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EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM

EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM
EC039–05

PURPOSE
The emission control systems are installed to reduce the amount of HC, CO and NOx exhausted from the engine ((3), (4) and (5)), to prevent the atmospheric release of blow–by gas–containing HC (1) and evaporated fuel containing HC being released from the fuel tank (2). The function of each system is shown in the following table.
System (1) Positive Crankcase Ventilation (2) Evaporative Emission Control (3) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (4) Three–Way Catalytic Converter (5) Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection* Abbreviation PCV EVAP EGR TWC SFI Function Reduces HC Reduces evaporated HC Reduces NOx Reduces HC, CO and NOx Injects a precisely timed, optimum amount of fuel for reduced exhaust emissions

Remark: * For inspection and repair of the SFI system, refer to the SFI section in this manual.

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Date :

1399

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EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – PARTS LAYOUT AND SCHEMATIC DRAWING

PARTS LAYOUT AND SCHEMATIC DRAWING
EC03A–03

LOCATION
EGR Vacuum Modulator EGR Valve PCV Valve

TWC (Except California) Rear TWC (California)

VSV for EGR

Front TWC (California)

VSV for EVAP EVAP Service Port Vapor Pressure Sensor VSV for Vapor Pressure Sensor Vent Line Cutoff Valve Fuel Tank Fill Check Valve EVAP Line Air Drain Hose Charcoal Canister Fuel Tank Cap

Filler Pipe Purge Line Air Inlet Line

B06542

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Date :

1400

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EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – PARTS LAYOUT AND SCHEMATIC DRAWING
EC03B–03

DRAWING

EVAP Service Port

EGR Vacuum Modulator

Front TWC (California)

EGR Valve

VSV for EVAP

VSV for EGR

TWC (Except California) Rear TWC (California)

Purge Line Fuel Tank Cap EVAP Line Vent Line Filler Pipe

Fuel Tank Charcoal Canister

Vapor Pressure Sensor

VSV for Vapor Pressure Sensor

Air Inlet Line Air Drain Hose
B06549

Author :

Date :

1401

replace the PCV valve. (2) B01532 2. (e) Reinstall the PCV valve. leaks or damage. (d) Remove the clean hose from the PCV valve. and check that air passes through easily. Clean Hose Cylinder Head Side B01531 Intake Manifold Side Clean Hose Blow air into the intake manifold side. INSPECT HOSES.EC–4 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – POSITIVE CRANKCASE VENTILATION (PCV) SYSTEM POSITIVE CRANKCASE VENTILATION (PCV) SYSTEM EC03C–05 INSPECTION 1. and check that air passes through with difficulty. S01846 Author : Date : 1402 . (a) INSPECT PCV VALVE Remove the PCV valve. Petroleum substances inside the valve are harmful. (1) Blow air into the cylinder head side. CAUTION: Do not suck air through the valve. If operation is not as specified. (b) (c) Install a clean hose to the PCV valve. Inspect the PCV valve operation. CONNECTIONS AND GASKETS Visually check for cracks.

EC–5 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM EC03D–05 COMPONENTS Charcoal Canister VSV for Vapor Pressure Sensor Connector Vapor Pressure Sensor Mounting Bolt EVAP Line Hose Vent Line Hose Air Inlet Line Hose Vapor Pressure Sensor Connector Purge Line Hose Air Drain Hose Charcoal Canister Assembly 39.2 (400. 29) N·m (kgf·cm. ft·lbf) : Specified torque B06534 Author : Date : 1403 .

INSPECT LINES AND CONNECTORS Visually check for loose connections. (a) (b) INSPECT EVAP SYSTEM LINE Warm up the engine and stop the engine. INSPECT FUEL TANK CAP Visually check if the cap and/or gasket are deformed or damaged. Install a vacuum gauge (EVAP control system test equipment vacuum gauge) to the EVAP service port on the purge line. 2. repair or replace the cap. (1) Connect a TOYOTA hand–held tester to the DLC3. Type A 3. (2) Start the engine. Allow the engine to warm up to normal operating temperature. sharp bends or damage. INSPECT FUEL TANK FILLER PIPE Visually check for deformation. Gasket Type B Gasket B01082 B04812 B06707 Vacuum Gauge 4. (3) Push the TOYOTA hand–held tester main switch ON. If necessary.EC–6 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM EC03E–05 INSPECTION 1. S05331 Author : Date : 1404 . B06544 (c) TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester: Forced driving of the VSV for the EVAP. (4) Use the ACTIVE TEST mode on the TOYOTA hand–held tester to operate the VSV for the EVAP. cracks or fuel leakage.

