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I have a problem with a toyota rav4 2005 model. the oil pump is not working even after changing it several times.

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Though I may have said this at least a hundred times to various people, Oil pumps do not fail...In close to forty years I can count those that have on two fingers.(out of many hundreds) Oil pressure is regulated by your engine bearings...worn bearings permit pressure drop and lower supply to upper parts of the engine.If you have a bearing problem you can change the pump as many times as you like and it won't help!

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How do you replace a oil pump on a 2000 avalon


It's my understanding that the Avalon and Camry for said year are the same in respect to
the oil pump.I was able to come up with a video to show you how all the stuff has to be removed
from the front of the engine in order to get to the oil pump for replacement.This took some time
to find,but I do not mind.My friend,you've a lot of work ahead of you.I've been thru it before,and
won't do it again.Best of luck to you in your endeaver.
URL/YouTube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NvTu1zr-P4
Now the oil pump proceedure in print:
Instructions
Remove Oil Pump
1
Drive your Toyota Camry up onto ramps or lifts so you have room to work as you pull out the oil pump.
You could also use a jack, but make sure you brace the front wheels so they don't roll. In addition,
set the emergency break firmly into position so the car doesn't roll.
2
Drain the oil out of your engine and disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the fender apron
seal and the undercover, the front exhaust pipe, and the front exhaust pipe bracket from the No. 1
oil pan.
3
Remove the following components in order: the alternator drive belt, the air conditioner compressor,
the power steering pump drive belt and the adjusting strut, the timing belt along with the belt
pulleys, the rear timing belt cover, the air conditioning compressor housing bracket, the No. 2 oil
pan and oil strainer, as well as the No. 1 oil pan and baffle plate.
4
Disconnect the crankshaft position sensor and remove all nine of the oil pump bolts. Remember where
each bolt was located.
5
Take out the oil pump body by reaching in and grasping between the oil pump and main bearing cap.
Remove the O-ring from the cylinder block then remove the plug, gasket, spring and relief valve
from the oil pump body.
6
Finish by taking out all nine screws, the pump body cover and the driven rotors. Clean all
components to remove contaminants.
Install the Oil Pump
7
Install the new oil pump by slipping it into the same spot where the old one was. Reconnect
the following: the driven rotors, the drive pump body cover, all nine screws, the oil pump
relief valve, the spring, the gasket and the plug to the oil pump body.
8
Insert a new O-ring onto the cylinder block and add liquid sealant to the oil pump and the
engine block. Put the oil pump back on the engine block.
9
Add and tighten the bolts over several passes, keeping the torque even. The 10 mm head should
be 69 in-lb. and the 12 mm head should be 14 ft-lb.
10
Reconnect the crankshaft position sensor, torquing the bolt to 69 in-lb. Insert the No. 1 oil
pan and oil strainer and the No. 2 oil pan.
11
Reinstall the air conditioner compressor housing bracket, tightening the bolts to 18 ft-lb.
Add the rear timing belt cover, tightening those bolts to 74 in-lb. Insert the timing belt
pulleys, the timing belt and the adjusting strut and power steering drive belt, tightening those
bolts and the nut to 32 ft-lb.
12
Install the air conditioning compressor, the alternator drive belt and the front exhaust pipe
bracket to the No. 1 oil pan, torquing the bolts to 15 ft-lb. Add the front exhaust pipe, the
undercover, and the right fender apron seal.
13
Connect the negative battery cable and fill the engine with fresh oil. Start your Toyota Camry
and look for leaks in your working area.

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Try starting doesn't seem to want to turn over try a few time usually start after a couple of time dignontic done could not fine problem started everytime started today did uturn then died now change...


You have several different problems.
First, the starter...if you are hearing a loud "click" several times before the starter engages and cranks the engine, you have a bad starter solenoid and you need to replace your starter.

The dying problem could be caused by a WHOLE LIST of things. It could be anything from a bad Idle Air Control (IAC) motor to a fuel pump that works when it wants to, or a bad Crankshaft Position sensor circuit, etc. Unless it sets a fault code in the computer or does it on a regular basis, you will probably never figure this one out.

The Change Oil light is simple: You just need to reset your oil change reminder. Sometimes it doesn't get reset when the oil change gets done and then comes on only a few miles after an oil change. This is very common - it even happens at my shop sometimes. If the oil change reminder light is not on when a customer brings the car to me for an oil change, I don't think to reset it. Not all cars have them, and of those that do, half the customers reset the light themselves. I simply do not always take the time to look it up and see if it even has one. They are different depending on what kind of vehicle you have, so I cannot tell you how to reset yours because you forgot to mention what kind of vehicle you have...YEAR, MAKE, MODEL, ENGINE SIZE, etc. (This would be nice to know if you really want help fixing your car.)

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My Camry's engine ran out of oil, according to the Toyota repairman, because the oil filter where it screws into the block was loose. He said because whoever changed the oil didn't replace it tightly. It...


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2.check if the engine oil light is offing in time or not,it is like the engiine oil is not being lifted in time by the oil pump,

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Does the Corolla 2003 model have a timming belt or chain?Does the water pump has to be changed at 70K miles? Thanks. Adrian


Adrian,

Until 2002 Toyota's had a timing belt. After 2002, Toyota's have a timing chain. Manufacturer/dealers recommend replacement of the timing chain at about 90,000 miles. I've talked to several mechanics - including the dealer - about the cost of changing out the chain. The lowest price I found from a very reputable mechanic is $260-270. He told me that if I brought in the part, he'd reduce the cost. The dealership was almost double!

Re: water pump: I haven't found anything that stated it must be changed at 70K miles. Hope this was helpful.

Lady V

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