Cooling fan only runs on low speed

Tiny
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  • 1999 LEXUS RX 300
  • 6 CYL
  • 2WD
  • MANUAL
  • 191,000 MILES
When the engine at optimum temperature aren't they supposed to run on high on these motors? When the A/C is on both run but also at low speed, hence the car will overheat when starting to drive. Has new radiator cap, thermostat changed as well. Bled the coolant system, not sure if the fan is supposed to run at higher speed than it should here.
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Thursday, August 8th, 2019 AT 11:58 AM

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Tiny
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Welcome to 2CarPros.

There are three cooling fan relays. One could be bad. As far running on a low speed, it should change as needed. Now, when the engine is at normal operating temp, neither fan should be on unless the AC or defroster is on. Once one of those things are selected, it will turn the fans on.

Here are the directions for testing the relays. It will require the use of a multi meter. Here are a few links you may find helpful:

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-use-a-voltmeter

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-check-wiring

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-check-an-electrical-relay-and-wiring-control-circuit

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Here are the directions specific to your vehicle for testing. The attached pictures correlate with the directions.

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1999 Lexus Truck RX 300 FWD V6-3.0L (1MZ-FE)
Component Tests and General Diagnostics
Vehicle Engine, Cooling and Exhaust Cooling System Radiator Cooling Fan Radiator Cooling Fan Motor Relay Testing and Inspection Component Tests and General Diagnostics
COMPONENT TESTS AND GENERAL DIAGNOSTICS
INSPECTION

1. INSPECT NO.1 COOLING FAN RELAY

pic 1

a. Remove the No. 1 cooling fan relay. (Marking: FAN NO. 1)
b. Inspect the No.1 cooling fan relay continuity.

pic 2

1. Using an ohmmeter, check that there is continuity between terminals 3 and 5.
If there is no continuity, replace the relay.
2. Check that there is no continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
If there is continuity, replace the relay.
c. Inspect the No.1 cooling fan relay operation.

pic 3

1. Apply battery voltage across terminals 3 and 5.
2. Using an ohmmeter, check that there is continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
If there is no continuity, replace the relay.
d. Install the No.1 cooling fan relay.
2. INSPECT NO.2 COOLING FAN RELAY

pic 4

a. Remove the No.2 cooling fan relay. (Marking: FAN NO.2)

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b. Inspect the No.2 cooling fan relay continuity.
1. Using an ohmmeter, check that there is continuity between terminals 3 and 5.
If there is no continuity, replace the relay.
2. Check that there is continuity between terminals 2 and 4.
If there is no continuity, replace the relay.
3. Check that there is no continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
If there is continuity, replace the relay.

pic 6

c. Inspect the No.2 cooling fan relay operation.
1. Apply battery voltage across terminals 3 and 5.
2. Using an ohmmeter, check that there is no continuity between terminals 2 and 4.
If there is continuity, replace the relay.
3. Check that there is continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
If there is no continuity, replace the relay.
d. Install the No.2 cooling fan relay.
3. INSPECT NO.3 COOLING FAN RELAY

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a. Remove the No.3 cooling fan relay. (Marking: FAN NO.3)
b. Inspect the No.3 cooling fan relay continuity.

pic 8

1. Using an ohmmeter, check that there is continuity between terminals 3 and 5.
If there is no continuity, replace the relay.
2. Check that there is no continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
If there is continuity, replace the relay.
c. Inspect the No.3 cooling fan relay operation.
1. Apply battery voltage across terminals 3 and 5.

pic 9

2. Using an ohmmeter, check that there is continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
If there is no continuity, replace the relay.
d. Install the No.3 cooling fan relay.

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Let me know if this helps or if you have other questions.

Take care,
Joe
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Friday, August 9th, 2019 AT 8:49 PM
Tiny
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Thanks for your response, that is some great information, and I will be digging in trying it all soon, but my question is, before I start digging, since there are two fans, if the car starts to overheat, shouldn't the fans on this particular car increase in seed? Or are they designed to run one speed only, which I doubt, I almost leaned towards a bad water pump, thinking the pump isn't circulating the water enough, I removed the thermostat in trying to eliminate it from the equation but that did nothing, so I am trying to figure out whether this is a water pump issue or a fan issue.
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Saturday, August 10th, 2019 AT 8:19 AM
Tiny
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Welcome back:

If I recall, they have a high and low speed. Tell me this. If you are driving on the highway, does it overheat?

