On my channel you will see everything from classic cars to brand new, exotic to mainstream. Thanks, Chad I'm sorry you bought a car from someone who could actually think that you can go 10k between oil changes. As far as compatibility between parts and years, the best thing to do is go to a Toyota dealership they work on a much wider variety of cars and talk to the parts department. The ceramic material gets sucked back into the motor, causing increased oil and coolant consumption and, eventually, engine self-annihilation. Most of the engines on this list are old, and if one is shopping for a clunker some of them are not even bad options. Its not like every engine was a failure and the article fails to address the specifics of the actual problem.
Then you can test the transmission fluid. Toyota honestly didn't have to recall or any of them as the findings were the engines with problems were not getting oil changes as scheduled. The car is definitely worth the work. It's the easiest, there's no risk of getting shocked by the battery, and it requires no special tools. You don't need to swap, or rebuild an engine until the rings are allowing major blow-by.
I know the original owners personally and they ran royal purple since new. Peter Finn, Lexus Champion, stktrdr2 When the key fob on your Lexus stops working, don't worry. I just think you're wrong all a lot, but this time, you just don't have any idea what you're talking about. The upside to going this route is that you don't even have to get out of the driver's seat to do it. It is the cheapest crap in the family. Please simply inquire based on your locale.
I say ban him and be done. This motor also reportedly loves to ingest the screws from the butterfly valves in the intake runners, another hazard that can score the cylinder walls. Tell us your backround now or you probably will never be taken seriousy ever again, Get real or your future posts will be taken as air in my and many others eyes. It would be nice to have a difinitive answer before I swap. I am constantly updating material and there is a lot more to come.
In other words, familiarity bred contempt. Don't be alarmed; nine times out of ten this will happen for everyone, but as long as the battery cables were tightened properly or the fuses were inserted properly it'll start on the second try. I'm not going to let another one of these threads get beaten into the ground. They happen all the time and you're almost always at the root of it. Oh the steering wobble he was showing? Anyway, the donor motor has approx 38k miles on it.
Must be a traveling salesman or something. Currently, Saab recommends removal of the sump and doing a complete cleaning. It is based simply on removing the complete engine from the vehicle and substituting an already assembled substitute engine. It happens several times a week - a customer receives our Japanese Engine or Transmission - but each time the experience is unique. My calculations put that at 50,000 miles per year. .
But Toyota, as far as I know, did change the design of the oil-passageways in later 3. That may be the case with a Ford or something like that, but these components are built to last. The standard for the '97 F-150 was a whopping 150,000 miles. There are at least eight mass-produced engines today that have caused owners a lot of anguish, according to their grievance reports on the Internet. Clear out your Lexus' electronic memory with this simple how-to. It's about time that someone stood up and called Monarch's hand.
That's not to say, though, that the 3. Tho me the article isn't being just to the 3. I assume this is the reason that it sludged up. Bite it, and it could bite back. I know, I have a '99 F150 that's loaded to the gills. If you used option 3, this is less likely to happen but is still possible. He couldn't have said it any better.