I got a abnormal nice from the car (Toyota carina AT192), while driving suddenly car speed drop and big noise and large shock coming from the ground. But car didn’t stop can drive again normally. I cheeked suspension, break, and wills, but no any defect. Finally we observe some damagers in air cleaner filter aliment some burning marks with damages. Then my repairing person said this carouse due to back fire. Please let me know what is the extract problem is? Do I have to change my Delco?
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Re: abnormal nice from the car
He's probably correct. If the air cleaner was scorched (*particularly from the inside to out*), then the engine backfired. The timing is likely wrong on your car, or possibly the fuel mixture is way to rich.
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i have been following avensis even before it came to existence, i mean to say i owned a toyota carina diesel td, before then an avensis 2002 first generation and now avensis second generation 2008 and all of them were diesel.
i found carina and avensis gen 1 to be easily manageable and easy to replace daily parts like lights and engine parts. i got impressed with carina thats why i bought avensis both are brilliant cars with minimal hokus pokus and focus being on the engine and long running machines with very or no visits to garage. due to change in environment laws and advancement in technology, the latest avensis is much more quiet, effective and runs very good , still toyota has kept it simple when it comes to interior and outlook, but the engine of the avensis has become more effective and powerful and also smooth.
few things to keep in mind is that that gen 2 avensis has egr and diesel particulate filter, these can clogged if the avensis is driven less and short tours, in my case this is not the problem. i already have spare diesel particulate filter and turbo with me bought on internet, in case it goes wrong. would like to mention that a friend of mine have mercedes and the dealer has advised him to drive on a long tour every year for over 180km to keep the engine from dying.
so this problem is not just related to avensis.
here are the pros and cons
2. few visits to garage.
3. good mileage around 16 to 18 km pr litre
4. big trunk room
5. small to big family requirement is fulfilled
6. nice on long routes
1. simple design with no first class interior
so as you see the pros are more than cons and hence making it the first choice
The oil light indicates low oil pressure, if the oil level is correct. That and the noise indicates you have a failed con rod (big end) bearing. The engine will have to come out unfortunately. From what you say, it may be that the crankshaft has not been damaged.
the stabaliser is suspended in rubber or neoprene bushings and they kneed to be replaced you can check by using a pry bar to stress the stabaliser up and down against a solid object on the ground, watch for movement at the locations supported to the frame.
I can't say for sure without actually checking myselft but it sounds like one of four possiblilities, ball joints, tie rod ends or sabilizer bar ends or shocks.
To check the tie rod ends put the jeep on jack stands or a hoist, with the steering wheel locked try to turn the wheels back and forth and look for movement in the joints of the linkages.
To check the ball joints, while the jeep is up in the air grasp the top and bottom of the wheel and try tipping the wheel in and out, checking for movement in the ball joints.
Lower the Jeep back to the ground. Continue the tests by having a big friend or family member bounce the Jeep while you listen for and look for movement in the ball joints, stabilizer bar ends and along the linkage and abnormal movement in the shocks.
Hve the wheel bearing checked out. It needs to be raised up on a lifr, and then, with the wheels off of the ground, run the engine in gear. Listen to the onside edge of the hub, you will prob hear th noise; I bet that it is a wheel bearing. Common issue; Hope this helps.
i assume u want to both inner and outer bearings...you have to pull the whell off the caliper for the brakes has to come off,there will be a center cap on the hub,,take ot off,inside there you will find a nuts with a cotter pin in it.remove it.gently pull on the hub abd iit should come off in your hands.the outer bearings will come out always remember to repack them with grease before you replace them the inner bearings will be behind the rotor and will have to be chanfed also as well as greased,you have to do this on both sides the same process.put it back together the same way you take it apart