Battery B06548 (e) Check the vacuum at idle. (2) Disconnect the TOYOTA hand–held tester from the DLC3. or the VSV is malfunctioning.368 – 19. Air Drain Hose B06543 Author : Date : 1405 . (2) Connect the positive (+) and negative (–) leads from the battery to the VSV terminals for the EVAP. (3) Start the engine. (i) Connect a pressure gauge to the EVAP service port on the purge line. (f) TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester: Conclude forced driving of the VSV for the EVAP. you can conclude that the hose connecting the VSV to the service port has come loose or is blocked.Aq) for over 5 seconds B06545 HINT: If the vacuum does not change. (g) If you have no TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester: Conclude forced driving of the VSV for the EVAP. (3) Connect the VSV connector for the EVAP. Vacuum: Maintain at 0.713 in. (2) Disconnect the positive (+) and negative (–) leads from the battery from the VSV terminals for the EVAP. (1) Stop the engine. (1) Stop the engine. (1) Close off the air drain hose at the marked position of the canister with a hose clipper or similar instrument. Hose Clipper (j) Check the pressure. (h) Disconnect the vacuum gauge from the EVAP service port on the purge line. (1) Disconnect the VSV connector for the EVAP.Hg (5 – 268 in.EC–7 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM (d) If you have no TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester: Forced driving of the VSV for the EVAP.

the gauge should be over 7.58 psi) to the purge port and check that there is ventilation through the EVAP line hose. replace the fuel tank and filler pipe. (d) Check the installed parts on the fuel tank.5 in. EVAP Line Hose 6. B01250 CHECK AIRTIGHTNESS IN FUEL TANK AND FILLER PIPE (a) Disconnect the EVAP line hose from the charcoal canister side and then pressurize and make the internal pressure in the fuel tank 4 kPa (41 gf/cm2. Pressure: 2 minutes after the pressure is added. HINT: If you can’t add pressure.EC–8 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM Pressure Gauge (2) Add the pressure (13.5 – 15. etc. (a) Disconnect Disconnect Cap Purge Line Hose Purge Port Air B01251 (b) (c) INSPECT FUEL CUTOFF VALVE AND FILL CHECK VALVE Disconnect the purge line hose and EVAP line hose from the charcoal canister. If there is no abnormality.Aq) from the EVAP service port.8 in.7 – 8. Pressure B06546 Fuel Tank Cap HINT: If the pressure does not decrease when the filler cap is removed. you can conclude that the hose connecting the VSVXcanisterXfuel tank has slipped off or the VSV is open. 0. (e) Reconnect the EVAP line hose to the charcoal canister. then you can conclude that the hose connecting the service port to the fuel tank is blocked. 0.58 psi). Author : Date : 1406 . (3) Check if the pressure decreases when the fuel tank cap is removed while adding pressure. Plug the cap to the air drain hose. (k) Disconnect the pressure gauge from the EVAP service port on the purge line.Aq. Pressurize 4 kPa (41 gf/cm2. (c) Check the connected portions of each hose and pipe. B06547 EVAP Line Hose Air Disconnect 5. (b) Check that the internal pressure of the fuel tank can be hold for 1 minute.