As far as the T-stat, often times the lack of restriction in the system will not allow the coolant to cool in the radiator long enough. As a result, it can cause it to overheat.

Now, here is what I suggest. With the engine cold, remove the radiator cap and start the engine. Allow it to warm up. Once it gets to operating temp, you should see the coolant circulating. Also, pay attention if both the upper and lower radiator hoses are getting hot.

One last thought. I realize this time of year the heater isn't used. Turn it on high and see if that helps eliminate the overheating. Also do it just to see if it works. Something could be plugged, and it will help us have a better idea if coolant is circulating.

Let me know what you find.

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Saturday, August 10th, 2019 AT 6:06 PM
Tiny
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It was fine before, but after it started to overheat I just stopped driving until I find out what is going on. Usually if I leave it idling it will take a while before she slowly start to overheat, but I start driving she slowly starts to climb. As far as the radiator cap I tried that before, and I didn't see the water moving or circulating neither when cold or when the car is warm, that is why I am thinking about the water pump, but it's a pita to get to these pumps and belt needs to be removed.I will try it again tomorrow to make sure. I have already tried the heater yesterday but there is no heat at all even when the car is warm or even overheating, and no it doesn't help cool it at all.
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Saturday, August 10th, 2019 AT 6:45 PM
Tiny
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Welcome back:

If you decide to replace the pump, let me know. I have a the directions for doing it. I have no idea why manufacturers use the timing belt to drive the water pump. Ugh! Also, double check to make sure there is no air in the cooling system.

Let me know.

Joe
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Saturday, August 10th, 2019 AT 9:35 PM
Tiny
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As far as air these stupid cars don't have a bleeding screw, but I did my best to bleed it. I doubt there is any. Raised the reservoir a bit, and kept it running with heater on, no heat whatsoever. I will start it now and run it with cap off to see if water circulates at all.
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Monday, August 12th, 2019 AT 9:27 AM
Tiny
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Warer does not move, and after I put the cap on and wait until about 3/4 of the way up both fans start and they barely can keep up with the heat. Just go ahead and send me water pump replacement instructions, ughh, I appreciate it, I hear a noise near the timing belt area and am almost sure it is a failing pump.
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Monday, August 12th, 2019 AT 9:46 AM
Tiny
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Is it also possible that one of the temperature coolant sensors is bad? And not allowing the fans to run high? If so where it located.I heard that if you unplug it the fans would run on high since it wouldn't know how hot the car is.
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Monday, August 12th, 2019 AT 9:48 AM
Tiny
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Welcome back:

Here are the directions for checking both. The attached pics correlate with the directions.

1999 Lexus Truck RX 300 FWD V6-3.0L (1MZ-FE)
Component Tests and General Diagnostics
Vehicle Sensors and Switches Sensors and Switches - Cooling System Engine - Coolant Temperature Sensor/Switch Radiator Cooling Fan Temperature Sensor / Switch Testing and Inspection Component Tests and General Diagnostics
COMPONENT TESTS AND GENERAL DIAGNOSTICS
INSPECTION
1. DRAIN ENGINE COOLANT
2. INSPECT NO.1 ECT SWITCH

pic 1

a. Remove the No.1 ECT switch.
B. Inspect the No. 1 ECT switch.

Pic 2

1. Using an ohmmeter, check that there is no continuity between the terminals when the coolant temperature is above 98 C (208 F).
If there is continuity, replace the switch.
2. Check that there is continuity, between the terminals when the coolant temperature is below 88 C (190 F).
If there is no continuity, replace the switch.
C. Reinstall the No.1 ECT switch.
3. INSPECT NO.2 ECT SWITCH

pic 3

a. Remove the No.2 ECT switch.
B. Inspect the No.2 ECT switch.

