I have removed the diesel pump from off the car and have removed the head off the pump to find all the parts fall onto the ground, im after an assembly drawing to reassemble and how do i go about setting the timing of the pump as when i removed the pump i found that the mounting holes were slotted are these slotted for timing adjustment?, its off a 92 corrolla 2C diesel. any help is much appreciated.. Thanks
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You're driving a diesel single cylinder head engine. Engine head torque has to be done in specific order and stages if not can warp head or break bolts. Suggest you get torque sequence and torque specs from your Toyota dealer, they can give you correct answer. Don't trust answers on here, if you choose wrong specs. could end up messing up head.
Flywheel - Use a Sealer on bolt, Manual Transmission 88nm/65 ft lb... Auto Transmission 74nm/55 ft lb
start the car leave it for a minute and when it goes to reduce revs and dying, pump the fuel filter and see whether is reving up. If so then the problem is on the fuel filter pump allowing air int he fuel system.
Many of today's engines require new head bolts because when they are tightened down they are stretched, and will no longer tighten to true torque. They should have shipped new head bolts with the new head.. Sorry about the bad news.