I have a 1988 toyota 4x4 4 cyl. pick up. there is a rubber protector that bolts to the inside fender and hangs down .it seems to prevent water from splashing against the motor, stater side. any idea what this is called.any place i can get it or even part pictures . thanks
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Its just that and there is a wrecking yard hre in Washington Stte Called All Toyota they have every possible part for toyota sorry I do not remember the number but you can google them very inexpensive quick great service
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They can be a part of the off-road package. If you are talking about the metal shields which attach to the frame, they have bolts which attach through the shield and into clips that are attached to the frame.
I had to replace several of the clips due to rust. I can tell you that they are similar to fender clips and the thread of the bolts must match the thread of the nut on the clip. Mine were off a 1999 F150 and some snapped off and others stripped and had to be ground off.
You will find the number of holes in the shield will be matched by the number of bolts and fender clips you will need. Some fender clips are made different widths to accomodate how far the clips need to be inserted to line up. All clips are the same size for your truck.
Unfortunately, your vehicle may not really appreciate your efforts!
The splash guards are normally installed on the folded edge of the fender well.
Depending on the material your fenders are made of, they may tear off very quickly. :-(
To reinforce the screws, small metal washers may help.
You have not indicated whether these guards will be on the front or rear fenders, or whether you are using the super heavy duty ones that fit only the rear, and hang under the back of the vehicle.
God bless your efforts.
Remove bolts behind lamp assemblies holding fender to frame of car.
Remove bolts along seam hidden under hood.
remove left front wheel and splash guard.
remove more bolts in wheel well
open left door, remove bolts in sill by door hinges.
Take lots of wires and stuff loose from fender.
Tada, fender is removed.
If you have an in fender antenna ( front fender) it should be accessible from inside the guard without removing the fender. You will have to remove the inner splash guard to get to it. Removing the wheel helps a lot to do the job The antenna is held in place in the fender by the silver nut at the base of the antenna just outside the fender.
I can answer the signal problem it happened to me, i noticed that water corroded the front left passenger side bulb socket because it got splashed by water due to an opening in the fender plastic guard, i changed the light bulb and the socket than i taped the socket with a good weather proofing 3M Scotch 130C Linerless Rubber tape and a protective layer of ordinary electrical tape and 6 months later NO PROBLEMS, i've also covered the gap in the plastic fender splash guard
Inside the front of the left front fender, behind the splash guard
inside the wheel well. Reach from under the car to feel the horn.
Removing the left front tire and splash guard will make it a lot easier
to get to the horn.
If they are both the 22r motors and you strip them down to just the engine and put all the parts from the vehicle you want to put it in then it will work. Hopefully you are working with complete vehicles, if not you can always buy the correct parts from a parts store or pick apart yard. I hope you are building the flatbed, not the motorhome firetrap, because a 4 cylinder motor is about half of what is needed to push a motorhome and i have known several people that have had the 80-88 ish m.homes catch fire on long trips losing everything inside...........
IF YOU LOOK ON THE INSIDE OF THE FENDER WELL, BEHIND THE PLASTIC SPLASH GUARDS, YOU SHOULD FIND THE BOLTS THAT ARE HANGING ON TO THE FENDER. HOPE THIS HELPS. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED.