Question about 1994 Toyota Tercel
Refit timing cover , line up marks on crank pulley with mark on timing cover T D C, turn camshaft till No. 4 cylinder valves are just rocking , line up marks on crank gear with mark on head or block, we now have compression stroke on No. one cylinder, fit belt and rotate engine and recheck marks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check both sides of the gearbox for a plug (screw) simular to the drain plug on the bottom. This is a level screw remove it then on the bottle of trans. oil their should be a lid with a pipe on it put the pipe in the hole and squeze the bottle until the oil comes out of the hole in the gearbox.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Stock the car doesn't come with an oil pan gasket but you can order one from rockauto.com you don't have to remove the A/C compressor for any of the jobs you listed. If you want to change the timing belt you need to remove the plastic rock guard under the motor on the passenger side. remove the spark plugs and using the socket turn the engine from the crankshaft clockwise until you are at TDC on #1 cyclinder. (compression stroke) Next remove the upper and lower plastic timing belt covers. The idler pulley is the one with the spring. Loosen the nut and remove the spring then you can remove the timing belt. It really isn't that hard to do. Maybe one afternoon.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
SOURCE: Oil type for '94 Tercel
If the temperature you are running until your next oil change is due will be below 50F average they recommend 5w30.
Otherwise 10w 30 is the choice.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
To remove the belt on the alternator side, loosen the the 14 mm nut and bolt that pivots the alternator and loosen the the 12 mm bolt that allows you to slide the alternator loose. The other belt that connects the power steering and the air condition compressor is a little trickier. You must loosen the the 14 mm nut that pivots the power steering but do not remove the nut completely. There are two other nuts, one 13 mm that can be reached below the vehicle looking upward that must be loosen. This creates the tension needed to release the belt. The last 14mm nut is located on a plate afixed to the side of the engine that is slotted. A special swivel type 14mm wrench is needed becuase there is not much room to work with. Once this is loose you will be able to loosen the belt to be able to take the belt off. If you can not take off this nut, your only recourse is to pry off the old belt with a screw driven and place the new belt in by hand by using the pulleys and rotate the belt manually on. This takes patience ans muscle. Once the belts are in place nmake sure to tighten the nuts and bolts to attain between 1/4" to 3/8" deflection arounf the center of the belts between the pulleys.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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