Pic 4

1. Using an ohmmeter, check that there is no continuity between terminals when the coolant temperature is above 94 C (201 F).
If there is continuity, replace the switch.
2. Check that there is continuity between the terminals when the coolant temperature is below 83 C (181 F).
If there is no continuity, replace the switch.
C. Reinstall the No.2 ECT switch.
4. REFILL ENGINE COOLANT
5. START ENGINE AND CHECK FOR COOLANT LEAKS

Let me know if this helps.

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Monday, August 12th, 2019 AT 6:18 PM
Tiny
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The picture doesn't really tell me where they are, but is the first one the one on top of the engine towards back left? And the second is the one in thermostat housing?
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Tuesday, August 13th, 2019 AT 2:51 PM
Tiny
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Welcome back:

If I recall on a 1999 that is correct. At one point, there was one on the bottom of the radiator. Yours should have one on the top of the engine near the rear and yes the number 2 ect is on the thermostat housing.
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Tuesday, August 13th, 2019 AT 10:24 PM
Tiny
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The switches are okay. Can you send me the instructions on the water pump replacement?
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Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 AT 4:35 PM
Tiny
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I removed everything and the back of the water pump, which has plastic fins was broken. So am glad this is what the problem is. My only concern if big pieces have traveled in the system and may get stuck somewhere and block it.
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Thursday, August 15th, 2019 AT 2:56 PM
Tiny
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Welcome back:

That will do it. What to do is flush the cooling system. Take out the thermostat and radiator hoses. Flush it with pressure from a hose. If there is anything in there, it should come out.

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/coolant-flush-and-refill-all-cars

Here are the directions for pump replacement. I have to break it down by components. The timing belt needs removed, so this is a great time to replace the belt and tensioner. All pics will correlate with the directions. Removal and install of the timing belt is second. If you need anything as far as component removal, let me know.

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1999 Lexus Truck RX 300 FWD V6-3.0L (1MZ-FE)
Procedures
Vehicle Engine, Cooling and Exhaust Engine Water Pump Service and Repair Procedures
PROCEDURES

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REMOVAL
1. DRAIN ENGINE COOLANT
2. REMOVE OUTER COWL TOP PANEL
3. REMOVE FRONT UPPER SUSPENSION BRACE
4. REMOVE TIMING BELT
5. REMOVE CAMSHAFT TIMING PULLEYS
6. REMOVE NO.2 IDLER PULLEY
7. REMOVE NO.3 TIMING BELT COVER
8. REMOVE WATER PUMP

pic 5

Remove the 4 bolts, 2 nuts, water pump and gasket.

INSPECTION
1. INSPECT WATER PUMP
a. Visually check the drain hole for coolant leakage.
If leakage is found, replace the water pump.

pic 6

b. Turn the pulley, and check that the water pump bearing moves smoothly and quietly.
If necessary, replace the water pump.
2. INSPECT TIMING BELT COMPONENTS

INSTALLATION
1. INSTALL WATER PUMP

pic 7

Install a new gasket and the water pump with the 4 bolts and 2 nuts.
Torque: 6 Nm (60 kgf-cm, 53 inch lbs.)

NOTICE: Do not get oil on the gasket.

2. INSTALL NO.3 TIMING BELT COVER
3. INSTALL NO.2 IDLER PULLEY
4. INSTALL CAMSHAFT TIMING PULLEYS
5. INSTALL TIMING BELT
6. INSTALL FRONT UPPER SUSPENSION BRACE
7. INSTALL OUTER COWL TOP PANEL
8. FILL WITH ENGINE COOLANT
9. START ENGINE AND CHECK FOR LEAKS
10. RECHECK ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL

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1999 Lexus Truck RX 300 FWD V6-3.0L (1MZ-FE)
Removal and Replacement
Vehicle Engine, Cooling and Exhaust Engine Timing Components Timing Belt Service and
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT

