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    Default Engine optimization Corolla 2.0D

    I am posting you 2 pictures. These were taken at higher resolution but have been scaled down by the website.

    Engine optimization Corolla 2.0D - amcolian1097 albums mycar picture6532 2


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    In the first one you see 2 plungers one is that of CSD (the one in depth) and I wanted to know the function of the second one. Both were marked by me as plunger1 &2 but due to resizing the font is too small to read.

    In the second picture there is an adjustment screw which is lying loose and I want you to please tell me its function and what to do with it?

    Fiinally of course please tell me the the correct way to release the CSD.

    BTW my mechanic is far from competent. That is why I want that I should be aware of what needs to be done and how is that to be done. I will just ask him to do what I would learn from you.

    Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by doctor View Post
    Nozzles set cost of Denso is Rs.4200
    I have used gamma diesel nozzles, bosio fratelli and denso, all with similar result. If you cannot locate a denso nozzle you can look into other brands.

    They were available in Karachi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doctor View Post
    Dear AmeerUsman.I got 14.5km/litre with about 300km city driving and 417km highway driving(N-5 from Islamabad to Peshawar via Attock city and then back from Peshawar to Islamabad via Attock city).I personally feel that car's pick is better,its noise while accelerating in 1st and 2nd gears reduced.And black smoke too has reduced.But will check its consumption on long route once again when I travel and will let you know.But the mechanic suggested by Amcolian1097 is a good person no doubt.And they know their work.

    For me its a sigh of relief that the suggested mechanic turned out to be acceptable and I think such people should be slowly educated and persuaded to procure the standard equipment and gauges and learn "by the book" procedures and techniques.

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    Increase my fuel economy and BACK TO THE COLD START DEVICE or OPTIMISER (CSD).

    Diesel is so damn expensive it is really choking me and my pocket. I want to reduce my diesel bill as much as possible.

    I have 2005 corolla 2.0D diesel. My econony is 14,75 km per litre properly checked by filling tank up to brim top, drive till nearly empty then filling up again to same level and checking against mileage. Driving is with a very light foot and mix of 85% long distance at 90 kmh and 15% town driving.

    I checked the CSD device and noticed that it was stuck in the open or hot position. Should I just leave it like this as I dont have any starting issues hot or cold. Im worried that if i free the csd device the car will eat more diesel when cold and reduce my over economy?

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    Finally, I visited yesterday the same mechanic as told by amcolian1097. Only one valve seal had problem. It took only one hour to complete the job. Today morning temp was approx 0 deg C and I started the car on single heater without any trouble. There was no vibration at cold start.

    @amcolian1097
    Once again thanx for guidance. The mechanics told by you looked much expert. They told me to change the oil and air filter on time, so that engine can run for more 100k km without trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmeerUsman View Post
    Finally, I visited yesterday the same mechanic as told by amcolian1097. Only one valve seal had problem. It took only one hour to complete the job. Today morning temp was approx 0 deg C and I started the car on single heater without any trouble. There was no vibration at cold start.

    @amcolian1097
    Once again thanx for guidance. The mechanics told by you looked much expert. They told me to change the oil and air filter on time, so that engine can run for more 100k km without trouble.
    You are Welcome.

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    Dear Xulfiqar and Imrad2d Bahi,

    I am planning to replace the the valve/tappet cover of my Toyota 2c engine with newest one valve cover which comes with 2ct engine.
    Is there any benefit or just waste of money. Right now fuel average is 14km/lit locally.
    I also want to install turbo with this 2c engine. Will it be feasible or it damage the engine. If feasible which turbo will bolt on fit.

    With Profound Regards,

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    Dear Experts,

    I need your help to select the nozzles of 2c Engine. There are many nozzles available but no body knows the data of that specific nozzles. I had attached some of the part#. Kindly suggest which one is best. I want only economy and i am a soft foot driver.
    DN4PD1 115-125 TOYOTA 1C

    DN0PD4 145-155 TOYOTA 1C-L

    DN0PD20 145-155 TOYOTA 1C/2C

    DN20PD32 145-155 TOYOTA 2C/1HZ/2C-L

    DN0PD31
    145-155 TOYOTA 1N

    DN0PD4 145-155 TOYOTA 1C-T

    DN0PD650 145-155 TOYOTA 2ct
    Before changing original nozzles the consumption was 14km/l and now after changing 10km/l. You know diesel is very costly these days. ( i want to install now DN0PD31 for economy, is it suitable)? Kindly help .

    Thanks Saddique

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    no one there to help?

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    I am not sure about the original Nozzle part number but I know it is 2C engine inside 2D. just use original nozzles but pump and nozzle pressure/flow calibration and pump installation should be done by a seasoned mechanic then you will get back to good fuel consumption.If pump timing is wrong you will feel power lag and you will need to change gear from 5 to 4 many times and it will take more fuel.

    Pls., consult toyota and ask for original nozzles for your correct engine type (2C).

    For turbo installation I have no idea but I came to know that diesel pump is different for 2Ds with turbo charger.
    we should be proud of safe driving.

