Toyota Corolla

1992-1998 of release

Repair and car operation



Toyota Corolla
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
- 3. Engines
   - 3.1. Petrol engines
      - 3.1.1. Repair work without engine dismantle from the car
         3.1.1.1. Specifications
         3.1.1.2. Installation of the piston of the 1st cylinder in MWT of a step of compression
         3.1.1.3. Cover of a head of the block of cylinders
         3.1.1.4. A soaking-up collector
         3.1.1.5. Final collector
         3.1.1.6. Gear belt
         3.1.1.7. Forward epiploon of the crankshaft
         3.1.1.8. Cam-shaft epiploon
         3.1.1.9. Cam-shafts and pushers (engines of 1,3 l)
         3.1.1.10. Cam-shafts and pushers (l engines 1,6 and 1,8)
         3.1.1.11. Head of the block of cylinders
         3.1.1.12. Oil pallet
         3.1.1.13. Oil pump
         3.1.1.14. Flywheel (or leading disk of the hydrotransformer)
         3.1.1.15. Back epiploon of the crankshaft
         3.1.1.16. Engine mount details
      + 3.1.2. Dismantle and major maintenance
   + 3.2. Diesel engine
   + 3.3. Engine electric equipment
+ 4. Systems of cooling, heating
+ 5. Fuel, exhaust systems
+ 6. System of decrease in toxicity
+ 7. Transmissions
+ 8. Coupling and semi-axes
+ 9. Brake system
+ 10. Suspension bracket and steering
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment


3.1.1.16. Engine mount details

GENERAL INFORMATION

Engine mount details

1. Left rack of a support
2. Arm of the left support
3. Elastic element of a support of the engine, left
4. Arm of the left support
5. Left rack of a support (M/t)
6. Left rack of a support (3Ç/t)
7. Elastic element of a support of the engine, left (M/t, 3Ç/t)
8. Elastic element of a support of the engine, the forward right
9. Arm of the right support
10. Elastic element of a support, right
11. Arm right back engine opror

Engine mount details, as a rule, do not demand leaving, however at detection of damage of support of the engine or their their aging it is necessary to replace immediately, otherwise the raised loadings from the power unit at a trip can cause destruction or the strengthened wear of other details.

Check

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. For check of a condition of support the engine is necessary for raising slightly to unload support.
2. Lift the car and establish on supports, then place under the oil pallet of the engine a support. Lay between the pallet and a support a big board and carefully raise the engine to unload support. It is forbidden to substitute a board under a drain stopper of the pallet.

Prevention

Performance of any works under the engine when it will be raised on a support is forbidden!


3. Check existence on details of a suspension bracket of cracks in rubber, rubber or otsloyeniye hardenings from metal details. Sometimes rubber can directly exfoliate on the support center in the lower part.
4 whether. Check plates of support concerning the engine or a cross-piece (for this purpose shake support mount or a big screw-driver) move. If moving is felt, lower the engine and tighten fastenings of support.
5. For delay of aging grease rubber details of support with preserving means.

Replacement

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Disconnect the battery from weight, then lift the car and establish on supports (if it is not established yet). Unload engine support.
2. For removal of the right support turn on, working from below, two nuts (a photo at the left) and one bolt (turns away from above, a photo on the right) then it is possible to remove the top section of a support.
3. Unscrew nuts of fastening of a support to the chassis and remove a support.
4. To remove back support of the engine, it is necessary to extend rubber caps from a longitudinal support for access to two nuts.
5. To remove forward support of the engine, unscrew two nuts of fastening of an elastic element to a longitudinal support of a frame, then three nuts of fastening of an elastic element to a frame.
6. Installation is carried out upside-down. Before assembly grease carvings of nuts and bolts with fixing structure and reliably tighten all carving connections.
7. Support replacement from transmission is described in subsection 7.1.5 and subsection 7.2.8.