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pic 10

REMOVAL
1. REMOVE OUTER COWL TOP PANEL
2. REMOVE FRONT UPPER SUSPENSION BRACE
3. REMOVE RH FRONT WHEEL
4. REMOVE RH FENDER APRON SEAL
5. REMOVE GENERATOR DRIVE BELT
6. REMOVE PS PUMP DRIVE BELT

pic 11

Loosen the 2 bolts, and remove the drive belt.
7. REMOVE CRUISE CONTROL ACTUATOR
8. DISCONNECT GROUND STRAP CONNECTORS
9. REMOVE ENGINE MOVING CONTROL ROD AND NO.2 RH ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET
10. REMOVE NO.2 GENERATOR BRACKET

pic 12

a. Loosen the generator pivot bolt.
b. Remove the nut and bracket.
11. REMOVE CRANKSHAFT PULLEY

pic 13

a. Using Special Service Tool (SST), remove the pulley bolt.
SST 09213-54015 (91651-60855), 09330-00021

pic 14

b. Using SST, remove the pulley.
SST 09950-50010 (09951-05010, 09952-05010, 09953-05010, 09953-05020, 09954-05020)
12. REMOVE NO.1 TIMING BELT COVER

pic 15

Remove the 4 bolts and timing belt cover.
13. REMOVE TIMING BELT GUIDE
14. REMOVE NO.2 TIMING BELT COVER

pic 16

a. Disconnect the engine wire protector clamps from the No.3 timing belt cover.
b. Remove the 5 bolts and timing belt cover.
15. REMOVE RH ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET

pic 17

Remove the 2 bolts, nut and mounting bracket.
16. SET NO.1 CYLINDER TO TDC/COMPRESSION
a. Temporarily install the crankshaft pulley bolt to the crankshaft.

pic 18

b. Turn the crankshaft, and align the timing marks of the crankshaft timing pulley and oil pump body.

NOTICE: Always turn the crankshaft clockwise.

pic 19

c. Check that timing marks of the camshaft timing pulleys and No.3 timing belt cover are aligned.
If not, turn the crankshaft 1 revolution (360 ).
d. Remove the crankshaft pulley bolt.
17. IF REUSING TIMING BELT, CHECK INSTALLATION MARKS ON TIMING BELT

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Check that there are 3 installation marks and front mark on the timing belt. If the installation and front marks have disappeared, before removing the timing belt, place 3 new installation marks on the timing belt to match the timing marks of the timing pulleys, and place a new front mark on the timing belt.
18. REMOVE TIMING BELT TENSIONER

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Alternately loosen the 2 bolts, and remove them, the tensioner and dust boot.
19. REMOVE TIMING BELT
20. REMOVE CAMSHAFT TIMING PULLEYS

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a. Using SST, remove the bolt and RH timing pulley.
SST 09249-63010, 09960-10010 (09962-01000, 09963-01000)

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b. Using SST, remove the LH timing pulley.
SST 09960-10010 (09962-01000, 09963-01000)

HINT: Arrange the camshaft timing pulleys (RH and LH sides).

21. REMOVE NO.2 IDLER PULLEY

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Remove the bolt and idler pulley.
22. REMOVE NO.1 IDLER PULLEY

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Using a 10 mm hexagon wrench, remove the bolt, idler pulley and plate washer.
23. REMOVE CRANKSHAFT TIMING PULLEY
a. Remove the bolt and timing belt plate.

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b. Using SST, remove the crankshaft timing pulley.
SST 09950-50010 (09951-05010, 09952-05010, 09953-05010, 09953-05020, 09954-05010)

NOTICE: Do not scratch the sensor part of the crankshaft timing pulley.

INSPECTION
1. INSPECT TIMING BELT

pic 27

NOTICE:
- Do not bend, twist or turn the timing belt inside out.
- Do not allow the timing belt to come into contact with oil, water or steam.
- Do not utilize timing belt tension when installing or removing the mount bolt of the camshaft timing pulley.

If there are any defects, as shown in the illustrations, check these points:
a. Premature parting
- Check for proper installation.
- Check the timing cover gasket for damage and proper installation.
b. If the belt teeth are cracked or damaged, check to see if either camshaft is locked.
c. If there is noticeable wear or cracks on the belt face, check to see if there are nicks on the side of the idler pulley lock and water pump.
d. If there is wear or damage on only one side of the belt, check the belt guide and the alignment of each pulley.
e. If there is noticeable wear on the belt teeth, check timing cover for damage and check gasket has been installed correctly and check for foreign material on the pulley teeth.
If necessary, replace the timing belt.
2. INSPECT IDLER PULLEYS

pic 28

a. Visually check the seal portion of the idler pulley for oil leakage.
If leakage is found, replace the idler pulley.

pic 29

b. Check that the idler pulley turns smoothly.
If necessary, replace the idler pulley.
3. INSPECT TIMING BELT TENSIONER

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a. Visually check the seal portion of the tensioner for oil leakage.

