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Changing 1989 toyota corolla engine to fuel injectoin

Changing 1989 toyota corolla engin to fuel injection do i need a diferrent wiring harness

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Yes, and you need a computer, and a different fuel tank system, fuel lines, and emission components from the new engine's car.

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Need vacuum hoses diagrams 1989 toyota corolla


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I need 1989 Toyota Corolla 1.3 carburetor wiring diagram, please. :)


are you sure about your year
all US corolla manuals I have show the 89 corolla were fuel injected

Jul 27, 2010 | 1989 Toyota Corolla 2 Door

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I have a 1989 Toyota Corolla, 5 speed manual;


I would look at the fuel delivery system. Change the fuel filter if it hasn't been done lately. Also get the fuel pressure checked. I don't have the specs but it could be that your fuel pump is getting worn and occasionally has trouble pumping enough fuel to the carb. It's also possible that your carb may need to be overhauled. They do wear and get build up in the pasages over time. Also check to see if your warm air valve in the air cleaner is working. It is possible that your carb is icing up in the cold weather and it is more likely to happen at highway speed.
If you need to get the carb overhauled take it to a shop that specializes in this type of work. You will be glad you did when you get it back.
Hope this helps.

Mar 02, 2010 | 1989 Toyota Corolla 2 Door

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Wanna change the engine in my ae92 corolla.


There are many different types of 4a engines including 4a 4af 4age 4agze but the 5a is a 1.5 8v engine the 4a is a 1.6 usually a 16v. a 4age is a 1.6 16v gti engine that produces 129bhp depending on year later models had a little more. both engines are fuel injected and were produced for roughly the same period of time. from my experience a 4age goes on for ever. hope this helps

Jan 06, 2010 | 1989 Toyota Corolla 2 Door

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Missing? and fuel problem


You probably have one plug not firing. First, check all your plug wires to make sure the boot is pushed on all the way. If there is no improvement, you can pull one plug wire off at a time (with the engine running). If the engine doesn't die, or change when you pull a plug wire off, that will be your bad plug. It should change drastically when you pull a wire. Be sure to use a spark plug wire puller, or a heavy rubber glove. Check for spark in all your wires with a timing light.
If there aren't any dead plugs or wires, the next thing to check is the timing. Aim a timing light at the timing mark on the crank. If the mark jumps around a lot, the timing belt or chain has jumped, and will need to be replaced.
If that checks out okay, the next thing to do is a compression test. You may have bad valve.

Dec 16, 2009 | 1989 Toyota Corolla 2 Door

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Hard to start in morning


if it is carburated you need to adjust the fast idel and the choke if it is fuel injected try checking the temp on the coolant temp sensor with a scanner the temp might be reading wrong if it is differant than ambiant temp in the morning change sensor

Aug 15, 2009 | 1989 Toyota Corolla 2 Door

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Fuel and temp sensor problem toyota corolla two door 1989


Find the temperature sensor(usually around the thermostat housing)'disconnect connector and ground it with a test light. Observe the inside gauge. It should slowly go up. If so, change sensor. Do the same for the fuel gauge located on the fuel tank. If gauge move to fill as you groung the sending unit wire, change sending unit. Test the right wire. Ask for further assistance.

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1989 toyota corolla will not start


You have soaked all your electrical. All you can do is get an air hose and try to blow everything off as well as you can. Take apart what you can, and blow it out. If it doesn't go, you'll just have to wait.

Jun 08, 2009 | 1989 Toyota Corolla 2 Door

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1989 toyota corolla starts with Choke not without choke


First of all change the fuel filter. If that doesn't get it, change the spark plugs. If that doesn't help, check for vacuum leaks. Check all intake bolts for tightness. With the engine running, use a stethoscope, or a length of fuel line held to your ear and listen for a hissing sound. Wiggle all your hoses around and check for loose ones or cracked ones.

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