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1982 Toyota Celica Carburetor Redline

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2003 Toyota Celica Engine Sealant Genuine

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  • Production: 10/1975-, Black - 3.0 oz. Oil pan & Camshaft Housing Sealant These are sold in individual 3 oz. containers. If you prefer to buy by the case, one case = 20 containers.
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  • Production: 08/1980-07/1981, Black - 3.0 oz. Oil pan & Camshaft Housing Sealant These are sold in individual 3 oz. containers. If you prefer to buy by the case, one case = 20 containers.
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1980 Toyota Celica Engine Sealant Genuine

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  • Production: -07/1980, Black - 3.0 oz. Oil pan & Camshaft Housing Sealant These are sold in individual 3 oz. containers. If you prefer to buy by the case, one case = 20 containers.
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1995 Toyota Celica - What is this hose supposed to connect to?

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Question From Mattcooper93 on 1995 Toyota Celica - What is this hose supposed to connect to?

This car is a 95 Celica with the 1.8L 4 cylinder engine, around 230k miles. I am working on this for a friend, and noticed this hose was just laying there disconnected... any idea where it is supposed to lead? Any input is greatly appreciated!

Links to pics are below.

Thanks!

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Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Those pictures don't work.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

They showed for me but didn't know? One seemed connected to a check valve then off to nowhere? Only suggestion is to look for a place the length of that hose with nothing on it without more detail???? Tom

Response From Mattcooper93

This may be a stupid question, but what is a check valve and what could its purpose be in that location?

Response From Tom Greenleaf


"Check Valve" I meant a device that would allow flow only in one direction.


HT, anyone, It was about a 10mm hose between firewall and towards manifold on engine. If it isn't running like total crap over this it may be some evaporator system something but appeared it was supposed to be there not just some dropped piece of hose.


Mattcooper93 - Again if you get to see it swing as far as it goes for something it would fit on unless you think it was cut off and some IDK thing was removed?? Appeared like some vacuum hose, no clamp left on and some don't require one.


More guesses as to what could be there that does NOT alter the way it may run.........


*Cooling system overflow hose?


* Vent hose for something to the air intake snorkel but was at the wrong end?


It belongs where it should be - they don't put stuff around for laughs so do find out. Best I can do and seem to have the only magic view of the pics. Try another hosting site may work for others? Photobucket, minipics have worked for many. Could use a shot from backed away some more.


If not running well or it makes a noise or has vacuum this must be found right away,


T

Response From Hammer Time

Here's what I see from 2 different computers



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Question From dewayne on 2003 toyota celica gt

changed timing chain. still have misfire #3 and #4 cylinder. have codes po300,po303,po304, po171. PLEASE advise.

Response From dewayne

I appreciate your help. I have been trying to locate this phaser and what might could be the hydraulic problem. But I cant find a part called a phaser. And as far as hydraulic, I have seen mentioned a "hydraulic actuator" aka: "solenoid actuator" or "variable timing solenoid", would this be what you are refering too? Is testing the VVT system something I could do on my own? If so, what tools would I need and what would be the testing procedure?

Response From Sidom

All the info on this problem would be helpful......I hope you didn't just start off with a timing chain...

You have a couple of common misfire codes, that are probably the reason for the other 2 codes being set...

Usually you start off with a new set of plugs to see if that clears things up & if not then swap a couple of coils & injectors to see if the miss moves, followed up by a few other tests that are way easier to do than changing a timing chain....

A dead miss is a miss that is there all the time, under all driving conditions as opposed to an intermittent miss that sometimes is there and sometimes it isn't.....

Response From dewayne

the coils had been changed prior to the timing chain being changed. tonight I moved the coil wires. #3 to #1, #4 to #2, #1 to #3, #2 to #4. Started engine and let it run a little. Still could feel the miss. Turned off the engine and took a reading with the OBDII. Codes shown: P0300, P0301, P0304. I moved the coils again. #1 to #2, #2 to #1, #3 to #4, #4 to #3. I started the engine again. The miss seems to have gone. I turned off the engine and took another reading. Codes shown: P0171 PND Bank 1 system to lean. What do you suggest I do now? I also want to thank you very much for your time and sharing your knowledge.

Response From Sidom

Well....One of the misses seem to have moved with the swap and one stayed the same.....It would sound like you had 1 bad coil & a different problem on 4 but if with all the swapping around, its running good now....It might have been some bad connections.....