(a) INSPECT CHARCOAL CANISTER Visually check the charcoal canister for cracks or damage. Cap Air Air Drain Port E VA P Port B01149 Author : Date : 1407 . replace the fuel cutoff valve and fill check valve. (2) While holding the purge port closed.76 kPa. (f) Remove the vapor pressure sensor mounting bolt. (e) Remove the 2 charcoal canister mounting bolts. it is necessary to check the fuel amount (volume). 8. (g) Remove the charcoal canister assembly. blow air (1. (b) Check that there is ventilation in the air inlet line. REMOVE CHARCOAL CANISTER ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect the VSV connector. 18 gf/cm2. (1) Plug the vent port with a cap. as the float value of the fill check valve is closed and has no ventilation. EVAP line hose and air inlet line hose from the charcoal canister. 0. CHECK AIR INLET LINE (a) Disconnect the air inlet line hose from the charcoal canister. (3) Pull out the connector. 9. (c) Disconnect the purge line hose. (e) Reconnect the purge line hose and EVAP line hose to the charcoal canister.26 psi) into the EVAP port and check that air flows from the air drain port. (d) Check if there is any struck in the vent line hose and EVAP line hose. 7. B01148 Purge Port Vent Port (b) Inspect the charcoal canister operation. (d) Disconnect the vent line hose from the charcoal canister. (c) Reconnect the air inlet line hose to the charcoal canister. (b) Disconnect the vapor pressure sensor connector. (2) Pinch portion A. If there is no stuck in hoses. (1) Push the connector deep inside.EC–9 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM Air Inlet Line Hose Disconnect Air B01252 Push Pinch A A Pinch B01253 HINT: In the condition that the fuel fuel is full.

INSPECT VSV FOR EVAP (See page SF–45) 11. If operation is not as specified.26 psi) into the EVAP port and check that air does not flow from the air inlet port.7 mmHg.43 kPa.76 kPa. 25.EC–10 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM Air Inlet Port Air Drain Port Purge Port (3) While holding the purge port and the air drain port closed. replace the charcoal canister. Air EVAP Port B01150 Air Inlet Port Purge Port (4) Apply vacuum (3. Vacuum B01151 Air Inlet Port Purge Port EVAP Port Vacuum B01152 While holding the air inlet port closed.01 in. INSPECT VAPOR PRESSURE SENSOR (See page SF–55) 13. check that the vacuum does not decrease when the air inlet port is closed. apply vacuum (3. (6) Remove the cap from the vent port. 1.7 mmHg. INSPECT VSV FOR VAPOR PRESSURE SENSOR (See page SF–47) 12. blow air (1. 10.Hg) to the purge port.Hg) to the EVAP port and check that air flows into the purge port. 25. and check that the vacuum decreases when the air inlet port is released. REINSTALL CHARCOAL CANISTER ASSEMBLY (5) Author : Date : 1408 .43 kPa. 1.01 in. 18 gf/cm2. 0.

EC–11 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM EC03F–03 COMPONENTS EGR Valve Vacuum Hose Vacuum Hose EGR Valve S Gasket S Gasket S Non–reusable part S05556 Author : Date : 1409 .

S05568 HINT: Install the filter with the coarser surface facing the atmospheric side (outward).EC–12 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM EC03G–04 INSPECTION Cap Filter 1. (4) Check that the vacuum gauge indicates high vacuum at 2.500 rpm. (2) Check the filter for contamination or damage.500 rpm. clean the filter. (1) Remove the cap and filter. (1) The engine coolant temperature should be below 55°C (131°F). (3) Using compressed air. (3) Disconnect the vacuum hose port R of the EGR vacuum modulator and connect port R directly to the intake manifold with another hose. (4) Reinstall the filter and cap. connect terminals TE1 and E1 of the DLC1. connect a vacuum gauge to the hose between the EGR valve and VSV.500 rpm. (2) Check that the vacuum gauge indicates low vacuum at 2. (2) Check that the vacuum gauge indicates zero at 2.500 rpm (f) Port R Disconnect B06541 Inspect the operation of the VSV and EGR vacuum modulator with the hot engine. Inspect seating of the EGR valve. Vacuum Gauge (b) (c) Using a 3–way connector. (a) INSPECT EGR SYSTEM Inspect and clean the filter in the EGR vacuum modulator. Start the engine and check that the engine starts and runs at idle. Author : Date : 1410 . 3–Way Connector B06540 TE1 E1 (d) (e) SST Using SST. A07370 HOT High Vacuum at 2. SST 09843–18020 Inspect the VSV operation with the cold engine. (1) Warm up the engine to above 60°C (140°F).