HINT: If there is only the faintest trace of oil on the seal on the push rod side, the tensioner is all right.
If leakage is found, replace the tensioner.

pic 31

b. Hold the tensioner with both hands and push the push rod strongly as shown to check that it doesn't move.
If the push rod moves, replace the tensioner.

NOTICE: Never hold the tensioner push rod facing downward.

pic 32

c. Measure the protrusion of the push rod from the housing end.
Protrusion: 10.0 - 10.8 mm (0.394 - 0.425 inch)
If the protrusion is not as specified, replace the tensioner.

INSTALLATION
1. INSTALL CRANKSHAFT TIMING PULLEY
a. Align the pulley set key with the key groove of the timing pulley, and slide on the timing pulley.

pic 33

b. Install the timing pulley, facing the sensor side inward.

NOTICE: Do not scratch the sensor part of the crankshaft timing pulley.

c. Install the timing belt plate with the bolt.
Torque: 8 Nm (80 kgf-cm, 69 inch lbs.)
2. INSTALL NO.1 IDLER PULLEY
Adhesive: Part No. 08833-00080, THREE BOND 1344, LOCTITE 242 or equivalent

pic 34

a. Using a 10 mm hexagon wrench, install the plate washer and idler pulley with the pivot bolt.
Torque: 34 Nm (350 kgf-cm, 25 ft. lbs.)
b. Check that the pulley bracket moves smoothly.
3. INSTALL NO.2 IDLER PULLEY

pic 35

a. Install the idler pulley with the bolt.
Torque: 43 Nm (440 kgf-cm, 32 ft. lbs.)
b. Check that the idler pulley moves smoothly.
4. INSTALL RH CAMSHAFT TIMING PULLEY
a. Face the flange side of the timing pulley outward.
b. Align the knock pin on the camshaft with the knock pin groove of the timing pulley, and slide on the timing pulley.

pic 36

c. Using Special Service Tool (SST), install the pulley bolt.
SST 09249-63010, 09960-10010 (09962-01000, 09963-01000)
Torque: 88 Nm (900 kgf-cm, 65 ft. lbs.)

HINT: Use a torque wrench with a fulcrum length of 340 mm (13.39 inch).

5. INSTALL LH CAMSHAFT TIMING PULLEY
a. Face the flange side of the timing pulley inward.
b. Align the knock pin on the camshaft with the knock pin groove of the timing pulley, and slide on the timing pulley.

pic 37

c. Using SST, install the pulley bolt.
SST 09960-10010 (09962-01000, 09963-01000)
Torque: 125 Nm (1,300 kgf-cm, 94 ft. lbs.)
6. SET NO.1 CYLINDER TO TDC/COMPRESSION

pic 38

a. Crankshaft Timing Pulley Position:
Temporarily install the crankshaft pulley bolt to the crankshaft.
b. Crankshaft Timing Pulley Position:
Turn the crankshaft, and align the timing marks of the crankshaft timing pulley and oil pump body.

pic 39

c. Camshaft Timing Pulley Positions:
Using SST, turn the camshaft pulley, align the timing marks of the timing pulley and No.3 timing belt cover.
SST 09960-10010 (09962-01000, 09963-01000)
7. INSTALL TIMING BELT

NOTICE: The engine should be cold.

a. Remove any oil or water on the pulleys, and keep them clean.

NOTICE: Only wipe the pulleys; do not use any cleansing agent.

b. Face the front mark on the timing belt forward.
c. Align the installation mark on the timing belt with the timing mark of the crankshaft timing pulley.
d. Align the installation marks on the timing belt with the timing marks of the camshaft timing pulleys.

pic 40

e. Install the timing belt in this order:
1st: Crankshaft timing pulley
2nd: Water pump pulley
3rd: LH camshaft timing pulley
4th: No.2 idler pulley
5th: RH camshaft timing pulley
6th: No.1 idler pulley
8. SET TIMING BELT TENSIONER
a. Using a press, slowly press in the push rod using 981 - 9,807 N (100 - 1,000 kgf, 200 - 2,205 lbs.) of pressure.

