Preparation For Removal

1. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE TERMINAL OF BATTERY

2. DRAIN COOLANT

3. DISCONNECT EXHAUST PIPE FROM EXHAUST MANIFOLD

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Heed Cover (IN Side) Housing

Rocker Arm Valve Keep«

Valve Spring

Valve Stem Oil Seal Valve Spring Seat

Valve

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Lash

Cylinder Head

Head Cover (EX Side)

Camshaft (EX Side)

Camshaft (EX Side)

Camshaft (IN Side)

4. REMOVE THROTTLE CABLE BRACKET FROM CYLINDER HEAD COVER (for AH")

5. REMOVE ACCELERATOR AND ACTUATOR CABLE BRACKET FROM CYLINDER HEAD COVER

2000 Sienna Knock Sensor Terminal

6. DISCONNECT FOLLOWING WIRES AND CABLES:

(a) Ground strap from the cylinder head

(b) Oxygen sensor wire

(c) High-tension cord from the ignition coil

(d) Distributor connector

(f) Solenoid resistor wire connector

(g) Knock sensor wire connector

7. DISCONNECT FOLLOWING HOSES:

(a) Brake booster vacuum hose

(b) Actuator vacuum hose (with cruise control system)

(c) Fuel hose from the intake manifold

(d) EGR valve vacuum hose

Toyota Celica Vacume Hose

8. DISCONNECT RADIATOR UPPER HOSE FROM THERMOSTAT HOUSING

9. DISCONNECT TWO HEATER HOSES

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    Where is the thermostat on a 1985 supra?
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