SST 09843–18020 Engine Stopped Air 2. Blow air into port Q.500 rpm. (1) Apply vacuum directly to the EGR valve with the engine idling. Q and R of the EGR vacuum modulator. S05567 Engine at 2. the engine will misfire slightly. Check that there is a strong resistance to air flow. and check that the air passes through to the air filter side freely. (2) Check that the engine runs rough or dies.EC–13 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM HINT: As a large amount of exhaust gas enters. (a) (b) (c) INSPECT EGR VACUUM MODULATOR Disconnect the vacuum hoses from ports P. Block ports P and R with your finger. and maintain speed at 2. (h) Inspect the EGR valve. Repeat the above test. Reconnect the vacuum hoses to the proper locations. and reconnect the vacuum hoses to the proper locations. (g) Remove the vacuum gauge.500 rpm Air (d) (e) (f) Start the engine. S05566 Author : Date : 1411 . (i) Remove the SST from the DLC1. Disconnect B06539 HINT: As exhaust gas is increasingly recirculated. the engine will start to misfire. (3) Reconnect the vacuum hoses to the proper locations.

(a) (b) S05559 If a (c) 4. INSPECT VSV FOR EGR (See page SF–43) Author : Date : 1412 . Check the EGR valve for sticking and heavy carbon deposits.EC–14 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM 3. INSPECT EGR VALVE Remove the EGR valve. (2) Remove the 2 bolts.3 N·m (136 kgf·cm. Reinstall the EGR valve. 2 nuts. (1) Temporarily 2 new gasket and the EGR valve with the 2 nuts and 2 bolts. problem is found. Torque: 13. (1) Disconnect the 2 vacuum hoses from the EGR valve. EGR valve and 2 gaskets. 10 ft·lbf) (3) Tighten the bolts. replace the valve. 7 ft·lbf) (4) Connect the 2 vacuum hoses to the EGR valve. (2) Tighten the nuts. Torque: 10 N·m (102 kgf·cm.

EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (TWC) SYSTEM EC–15 THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (TWC) SYSTEM EC03H–03 ON–VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. (b) Check the clamps for weakness. 2. repair or replace it. INSPECT EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY (a) Check the connections for looseness or damage. cracks or damage. INSPECT REAR TWC HEAT INSULATOR (a) Check the heat insulator for damage. 3. Author : Date : 1413 . If any part of the protector is damaged or dented to the extent that it contacts the TWC. (b) Check for adequate clearance between the catalytic converter and heat insulator. INSPECT REAR TWC Check for dents or damage.

2 Exhaust Manifold Heat Insulator N·m (kgf·cm.EC–16 EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (TWC) SYSTEM EC03I–04 COMPONENTS Front TWC (California) A/F Sensor Connector S Gasket No.3 Exhaust Manifold Heat Insulator No.46) S Gasket S No.2 Exhaust Manifold Stay (TMMK Made) x6 (TMC Made) No. ft·lbf) : Specified torque S Non–reusable part B06537 Author : Date : 1414 .1 Exhaust Manifold Stay A/F Sensor 44 (450. 36) Exhaust Manifold (Front TWC) No.1 Exhaust Manifold Heat Insulator 49 (500. 32) Clamp S S 62 (630.

46) Stay Front Exhaust Pipe Bracket N·m (kgf·cm. 41) S Gasket S Gasket S S S TWC (Except California) Rear TWC (California) 62 (630. ft·lbf) : Specified torque S Non–reusable part B06538 Author : Date : 1415 .EMISSION CONTROL (5S–FE) – THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (TWC) SYSTEM EC–17 TWC (Except California) Rear TWC (California) 56 (570.

Author : Date : 1416 . HC and NOx exhausted from the engine ((3). refer to the SF section of this manual. (4). CO and NOx Reduces HC. The function of each system is shown in these table. (5) and (6)). to prevent the atmospheric release of blow–by gas–containing HC (1) and evaporated fuel containing HC being released from the fuel tank (2). CO and NOx Injects a precisely timed.EC–1 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM EC01U–03 PURPOSE The emission control systems are installed to reduce the amount of CO. optimum amount of fuel for reduced exhaust emissions Remark: * For inspection and repair of the SFI system. System (1) Positive Crankcase Ventilation (2) Evaporative Emission Control (3) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (4) Warm Up Three–Way Catalytic Converter (5) Three–Way Catalytic Converter (6) Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection* Abbreviation PCV EVAP EGR WU–TWC TWC SFI Function Reduces HC Reduces evaporated HC Reduces NOx Reduces HC.

