Geo Prizm
What is the problem? It is not necessary to disassemble the whole engine. Take the engine out of engine compartment, remove the transmission, fly wheel, front timing cover, timing gears, oil pan, filter gauze, and finally the crankshaft. Leave the connecting rods in place, only remove the bearing shells. Re grind the crankshaft to the specifications and install it back in the reverse order of dis assembly.
My 2005 corolla is making a horrible noise and shuddering when it comes to a stop. We just had all the solenoids changed and a new ECM that had been recalled by Toyota. We took it out of overdrive and it stopped the noise and the studdering . There have been no codes on this problem as yet.
you need to replace the starter contacts, you will need to remove the starter and in the starter there are "contacts" that wear out over time and will need to be replaced im sure if you google it there will be better repair tips on this
the oil pump on any car is rarely the cause of low oil pressure. if you remove the oil pressure sending unit and install an oil pressure gauge,even the type you can buy as an add on,and the reading you get is low.the problem is genrally worn out main crankshaft bearings.to avoid unneseary replacement of these,you should buy some plasti-gauge from an auto part store remove the bearing caps one at a time and measure the clearance this way.there is a risk here because the smallest grain off dirt that getts into the bearing, crankshft will ruin the bearing when you restart it.if these are worn out you probabably shoul consider replacing the engine because the other bearings are probably also worn out by this time.
Have whoever is changing the flywheels check the crankshaft for "end play"...If the crankshaft thrust bearings are worn, it will allow the shaft to "walk" , or shift back & forth in the block. This action will def damage flywheels over time.
First, turn the key switch to LOCK. Disconnect the battery and wait a few minutes to make sure the airbag is disarmed. Remove the engine cover panels from below the engine. If you need more room, consider removing the air cleaner, upper radiator support, battery and tray and the coolant reservoir and hose.
Remove the starter wires then the starter. Pay attention to which bolt goes to which hole as they are different lengths. Putting it back together should be self explanatory. Good luck!
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