Adam: Have you any inclination if this occurs in later generation Toyota's? My 2nd Gen Tacoma has what is deemed the "Tacoma Tick". A mysterious ticking sound that Toyota deems normal. Giving that it also uses a timing chain, I'm wondering if the guides are also plastic. I have the 1GR-FE motor for reference.
Antonio Acosta: I thought mine would be like this but it's a lot louder. Was wondering if you can help
Allison Muench: freakin great video. thank you!
teachingbeats: this is a wonderful video
Chaviator: Hey there! Interesting video. My case is that I have a dual row timing chain, not a conversion kit, but original for the engine I got 22R. My truck is a Toyota 4Runner, 88. The engine I bought from someone I realized that it's not an 87 as his truck is. It's got to be an 82-84 engine because of the dual chain. Well, its chain was replaced less than 10k, according the info I got. Now, I recently noticed a rattling sound just at any first start, one second and then goes away. I pulled the valve cover off and checked guides and chain. All intact, but driver side, chain is loose, feels like looser than normal. Not sure if it gets with less slack when engine turns, I would have to try turning the engine clockwise and check on that. Any ideas what it could be and what to do? I use 10w40 oil in summer and 15w40 in winter always with Lucas additive... Thanks!
Thanks for the video. My little brother just purchased a 93 Pickup with the 22RE and the seller told us up front that the obnoxiously loud slapping noise was just the engine needing a valvetrain adjustment. Said he was going for SAE certification and was in school to be a mechanic. It sucks that he'll be the type of person working on others' cars. We'll be pulling the valve cover off to take a look at the guides. Thanks again.
Josh Panchision: Tell ya what man, thats a great video! I have an 87 yota that im pulling the valve cover on to check on the guides, and have a suspicion that itll need done. Researching now, but if you have any specific advice or pearls that might help, would sure appreciate it! Great description and wording on the video, hope you put up a timing chain video soon! lol Joshpanchision @ g m a i 1
Jose Santiago: Hey Pete just to Let u know that I got that mass air flow sensor replaced. The Mechanic said it had to be replaced. And after I ran it for a while on the highway it still feels the same. The pick up is still slow at times. The way I feel it when I hit the gas it feels like the motor is trying to suck in air. And after a good while hitting the gas pedal down then it picks up some air with some pick up. I got that mass air flow sensor at Toyota. I'am going to keep running it this weekend to see if it gets better. But if I see that it still feels the same after this weekend then I will take it back to the shop and see what could it be. Let me know what u think. Ok
Jose Santiago: Hey Pete I just want to Let you know that I took my 2000 corolla to the shop. And had a dainostic done on it for that problem that I told u about a while ago with that Lack of pick up. And they told me that it could be the mass air flow sensor or the oxygen senor. But he told me that in his opinion I should buy the mass air flow sensor. And I was thinking that same thing from the beginning. So what do u think about that. I would Like to get ur opinion on that
Jake Tow: Thank you for the video, very informative.
Francis Xavier: Very informative. Thank you.
Napalmstrike4466: Thank you WheeliePete for the video! It really helped me!
Nick Forrest: I have a 1991 Toyota pickup 4w drive lift drive i change it from fuingter tocabrata I use back the same head and I put on a brandnew tocabata and wat ever I start it is not raving out can u tell me the problem
Victor Lopez: I have a 88 Toyota pick up with a knocking sound and was wanting to find out if could be coming from the one of the piston sleeve. I've been told it has a similar sound to a valve or bad timing chain guide. I replace both chain@ guide being I was at that point [ old ones were in fair condition] replaces with new bolts @ torque as the manual recommends. Valves have also been checked. Any feed back would be help full, Thanks!
Jose Corolla: Hey pete i just want to know when changing a chain on a 2000 corolla do u need to replace more parts with it or do u just replace the chain ??
Tom Boulton: Wheelie Pete this is a great video. I have this problem also (22r) and its just the top mounting hole of the passenger side guide. I am very tempted to simply take the valve cover off and epoxy the guide back to the mounting hole.
Don't know the history of my truck but the timing chain does look in good condition and at sufficient tension, it just seems mad to replace all of it when it's just a guide that's gone. Would be really interested in your opinion. Thanks
Now Mann: Great video man I hate to ask but do you know if the first gen Tacoma 2.7L 3RZ Engine is similar with the chain? I'm trying to buy one when I get back from Afghanistan and I feel it's almost a good rule of thumb like you said if the owner can't produce a receipt of the time chain and guides been replaced at 100k and won't let you view it the price should go down a good amount. Any insight on the first gen Tacoma 2.7 would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Jose Corolla: oh ok. yeah i was just thinking that. i think i should have a smoke test done on it to see what the problem is. and thank's
Jose Corolla: Hey pete i forgot to tell u before about the time i got my 02 sensor put on my 2000 corolla. that's when the problem started with the weak slow pick up. when i frs.got my corolla at a used dealer the pick up was realy realy nice. i just tap the gas and it would realy realy go. i took my corolla back to the Lot where i had the 02 sensor put on and told him what happed affter he put on that sensor and he said that he did not touch any thing else but just that 02 sensor. but Like i said my corolla never ran the same affter that day. i just know that it could be something simpel that's making that slow pick up
Jose Corolla: oh ok. i allso had a 97 corolla i realy realy Loved that corolla. but even that one consumed oil. i had it for some years but some one ran into me and wrecked it in front. so now i got this 2000 corolla. it's not the same as the 97 and the body on the 2000 is not as strong as the 97 but i Love the pick up on this one. cuz the 97 i had was a 1.6 and this one is a 1.8 and it's way more quite
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