If it's running good, with no misses & you are still getting a P0171, that's a lean codes so make sure there are no vacuum leaks or any false air getting past the mass air flow senor.....Just check all the hoses, including the one from the air cleaner for rips or tears.....Also it would hurt to get a can of mass air flow cleaner and clean the sensor wire...When those get too dirty, they can set those codes or cause some running problems....

Response From dewayne

Thank You Very Much! I will check all the hoses and clean the MAF as you have suggested. I appreciate your time and info. Hopefully the problem will be remedied.

Response From dewayne

Well here i am again. I cleaned the MAF sensor, checked the hoses and tested a couple VCV's. I found that the VCV for the EVAP wasnt working so I ordered another one from Autozone. The one I got from them didnt look like the one I had and the hose connections were smaller. I went back to them where we searched their books till we found one that looked like the one i had. They told me it was for a 1998 celica. I ordered it anyway and it was the one i wanted. I installed it hopeing that would take care of the problem. I started the car and found the misfires were back. This time the codes were P0300, P0301, P0303 and P0304. I cleared the codes and decided to start the car again and let it run for a while to see if the misfires would go away. At first I still had the misfires. Then they went away while idling in park but when I would put it in gear I would get an intermitent mis. I let it run some more and checked again to see if the mis was there while in gear. It seemed to have gone away. I turned off the vehicle and took a reading with the OBDII. It showed NO codes. This was last night. It was getting late so I figure I will go home tonight when I get off work, start it again and see if the misfires are back. ANY SUGESTIONS??? Thank You! Also I took a stethoscope to listen for vacuum leaks around the manifold I dont believe I heard any.

Response From GC

My $.02 - How many miles on this vehicle? Any modifications done or all stock?

Response From dewayne

Around 190K miles. No mods.

Response From nickwarner

It you punch it down to the floor while driving does it miss?

Response From dewayne Top Rated Answer


Response From dewayne


I took the car for a drive. At about 40 mph I floored the throttle. There was a split second delay and then it took of like it should. (hauled a@@) Whenever I would come to a stop it seemed like it was going to die. I noticed a rattle in the engine when I gunned it. We had a compression test about a month ago. It was good. Im assuming the rattle is from a lifter. When I got home I hooked up the OBDII to read any codes. It read as follows: CODES:P0302 Pnd , cylinder 2 misfire detected, Intake (A) Camshaft position timing-over-retarded (Bank 1). MIL STATUS: Mil off I/M Monitors: misfire ready,fuel system ready, comprehend comp ready, catalyst not ready, evap system ready, oxygen sensor ready, htd o2 sensor ready FREEZE FRAME DATA: no freeze frames..... Now I rechecked the timing marks of the crankshaft and camshaft sprockets. They are correct. I also checked the valve clearances. They are within the required clearances.

Response From Discretesignals

Just because you are getting a VVT code doesn't mean the chain was installed incorrectly. You could have a VVT problem such as a phaser or hydraulic problem. Someone is going to have to test the VVT system.

Response From Discretesignals

Phaser is another name for the VVT actuator that is mounted to the front of the intake cam sprocket. The oil control valve supplies oil to the actuator to retard or advance the intake cam. The engine controller is watching the actual intake cam position via the cam sensor signal. It then compares the cam and crank sensors' signal relationship to determine the camshaft's actual position. If the cam's position doesn't match what the controller wants it to be at, it will set that p0012 code.

Your going to need high end scan tool to look at data stream information for the camshaft desired and actual angles. Then you need to actuate the oil control valve to see if the actuator responds correctly. VVT systems are not hard to troubleshoot for a pro, but without the special equipment it is almost near impossible to determine the culprit.

Too bad you can't find a shop that has someone with a lab scope to capture a waveform of the crank and cam sensor signals to see if they are in sync. Of course, that won't tell you if the exhaust cam is off, but it is better than ripping the timing cover off.

Response From dewayne

THANK YOU VERY MUCH for sharing your knowledge and your time. Since my last posting I have been learning about the VVT-I system. I did locate the phaser and the oil control valve. Also I removed the throttle body, cleaned it and removed the intake manifold in order to replace the gasket. Plus did a little body work. I am going to order new gaskets and reinstall the intake manifold and throttle body. I guess now would be a good time to actuate the oil control valve to check the response. And I still need to check the fuel pressure. So im going to see if I can obtain the high end scan tool, a fuel pressure gauge and see if I can hook up with a lab scope. And do more body work. Thanks again! I will be talking to you. HOPE YOU HAVE A GREAT DAY!