EC–2 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – PARTS LAYOUT AND SCHEMATIC DRAWING PARTS LAYOUT AND SCHEMATIC DRAWING EC01V–03 LOCATION Vacuum Surge Tank VSV for EGR VSV for EVAP Vacuum Surge Tank EGR Valve EVAP Service Port VCV Vapor Pressure Sensor Charcoal Canister VSV for Vapor Pressure Sensor EVAP Line Fill Check Valve Air Drain Hose Fuel Tank Cap Vent Line Fuel Tank Filler Pipe Purge Line Cut Off Valve Air Inlet Line B06386 Author : Date : 1417 .

EC–3 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – PARTS LAYOUT AND SCHEMATIC DRAWING EC01W–03 DRAWING VSV for EGR VCV EVAP Service Port Purge Line VSV for EVAP EVAP Line Vent Line Vacuum Surge Tank EGR Valve Position Sensor Vapor Pressure Sensor Fuel Tank Charcoal Canister Air Inlet Line VSV for Vapor Pressure Sensor Air Drain Hose A/F Sensor (California A/T) Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1/ Except California A/T) A/F Sensor (California A/T) Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 2 Sensor 1/ Except California A/T) WU–TWC (California A/T) WU–TWC (California A/T) TWC Heated Oxygen Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 2) B06721 Author : Date : 1418 .

(a) INSPECT PCV VALVE Remove the PCV valve. (e) Reinstall the PCV valve. and check that air passes through with difficulty. Air Intake Chamber Side Blow air into the air intake chamber side. (d) Remove clean hose from the PCV valve. P12931 Author : Date : 1419 . replace the PCV valve. INSPECT HOSES.EC–4 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – POSITIVE CRANKCASE VENTILATION (PCV) SYSTEM POSITIVE CRANKCASE VENTILATION (PCV) SYSTEM EC01X–03 INSPECTION 1. CONNECTIONS AND GASKETS Visually check for cracks. CAUTION: Do not suck air through the valve. If operation is not as specified. (1) Blow air into the cylinder head side. Inspect the PCV valve operation. (2) P02477 2. leaks or damage. and check that air passes through easily. (b) (c) Clean Hose Cylinder Head side P02006 Install clean hose to the PCV valve. Petroleum substances inside the valve are harmful.

2 (400. ft·lbf) : Specified torque B01507 Author : Date : 1420 . 29) N·m (kgf·cm.EC–5 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM EC0AU–01 COMPONENTS VSV Connector for Vapor Pressure Sensor Vapor Pressure Sensor EVAP Line Hose Vent Line Hose Air Inlet Line Hose Vapor Pressure Sensor Connector Purge Line Hose Air Drain Hose VSV for Vapor Pressure Sensor Charcoal Canister 39.

Install a vacuum gauge (EVAP control system test equipment vacuum gauge) to the EVAP service port on the purge line. cracks or fuel leakage. INSPECT FUEL TANK CAP Visually check if the cap and/or gasket are deformed or damaged. repair or replace the cap. If necessary. (3) Push the TOYOTA hand–held tester main switch ON. (2) Start the engine. Allow the engine to warm up to normal operating temperature. 2. (a) (b) INSPECT EVAP SYSTEM LINE Warm up the engine and stop the engine. Author : Date : 1421 . (1) Connect a TOYOTA hand–held tester to the DLC3.EC–6 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM EC0AV–01 INSPECTION 1. INSPECT FUEL TANK FILLER PIPE Visually check for deformation. sharp bends or damage. Type A 3. Gasket Type B Gasket B01082 B04812 B06707 Vacuum Gauge 4. INSPECT LINES AND CONNECTORS Visually check for loose connections. B06544 TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester (c) DLC3 S05331 TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester: Forced driving of the VSV for the EVAP. (4) Use the ACTIVE TEST mode on the TOYOTA hand–held tester to operate the VSV for the EVAP.