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    Dear Imran Bahi,

    Thanks for the help/reply. Every Toyota dealer has now DN0PD650 which has bigger sac hole (for newer 2c engine which has bigger tappet cover too) is own word 2002 models but before 2002 models Toyota sell DN20PD32 which has smaller sac hole (smaller tappet cover).
    From which shop u get work done on nozzles and IP.

    Thanks

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    (Sending this post from my new ID because I forgot the password for my Old ID amcolian097)

    Back to my thread after a long time.
    Actually I sold my Toyota 2.0 D Saloon and bought a Honda Accord 2002. Enjoyed the ride for an year but it was very heavy on my pocket being fuel thirsty. Resultantly I have again switched over to 2.0 D saloon after selling the Accord.
    However every used car comes with issues. Same is the case with this one. As soon as I got hold of this car I went to the same mechanic from whom I got the tappet adjustment done an year and a half back. However, this time another surprise awaited me. When he opened the tappet cover and removed the shims it was found out that the channel which brings oil to tappet cover was dry, means no oil was lifted from oil pump to the tappet region. Secondly the tappets were tight but there were pieces of x-ray films cut in the shape of shims and placed underneath the shims. As soon as these were removed the valve clearance was normal.
    To fix the former problem, head had to be removed and a very small amount of silicone was found sticking in the channel which was probably a spread of silicone applied during some work done by the previous owner. However, the performance was improved but two problems still persist

    1. the cold start device is fixed in the hot position so the rpm does not advance on cold start

    2. there was a small leakage of oil from some place near the chamber (very small- approx 2-3 drops in a day). When checked it was found to be because of leak from oil pump seal.

    Now the mechanic says

    1. Don't worry for the Cold start device, let it be like this.

    2. Changing the oil pump seal would require removing half of the engine from below so leave it as such.

    Experts Please advise

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    odd problems you have there.

    the oil pump is a pain on a toyota 2C, and it does require removing the sump etc. If you do remove the sump only seal with proper toyota FIPG or threebond 1208 etc. Do not use general purpose RTV in rainbow colours.

    if the oil was not travelling upto the head - immediately stop driving the car, you will completely destroy the engine.

    For cold start device - clean it out and retest it or replace the whole item.
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    Thanks for the reply.

    The issue of oil not travelling upto the head has been resolved. But I feel the engine is a bit more noisy than usual especially at high speeds.

    What do you say about the oil pump seal. should it be replaced immediately or I can wait and see. It is reaching the timing belt, though the leakage is very small but the oil reaching the timing belt is making me uneasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    odd problems you have there.

    the oil pump is a pain on a toyota 2C, and it does require removing the sump etc. If you do remove the sump only seal with proper toyota FIPG or threebond 1208 etc. Do not use general purpose RTV in rainbow colours.

    if the oil was not travelling upto the head - immediately stop driving the car, you will completely destroy the engine.

    For cold start device - clean it out and retest it or replace the whole item.

    Thanks for the reply.

    The issue of oil not travelling upto the head has been resolved. But I feel the engine is a bit more noisy than usual especially at high speeds.

    What do you say about the oil pump seal. should it be replaced immediately or I can wait and see. it is reaching the timing belt, though the leakage is very small but reaching the timing belt is making me uneasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnkhan198 View Post
    Thanks for the reply.

    The issue of oil not travelling upto the head has been resolved. But I feel the engine is a bit more noisy than usual especially at high speeds.

    What do you say about the oil pump seal. should it be replaced immediately or I can wait and see. it is reaching the timing belt, though the leakage is very small but reaching the timing belt is making me uneasy.

    repair that fault.
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    Thanks for the prompt advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    repair that fault.

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    If anyone needs to fix or suspects that it needs to be fixed with their 2C vacuum pump, here are a couple of photos of a disassembled unit.

    Top without cover and without piston:
    Engine optimization Corolla 2.0D - IMG 20150917 115709 zpsbqzgahic

    Bottom without shaft and roller:, note piston shaft bushing.
    Engine optimization Corolla 2.0D - IMG 20150917 113616 zpsficjfljt

    The internal parts:
    Engine optimization Corolla 2.0D - IMG 20150917 113050 zps7qtnvucd
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    ASA all

    Pls suggest a good mechanic in KARACHI for 2.0D Corolla. I am planning to buy a second hand car. Last we kept a 2.0D was 10 12 years back. Now i have seen one car but want to get it checked by a mechanic before buying.

    Mr Xulfiqar, your advised will be much appreciated as you are a real expert.

    Thanks

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    does the car have any maintenance history available? share the available data. ask the owner what is fuel average when was the last time injector pump was calibrated and the belts changed, if car odo is not tampered it must be over 100,000 kms. The Corolla 2D have the very common Toyota 2C diesel engine which got swapped in so many other cars when diesel was a CHEAP fuel in Pakistan, but non of diesel USTAD have correctly fixed it to perform optimum.

    checking a diesel engine health is bit tricky so called diesel specialist always shrrug shoulder when you go back to them for some malfunction reply is " used car aur engine mai kuch na kuch kam tou nikal he aataa hai "
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