Response From dewayne

I haven't taken it for a drive. Its been in my garage for the past three weeks. Ive been trying to do a process of elimination. I also have the wheel off doing some body work around the right front fender and changed the rotors and brakes. I work 2pm to 11:30pm. When I get home tonight I will take it for a drive. Thank you!

Response From nickwarner

Does this scan tool you are using show you live data or codes only? Really would like to see what the fuel trims are at. Does your check engine light flash while driving? What is your fuel pressure at?

Response From dewayne

It gives a code and what the malfunction is. The check engine light hasn't came on the last couple times I started it. I don't know what the fuel pressure is at or the fuel trims. I started it again last night. It went up to 1900 rpm, after about 20 sec it dropped to 1500rpm and had an intermittent miss. After 2 min it went to 1400rpm, 3min 1300rpm, 4min 1200rpm, 5min 1100rpm, still with slight miss, 1000rpm at 6min, 900rpm at 7min, 750rpm at 7.5min with no miss, idling steady. At 11min I placed it in drive, there was a consistent miss. I placed it in neutral, it had a intermittent miss. I placed it in park turned it off and took a reading with the OBDII. There were no codes.

Response From dewayne

[its my sons car and a mechanic had told him he needed to change it do to a misfire. so I did. but the misfire is still there. its there when I start the car and have it parked.

Response From Hammer Time

That will be the first time in 40 years I have ever seen a timing chain cause a misfire.

Response From dewayne

OK. would you have any suggestions on what I should do considering the codes I provided above?

Response From dewayne

I don't know what you mean by dead miss.

Response From Discretesignals

Why did you change the timing chain? Is it a dead miss or miss under load?

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Question From frogger on cars

Hi I have a 1990 toyota celica. Everyone tells me I have some kind of electrical problem because we have tried everything else. All my interior lights work but my car wont start. I put in a new starter and some new fuses. So I believe it is an electrical problem somewhere. If you know anything about electrical work please let me know Im going crazy trying to fix this car and get it up and running.
Thank you so much,
Keith!




Response From zmame

Well like I said get a multi-meter set it to DCV 20V put the black probe on negative battery terminal. The red the starter wire @ the starter you should read voltage(what ever battery voltage is) there.

If there is do this next step.

There should be a smaller wire hooked to the starter pull it off and hook you red probe to it get someone to turn key in start position there should be voltage there.

If there is do next step.

check your terminals make sure they are tight and clean. check your ground cable from battery to ground locations for corrosion or disconnected.

make sure all your connections are tight and clean.

If all that passes let me know.

Response From frogger

i put all new fuse's in n someone told me about bad ground cable i dont know alot of shit about cars but do you know where could it be bad ground cable

Response From frogger

i put in new starts n new fuls the ligh come on n it dont start or ture over

Response From zmame

Where the fuse's blown for the starter?.. How big was the fuse that was blown? Do you have 12v + at starter (big cable) at the starter end., when key turned in start position do you have 12v at solenoid wire? is there a ground cable you forgot to re attach or damaged?.

Response From frogger Top Rated Answer

ok ty so much i will let you know by today

Response From Hammer Time

Frogger,

You need to please stop creating duplicate questions and duplicate posts. I have deleted all of them except this one so make all your responses here please.

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Question From d1mplz on toyota celica

My son has a 1992 Toyota Celica, 2.2.
It makes a grinding noise under acceleration whilst turning right and also has a knock under it, seems to be at speed also under acceleration

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Knocking under acceleration around turns is usually cause by a bad C/V axle.

can't figure out hardware on brakes-87 toyota celica

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Question From chrisinsd on can't figure out hardware on brakes-87 toyota celica

Started a brake job on a n 87 Toyota Celica, just replacing the pads. Easy enough....I took it apart & now I can't figure how the two paperclip-like springs fit back in there. Can anyone help out?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Take a good look which I can't but I think you just squeeze or compress the clips a bit and slide them out which may take a small screwdriver.

If they are damaged in any way replace them!! T