pic 41

b. Align the holes of the push rod and housing, pass a 1.27 mm hexagon wrench through the holes to keep the setting position of the push rod.
c. Release the press.

pic 42

d. Install the dust boot to the tensioner.
9. INSTALL TIMING BELT TENSIONER
a. Temporarily install the tensioner with the 2 bolts.
b. Alternately tighten the 2 bolts.
Torque: 27 Nm (280 kgf-cm, 20 ft. lbs.)

pic 43

c. Remove the 1.27 mm hexagon wrench from the tensioner.
10. CHECK VALVE TIMING

pic 44

a. Slowly turn the crankshaft 2 revolutions, and align the timing marks of the crankshaft timing pulley and oil pump body.

NOTICE: Always turn the crankshaft clockwise.

pic 45

b. Check that the timing marks of the RH and LH timing pulleys with the timing marks of the No.3 timing belt cover as shown in the illustration.
If the marks do not align, remove the timing belt and reinstall it.
c. Remove the crankshaft pulley bolt.
11. INSTALL RH ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET
Torque: 28 Nm (290 kgf-cm, 21 ft. lbs.)
12. INSTALL NO.2 TIMING BELT COVER
a. Check that the timing belt cover gasket has no cracks or peeling, etc.
If the gasket has cracks or peeling, etc., replace it using these steps:
- Using a screwdriver and gasket scraper, remove all the old gasket material.
- Thoroughly clean all components to remove all the loose material.

pic 46

- Remove the backing paper from a new gasket and install the gasket evenly to the part of the timing belt cover shaded black in the illustration.
- After installing the gasket, press down on it so that the adhesive firmly sticks to the timing belt cover.
b. Install the timing belt cover with the 5 bolts.
Torque: 8.5 Nm (85 kgf-cm, 74 inch lbs.)
c. Install the engine wire protector clamps to the No.3 timing belt cover.
13. INSTALL TIMING BELT GUIDE

pic 47

Install the timing belt guide, facing the cup side outward.
14. INSTALL NO.1 TIMING BELT COVER
a. Check that the timing belt cover gaskets have cracks or peeling, etc.
If the gasket has cracks or peeling, etc., replace it using these steps:
- Using a screwdriver and gasket scraper, remove all the old gasket material.
- Thoroughly clean all components to remove all the loose material.

Pic 48

- Remove the backing paper from a new gasket and install the gasket evenly to the part of the timing belt cover shaded black in the illustration.

NOTICE: When joining 2 gaskets, do not leave a gap between them. Cut off any excess gasket.

- After installing the gasket, press down on it so that the adhesive firmly sticks to the timing belt cover.
b. Install the timing belt cover with the 4 bolts.
Torque: 8.5 Nm (85 kgf-cm, 74 inch lbs.)
15. INSTALL CRANKSHAFT PULLEY
a. Align the pulley set key with the key groove of the pulley, and slide on the pulley.

Pic 49

b. Using SST, install the pulley bolt.
SST 09213-54015 (91651-60855), 09330-00021
Torque: 215 Nm (2,200 kgf-cm, 159 ft. lbs.)
16. INSTALL NO.2 GENERATOR BRACKET

pic 50

Install the generator bracket with the pivot bolt and nut. Do not tighten the bolt yet.
Torque: (Nut): 28 Nm (290 kgf-cm, 21 ft. lbs.)
17. INSTALL NO.2 RH ENGINE MOUNTING BRACKET AND ENGINE MOVING CONTROL ROD
18. CONNECT GROUND STRAP CONNECTORS
19. INSTALL CRUISE CONTROL ACTUATOR
20. INSTALL PS PUMP DRIVE BELT
21. INSTALL GENERATOR DRIVE BELT
22. INSTALL RH FENDER APRON SEAL
23. INSTALL RH FRONT WHEEL
24. INSTALL FRONT UPPER SUSPENSION BRACE
25. INSTALL OUTER COWL TOP PANEL
26. VEHICLE ROAD TEST
Check for abnormal noise, shock, slippage, correct shift points and smoothly operation.

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I hope this helps. Please let me know if I can help.

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