Question about 1997 Toyota Tercel
Service manual for 97 Toyota Tterecel said to replace pistons if there is any lateral movement of the connecting rod/pin assembly Why is this critical? and How do you remove the piston pins from the connecting rod?
Well, any lateral movement of the connecting rod with the piston is not acceptable because it could wear to the point of being thrown apart over time.
Also, pins can be pressed out, I believe, even though I have never done this.
I have overhauled a 1979 Honda Accord and took the pistons out, but the machine shop said that they were ok, at the time.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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