(2) Disconnect the positive (+) and negative (–) leads from the battery from the VSV terminals for the EVAP. (f) TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester: Conclude forced driving of the VSV for the EVAP. you can conclude that the hose connecting the VSV to the service port has come loose or is blocked. (1) Close off the air drain hose at the marked position of the canister with a hose clipper or similar instrument. (1) Stop the engine. or the VSV is malfunctioning. Battery B06722 (e) Check the vacuum at idle. (1) Disconnect the VSV connector for the EVAP. Vacuum: Maintain at 0.Hg (5 – 268 in. (2) Connect the positive (+) and negative (–) leads from the battery to the VSV terminals for the EVAP.EC–7 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM (d) If you have no TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester: Forced driving of the VSV for the EVAP.713 in.Aq) for over 5 seconds B06545 HINT: If the vacuum does not change. (i) Connect a pressure gauge to the EVAP service port on the purge line. (3) Start the engine. Air Drain Hose B06543 Author : Date : 1422 . (h) Disconnect the vacuum gauge from the EVAP service port on the purge line.368 – 19. (3) Connect the VSV connector for the EVAP. (g) If you have no TOYOTA Hand–Held Tester: Conclude forced driving of the VSV for the EVAP. (2) Disconnect the TOYOTA hand–held tester from the DLC3. (1) Stop the engine. Hose Clipper (j) Check the pressure.

58 psi).5 – 15. (k) Disconnect the pressure gauge from the EVAP service port on the purge line. (d) Check the installed parts on the fuel tank.8 in. (e) Reconnect the EVAP line hose to the charcoal canister. you can conclude that the hose connecting the VSVXcanisterXfuel tank has slipped off or the VSV is open.5 in. Plug the cap to the air drain hose. If there is no abnormality. 0. etc. (a) Disconnect Disconnect Cap Purge Line Hose Purge Port Air B01251 (b) (c) INSPECT FUEL CUTOFF VALVE AND FILL CHECK VALVE Disconnect the purge line hose and EVAP line hose from the charcoal canister.Aq.EC–8 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM Pressure Gauge (2) Add the pressure (13.Aq) from the EVAP service port. replace the fuel tank and filler pipe. B01250 CHECK AIRTIGHTNESS IN FUEL TANK AND FILLER PIPE (a) Disconnect the EVAP line hose from the charcoal canister side and then pressurize and make the internal pressure in the fuel tank 4 kPa (41 gf/cm2. (c) Check the connected portions of each hose and pipe. 0. (b) Check that the internal pressure of the fuel tank can be hold for 1 minute. Pressurize 4 kPa (41 gf/cm2. the gauge should be over 7. EVAP Line Hose 6. B06547 EVAP Line Hose Air Disconnect 5. (3) Check if the pressure decreases when the fuel tank cap is removed while adding pressure. then you can conclude that the hose connecting the service port to the fuel tank is blocked. Pressure: 2 minutes after the pressure is added.58 psi) to the purge port and check that there is ventilation through the EVAP line hose. Pressure B06546 Fuel Tank Cap HINT: If the pressure does not decrease when the filler cap is removed.7 – 8. HINT: If you can’t add pressure. Author : Date : 1423 .

(e) Reconnect the purge line hose and EVAP line hose to the charcoal canister. as the float value of the fill check valve is closed and has no ventilation. (c) Disconnect the purge line hose. 0. CHECK AIR INLET LINE (a) Disconnect the air inlet line hose from the charcoal canister. 7. 9. (a) INSPECT CHARCOAL CANISTER Visually check the charcoal canister for cracks or damage. (2) While holding the purge port closed. EVAP line hose and air inlet line hose from the charcoal canister. (3) Pull out the connector. (2) Pinch portion A. replace the fuel cutoff valve and fill check valve. (g) Remove the charcoal canister assembly. Cap Air Air Drain Port E VA P Port B01149 Author : Date : 1424 . blow air (1. (1) Plug the vent port with a cap. (c) Reconnect the air inlet line hose to the charcoal canister. REMOVE CHARCOAL CANISTER ASSEMBLY (a) Disconnect the VSV connector.26 psi) into the EVAP port and check that air flows from the air drain port. it is necessary to check the fuel amount (volume). (b) Check that there is ventilation in the air inlet line. (f) Remove the vapor pressure sensor mounting bolt. 8. If there is no stuck in hoses.EC–9 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM Air Inlet Line Hose Disconnect Air B01252 Push Pinch A A Pinch B01253 HINT: In the condition that the fuel fuel is full. (b) Disconnect the vapor pressure sensor connector. (e) Remove the 2 charcoal canister mounting bolts. (d) Disconnect the vent line hose from the charcoal canister. (d) Check if there is any struck in the vent line hose and EVAP line hose. B01148 Purge Port Vent Port (b) Inspect the charcoal canister operation. (1) Push the connector deep inside.76 kPa. 18 gf/cm2.

