Installation Of Engine

1. INSTALL TRANSMISSION TO ENGINE

(a) Install the transmission housing mount bolts and exhaust pipe bracket.

(bj Install the starter with the mount nuts.

2. INSTALL ENGINE WITH TRANSMISSION IN VEHICLE

(a) Attach the engine hoist chain to the lifting brackets on the engine.

(b) Lower the engine into the engine compartment.

(c) Align the engine with the transmission and engine mounting supports.

<d) Install the engine mounting bolts on each side of the engine.

(e) Remove the hoist chain.

3. RAISE VEHICLE

CAUTION: Be sure the vehicle is securely supported.

4. INSTALL ENGINE REAR SUPPORT MEMBER WITH GROUND STRAP TO BODY

5. INSTALL INTERMEDIATE SHAFT TO PROPELLER SHAFT

6. INSTALL POWER STEERING GEAR HOUSING

(a) Install the gear housing with two brackets. Torque: 770 kg-cm (56 ft-lb, 76 N-m)

(b) Connect the tie rod ends and install a new cotter pin. Torque: 600 kg-cm (43 ft-lb, 59 N-m)

(c) Install the sliding yoke and two lock bolts.

Dtc P770 Shift

7. CONNECT BATTERY GROUND STRAP TO ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET

8. INSTALL STIFFENER PLATE WITH GROUND STRAP

9. CONNECT FUEL HOSE AND TUBE

(a) Main tube to fuel filter.

(b) Return hose to fuel hose support.

10. INSTALL COOLANT RESERVOIR TANK

11. INSTALL RADIATOR

(a) Install the radiator and the two mounting bolts.

(b) Connect the coolant receiver tube.

(d) Install the radiator lower hose.

12. INSTALL FAN SHROUD AND FLUID COUPLING

13. INSTALL AIR CLEANER CASE, AIR FLOW METER AND AIR INTAKE CONNECTOR PIPE

14. CONNECT EFI WIRE HARNESS TO ECU

15. CONNECT TWO HEATER HOSES TO BLOCK AND CYLINDER HEAD

16. CONNECT FOLLOWING HOSES:

(a) Brake booster vacuum hose to the intake manifold

(b) Actuator vacuum hose to the intake manifold (with cruise control system)

(c) EGR valve vacuum hose

17. CONNECT FOLLOWING WIRES AND CABLES:

(a) Ground to the cylinder head

(b) Oxygen sensor wire

(c) Oil pressure sending unit wire

(d) ECT connectors

(e) High-tension cord from the ignition coil

(f) Distributor connector

(g) Water temp, sending unit wire

(i) Solenoid resistor wire connector (j) Knock sensor wire connector

18. INSTALL ACCELERATOR AND ACTUATOR CABLE BRACKET

19. INSTALL THROTTLE CABLE BRACKET (for A/T)

20. FILL WITH COOLANT

Close the radiator and engine drain cocks and fill with coolant.

Total capacity: w/Heater

M/T 8.0 liters (8.5 US qts, 7.0 Imp. qts) A/T 7.9 liters (8.3 US qts. 7.0 Imp. qts)

21. FILL WITH ENGINE OIL

Close the engine drain plug and fill with engine oil of API grade SF, fuel-efficient, multi-grade oil.

Capacity: Dry fHI

5.7 liters {6.0 US qts. 5.0 Imp. qts) Drain and refill (w/ Oil filter change)

5.1 liters (5.4 US qts, 4.5 Imp. qts) Drain and refill (w/o Oil filter change) 4.6 liters (4.9 US qts. 4.0 Imp. qts)

22. CONNECT WIRE TO BACK-UP LIGHT SWITCH (M/T only)

23. CONNECT SPEEDOMETER CABLE

24. INSTALL CLUTCH RELEASE CYLINDER (M/T only)

25. CONNECT SHIFT LINKAGE TO SHIFT LEVER (A/T only)

Exhaust Pipe Clamps Toyota Sequoia

26. CONNECT EXHAUST PIPE TO EXHAUST MANIFOLD

27. INSTALL EXHAUST PIPE CLAMP TO TRANSMISSION HOUSING

28. LOWER VEHICLE

29. INSTALL POWER STEERING PUMP ONTO BRACKET

(a) Install the PS pump and stay.

(b) Install the PS pump pulley with the drive belt.

(c) Pry on the alternator to obtain the specified belt tension. (See page MA-4)

30. INSTALL COMPRESSOR WITH BRACKET ONTO BLOCK

(a) Install the compressor with the bracket onto the block.

(b) Turn the adjusting belt on the idler pulley until the specified belt tension is obtained. (See page MA-4)

31. INSTALL ENGINE UNDERCOVER

32. INSTALL WASHER TANK

33. INSTALL BATTERY

34. INSTALL HOOD

35. START ENGINE

Warm up the engine and inspect for leaks.

36. PERFORM ENGINE ADJUSTMENT

(a) Recheck the ignition timing. (See page IG-10)

(b) Retighten the cylinder head bolts. (See step 18 on page EM 60)

37. ROAD TEST

Perform a road test.

38. RECHECK COOLANT AND ENGINE OIL LEVEL

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