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remove items in this order and fit in reverse
1st-grill to help with access
4th-radiator hoses x3
remember to remove the rubbers at the bottom of the old radiator to use on the new radiator
what is failing, shaft ,coil,ingniter,pick up coil, thers many diferent items in side toyota dist..under hood heat ,engine heat ,running low on oil top end suffers extra heat.a bad pcv valve pushes oil out dist unit.are cooling fans working properly ..?what are your spark plugs gapped at..all couldmake a differance.
first i would check the cooling fan relays, when the temp gauge gets anywhere between over half and overheating you should hear the relays switch(it will make a clicking sound). but do not let the car overheat! Secondly the fans are controlled by the cooling fan temp switch/sender, this is located on the radiator, and you should check to see if the fan is getting power by using a volt-meter to check for the proper 12 volts. Finally if they still do not kick on you will need to replace the cooling fan motor(s).
Disconnect the negative battery cable. Drain the cooling system.
Remove the distributor cap and rotor. Remove the rotor adapter, the dust shield and the distributor housing.
Remove the fan. The fan must be held stationary with tool 11 5 030 or some sort of flat blade cut to fit over the hub and drilled to fit over 2 of the studs on the front of the pulley. Remove the fan coupling nut; left hand thread-turn clockwise to remove.
Remove the belt and pulley.
Remove the rubber guard and distributor and or upper timing belt cover.
Compress the timing tensioner spring and clamp pin with the proper tool.
Observe the installed position of the tensioner spring pin on the water pump housing for reinstallation purposes.
Remove the water hoses, remove the 3 water pump bolts and remove the pump.
Clean the gasket surfaces and use a new gasket.
Install the water pump in position. Note the position of the tensioner spring pin. Torque M8 bolts to 16-17 ft. lbs. (20-24 Nm) and M6 bolts to 6-7 ft. lbs. (8-10 Nm). Connect the hoses.
Release the tensioner from the holding pin. Install the upper timing cover. Install the pulley and tighten the bolts to 6-7 ft. lbs. (8-10 Nm). Install the belt and tighten.
Install the fan, distributor housing and dust shield. Tighten the rotor adapter to 39-47 ft. lbs. (55-65 Nm). Install the rotor, O-ring and cap.
Yes, there is an O ring under the distributor, so if it leaks, it could easily run down and appear to be from the transmission. Is your Honda auto trans or stick? If it's auto, the fluid would be pink or red, stick would be regular oil, and checking the level of oil would show a drop in the level.