7 mmHg. Vacuum B01151 Air Inlet Port Purge Port EVAP Port Vacuum B01152 While holding the air inlet port closed. INSPECT VSV FOR EVAP (See page SF–58) 11. INSPECT VAPOR PRESSURE SENSOR (See page SF–65) 13.7 mmHg.01 in. and check that the vacuum decreases when the air inlet port is released. check that the vacuum does not decrease when the air inlet port is closed.43 kPa. 0.01 in.26 psi) into the EVAP port and check that air does not flow from the air inlet port.EC–10 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EVAPORATIVE EMISSION (EVAP) CONTROL SYSTEM Air Inlet Port Air Drain Port Purge Port (3) While holding the purge port and the air drain port closed. 25. blow air (1. Air EVAP Port B01150 Air Inlet Port Purge Port (4) Apply vacuum (3. 1. REINSTALL CHARCOAL CANISTER ASSEMBLY (5) Author : Date : 1425 .76 kPa. INSPECT VSV FOR VAPOR PRESSURE SENSOR (See page SF–62) 12.Hg) to the purge port. 18 gf/cm2. 1. 25. If operation is not as specified. (6) Remove the cap from the vent port.Hg) to the EVAP port and check that air flows into the purge port. 10. replace the charcoal canister. apply vacuum (3.43 kPa.

5 V B01480 Author : Date : 1426 . (3) Reconnect the EGR valve position sensor connector. Voltage: 4. and measure the power source voltage. (3) Connect a voltmeter to terminals VC and E2 of the ECM.EC–11 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM EC0AW–01 INSPECTION 1. replace the EGR valve position sensor.3 kΩ If the resistance is not as specified. (1) Disconnect the EGR valve position sensor connector.5 – 4. Resistance: 1. measure the resistance between the terminals VC and E2. (1) Disconnect the vacuum hose from the EGR valve. VC(+) E2(–) (b) Inspect the power output voltage of the EGR valve position sensor.5 – 5. (2) Using an ohmmeter. INSPECT EGR SYSTEM (See page DI–358) Ohmmeter Disconnect 2. (2) Turn the ignition switch ON. (a) E2 VC S05477 INSPECT EGR VALVE POSITION SENSOR Inspect the resistance of the EGR valve position sensor.

6 V If the voltage is not as specified. Torque: 20 N·m (200 kgf·cm.1 V S Release the vacuum from the EGR valve. Voltage: 0. Install 2 new gaskets. 9 ft·lbf) (b) Disconnect the EGR gas temperature sensor connector and clamp. Remove the 3 nuts. please refer to the following items. (c) Remove the EGR valve. 3. (a) REMOVE EGR VALVE Remove the EGR pipe. and measure the power outlet voltage under the following conditions: S Using a MITYVAC (Hand–Held Vacuum Pump).2 – 5. Install a new gasket. B01482 (4) 5. apply a vacuum (17. 9 ft·lbf) (e) Remove the EGR gas temperature sensor. S05452 HINT: At the time of installation.EC–12 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM Disconnect EGLS(+) E2(–) Connect a voltmeter to terminals EGLS and E2 of the ECM. please refer to the following items. REMOVE EGR POSITION SENSOR Remove the 3 nuts and EGR valve position sensor from the EGR valve.Hg) to the EGR valve. (1) (2) (3) S05455 (d) HINT: At the time of installation. (5) Reconnect the vacuum hose to the EGR valve.·lbf) 4.3 kPa. Torque: 12 N·m (120 kgf·cm. Torque: 12 N·m (120 kgf·cm. 14 ft·lbf) Author : Date : 1427 . Torque: 2 N·m (20 kgf·cm. EGR pipe and 2 gaskets. 17 in. Voltage: 3. S Remove the 4 nuts. REINSTALL EGR POSITION SENSOR Installation is the reverse order of removal. 130 mmHg. 5. (3) Disconnect the EGR valve position sensor connector. EGR valve and gasket. (1) Disconnect the EVAP hose from the EGR valve hook. replace the EGR valve position sensor.1 in. (2) Disconnect the vacuum hose from the EGR valve.4 – 1.

