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Don't be lazy change that old diaprham

Discussion in 'Diesel Tech / 24 volts' started by MADMARC, Aug 20, 2006.

  1. MADMARC

    MADMARC

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    I finally install a new Diaphram in my 3B this weekend!

    This is for the guys out there holding out because of the PITA installation

    Wow what a difference it made! My 3B runs so much smoother, no more smoke when shifting and compression seems to have gone up, well it defiantly as more punch at the end of each gears.


    Anyways, just wanted to share this.


    Cheers
     
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    My idle keeps creeping faster, I think mines shot. Where did you buy it and how much was it? Any tricks to the install?
     
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    MadMarc did you take any pictures? Do a write up...
     
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    I want do a complete write up cause there's already a few out there on diaphrams.

    I got mine from www.4wheelauto.com it was about 40$ cdn without shipping, fast and good service took about 3-4days. Local Toyota dealer sales them for about 100$!

    The installation took me app. 2-3 hours with a good body of mine and a few beers, had never done it before, we removed the starter, edic arm/motor for easier access to diaprham cover on the injection pump, simply un-bolt the 4 screws on the cover. My diaphram was so shoot it just ripped apart on removal. The hardest part was re-installing the new diaprham & cutter pin/washer assembly that should get some F words out you!

    After everything is back together, re adjusts your idle and away you go!
     
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