Toyota Camry

1992-1997 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Kamri's Toyota
+ General data
- 1. Maintenance
   1.2. Frequency of service
   - 1.3. Maintenance
      + 1.3.1. Each 400 km or weekly
      + 1.3.2. Each 5 000 km or 3 months
      - 1.3.3. Each 10 000 km or 6 months
         1.3.3.1.1. Type A
         1.3.3.1.2. Type B
         1.3.3.2. Check of a free wheeling and height of installation of a pedal of coupling
         + 1.3.3.3. Check and service of the accumulator
         + 1.3.3.4. Check and replacement of a driving belt
         - 1.3.3.5. Check of tightness of hoses and effluence of liquids
            1.3.3.5.1. Fuel hoses
            1.3.3.5.2. Unknown leak of liquids
            1.3.3.5.3. Vacuum hoses
         1.3.3.6. Check of the cooling system
         1.3.3.7. Change of provision of installation of tires
      + 1.3.4. Each 25 000 km or 12 months
      + 1.3.5. Each 50 000 km or 24 months
      + 1.3.6. Each 100 000 km or 48 months
+ 2. Engine
+ 3. Six-cylinder V6 engines
+ 4. Capital repairs of engines
+ 5. Cooling and heating
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. System of ignition
+ 8. Toxicity decrease
+ 9. Transmission
+ 10. Automatic transmission
+ 11. Coupling and power shafts
+ 12. Brake system
+ 13. Suspension bracket
+ 14. Body
+ 15. Electric equipment





1.3.3.5.1. Fuel hoses

GENERAL INFORMATION

Precisely it is difficultly to define leak of fuel until leak becomes essential and it is therefore easily visible. Fuel tends to evaporate quickly as soon as it contacts with air, especially in a hot motor compartment. Small drops can disappear before you are able to define a leak place. If you suspect that there is a leak of fuel in the field of a motor compartment, then cool the engine and start it, it cold at an open cowl so far. Metalli chesky elements tend to contract in a cold state, and rubber hoses tend to be weakened so any leaks will be more obvious while the engine heats up from start from a cold state.

Carefully check all rubber hoses and metal fuel-supply lines departing from a fuel tank. Check the weakened connections, worn-out hoses, the twirled fuel-supply lines and other damages. Pay special attention to pipes of ventilation and hoses which often perekruch are howled round a hose of a jellied mouth and can be blocked, doing a tank difficult filled. Follow fuel feeding and returnable hoses to forward part of the car, carefully examining them completely on signs of damages or corrosion.