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@Ragingfit You know i am giving you 5 sets for free, just email me with your address ;)
Since our Shop has done so many of these transplants, I decided to piece together a harness that is plug and play to extend that dang water...
Definitely need to log in more often on this Forum! If you got any questions, just email the Shop at [email protected] [emoji106]
Yup! That’s what our Shop specializes in! Dm for a quote if Interested [emoji106]
Is your car a plug in? If so that model comes with a slight blue hue in the headlight assembly from Toyota
Comparisons between Gen 4 vs Gen 3 water pumps
My theory is that the Gen 4 water pump runs much cooler and...
If you have a moment, can you take a pic of the t line leading to the reservoir?
Also Put your car on maintenance mode and check the radiator...
Sounds like the same issue I had several times before. Check the fuel injector plugs - one of the wires might have been disconnected.
Working on a prototype to keep the original Gen 3 config for the radiator hose to the head [emoji106]
That’s a no for using the Gen 4 Headgasket [emoji53] some of the holes for the water jacket do not line up
30k on Gen 4
130k on Gen 3 (water pump went out but Owner continued to drive the car)
Used Gen 4 had a bad main seal that was leaking. Motor has 30k on it [emoji848]
So with the 4th Gen Headgasket they eliminated some of the Triangle coolant ports and replaced it with a small circular port
Here is another pic of the Gen 4 block
Those Toyota Engineers really did their homework
Yes indeed! Gen 3 had a leak in cylinders 1, 2 & 3
Had an opportunity to tear down a Gen 4 engine. Can you spot the difference?
Gen 4 on the right [emoji106]
Yes that is correct [emoji106]
Are you still running the original 12v battery? If so what year is your car?