Seriously, if you want your Toyota engine to last for as long as it was designed to, don’t forget to use Toyota genuine motor oil if you service your vehicle elsewhere than a Toyota dealership... Continue Reading→
The knock sensor on your Toyota VVTi engine is basically a microphone that senses if detonation occurs in one of the cylinders. The detonation happens when the fuel-air mixture ignites before it&rsq... Continue Reading→
Your VVTi engine, as with all of their kind, need to work at a certain temperature to be efficient, not too low, not too high, just around 90 degrees Celsius.
When the engine is cold, the thermos... Continue Reading→
The intake manifold on your Toyota VVTi engine is represented by those plastic tubes that reunite at some point in a large tube right behind the radiator. Their function is to allow filtered air to ... Continue Reading→
The most common 1.6-liter VVTi engine on your Toyota Corolla features a bundle of electrical wires attached to it that controls things like fuel injectors and ignition coils.
If for some reason y... Continue Reading→
The fuel injectors are among the easiest parts you can remove from a Toyota VVTi engine, due to its accessible localization and simple mounting style.
You will only need a 10, 12 mm socket ratche... Continue Reading→
The water pump on your Toyota VVTi unit recirculates the cooling fluid through the engine and radiator to keep the system at a certain temperature. However, impurities and and other deposits will ev... Continue Reading→