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Re: toyota supra 3.0l i
You will need the computer from the new engine.
the junkyard has tendency to chop connectors instead of unpluggung them. you should allways make sure harness is with engine esp. the big plug near the pass. side. this is conn. to computer.
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i do not know but give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local Toyota dealership in the parts department and they be able to print you off pictures and diagrams showing you where it is located wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
when you do a tune up check all engine fluids check the cooling system.inspect and test battery.check all underhood hoses. check and adjust the drive belt.check the air filter.check pvc valve. replace the spark plug wires.replace spark plugs.replace air filter. replace fuel filter.check the fuel system.check the ignition timing.check the charging system.and check the egr valve.
1987 non-turbo: 10 deg Before Top Dead Center (BTDC) @700 rpm 1987 Turbo: 10 deg BTDC @650 rpm.
To set the timing, you will need to connect a jumper wire between terminals E1 and TE1 on the diagnostic terminal. This diagnostic terminal is located just aft of the engine compartment fuse box. It is a black plastic box marked "diagnostic" on the cover, which flips open to reveal the terminals inside. There is a diagram on the inside of the cover which explains the terminal positions. On the Turbo model, you need to remove the forward section of the engine cover to gain access to the number one spark plug wire.
Yes, it can, but, there will be no benefit. Corolla engines are not engineered for hi-octane fuel. In other words, the engine will not perform any better with the "best"/most expensive fuel. Stick to 89 octane, that is what the engine is designed for; save your money. The only Toyota cars that "need" super gas is the Supra Turbo and the Celica GTS.
sounds like ecm. car starts but when it switches over to run setting from cranking setting the cumputer ecu doent activate the run curcuits which may control your fuel injectors. check to see if engine has spark. remove one plug wire from spark plug put it close to the valve cover if you see an arc then you know that you have spark. then also go to fuel pump in tank and check voltage on the power wire if you have good voltage and the pump doesnt make any noise while ur cranking then it may be a fuel pump if the pump is making way to much noise then check the fuel pressure by hooking up a fuel pressure gauge. all test are to be done while someone cranks the engine. noid light for the injectors, disconnect on injector electical connetor connect the noid light to the wire that u just unplugged from the injector. the light will flash while u crank , once it goes to the run circut the light will either stay on which will shut off ur car or the light will stay off which will do the same. if the noid light did what I said when it went to the run circut then it is what controls your injectors...ecm good luck....daniel