Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
$ is very tight since hours were reduced 75%. I am fairly
mechanical so thinking of replacing my oil pump myself. Should I
get into this or pass it on to more expereince? If yes - any
Thanks Dave - Maine
Dave the only item in the oil pan that has to do with the oil pump is the pick up screen and tube. The 5FSE IS A 2.2 four cylinder. The oil pump is driven off the timing belt. All you have to do is remove the front covers and replace the oil pump. You can get a Haynes repair manual and it will give you step by step instructions. Engine does not have to be removed. I don't think fischmilch has ever worked on this style engine. Most important item to make sure you do is replace the timing belt and water pump. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
U GUYS ARE FUNNY FIRST OF ALL THE PAN HAS TO BE REMOVED BECAUSE THE OIL PUMP IS PARTLY IN PAN ITS NOT DIFFICULT IF U KNOW WHAT UR DOIN I AGREE PASS ON THIS ONE BUD CONSIDERING I DO THIS EVERY DAY
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
If the motor is on a bench, it's pretty straight forward, remove the oil pan, and swap out the pump. If the motor is still in the car, then it's 1000 times more difficult. The hardest part will be removing the oil pan to get to the pump. You might want to pass on this one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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