Having problems with your 1993 Toyota 4Runner ?

I have a 1993 Toyota 4Runner that has been giving me problems ever since purchasing it a month ago. After a terrible oil leak we found that it had leaky head gaskets and paid $1800 to replace that along with the timing belt and water pump. Now, after getting it back from the shop a week ago, it is making a knocking noise from the engine when started & when accelerating (speeds up with acceleration) which starts pretty loud at first and seems to calm down slightly when the car is warmed up. We al

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 16-07-2018

Answers :

A 1993 Toyota 4Runner Water Pump is driven by the timing belt. Timing belt must be correctly positioned and then the timing confirmed once the job is complete. Based on your question, I would say the timing belt or timing is not correct.
Pls Check it With Good Engineer. I think it should be incorrect timing or Valve Clearance.
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