replace the EGR valve.Hg) If the indicated value is not as specified. 8. REMOVE VCV S05454 9. (a) (b) Z Port S Port S05478 INSPECT VCV Connect the MITYVAC (Hand–Held Vacuum Pump) to port S of the VCV.Hg) Vacuum (c) Pumping (3 Times) 10 sec. INSPECT VSV FOR EGR (See page SF–56) Author : Date : 1428 . replace the VCV. in. (d) Stop the performing pumping and check the indicated value of the MITYVAC after about 10 seconds. 7. 10. REINSTALL VCV 11.EC–13 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM 6. Standard value: 15 – 24 kPa (112 – 180 mmHg. REINSTALL EGR VALVE Installation is the reverse order of removal. Plug port Z completely with fingers. 4.4 – 7. (kPa. Time S05476 Perform pumping 3 times and apply vacuum as shown in the illustration.1 in. mmHg. INSPECT EGR VALVE Check for sticking and heavy carbon deposits. If a problem is found.

If any part of the protector is damaged or dented to the extent that it contacts the WU–TWC. INSPECT WU–TWC HEAT INSULATOR (a) Check the heat insulator for damage. INSPECT WU–TWC Check for dents or damage. INSPECT EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY (a) Check the connections for looseness or damage. Author : Date : 1429 . repair or replace it. (b) Check the clamps for weakness. 3. cracks or damage. 2. (b) Check for adequate clearance between the catalytic converter and heat insulator.EC–14 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – WARM UP THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (WU–TWC) SYSTEM (California A/T) WARM UP THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (WU–TWC) SYSTEM (California A/T) EC020–04 ON–VEHICLE INSPECTION 1.

46) Front Exhaust Pipe (Type A) Stay S 33 (330. 24) 62 (630. 41) Bracket 21 (210.EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – WARM UP THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (WU–TWC) SYSTEM (California A/T) EC–15 EC021–04 COMPONENTS WU–TWC for Bank 1 56 (570. ft·lbf) : Specified torque S Non–reusable part B06395 Author : Date : 1430 . 46) Type B WU–TWC Front Exhaust Pipe N·m (kgf·cm. 24) S 62 (630. 15) S Gasket S Gasket WU–TWC 33 (330.

63) x6 LH Exhaust Manifold Heat Insulator S Gasket A/F Sensor 44 (450. ft·lbf) : Specified torque S Non–reusable part B06478 Author : Date : 1431 . 46) N·m (kgf·cm.EC–16 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – WARM UP THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (WU–TWC) SYSTEM (California A/T) WU–TWC for Bank 2 A/F Sensor Connector S Gasket LH Exhaust Manifold (with WU–TWC) 49 (500. 32) LH Exhaust Manifold Stay S 62 (630.

EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (TWC) SYSTEM EC–17 THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (TWC) SYSTEM EC022–04 ON–VEHICLE INSPECTION 1. If any part of the protector is damaged or dented to the extent that it contacts the TWC. (b) Check for adequate clearance between the catalytic converter and heat insulator. Author : Date : 1432 . 2. repair or replace it. 3. INSPECT TWC Check for dents or damage. (b) Check the clamps for weakness. INSPECT EXHAUST PIPE ASSEMBLY (a) Check the connections for looseness or damage. INSPECT TWC HEAT INSULATOR (a) Check the heat insulator for damage. cracks or damage.

46) S Gasket Front Exhaust Pipe (California A/T Type A) Bracket Stay 33 (330.EC–18 EMISSION CONTROL (1MZ–FE) – THREE–WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTER (TWC) SYSTEM EC023–04 COMPONENTS 56 (570. 24) 33 (330. 24) S 62 (630. 46) California A/T (Type B) TWC Front Exhaust Pipe Except M/T and california A/T M/T TWC Front Exhaust Pipe N·m (kgf·cm. 41) Bracket 21 (210. 15) S Gasket S Gasket TWC 62 (630. ft·lbf) : Specified torque S Non–reusable part TWC Front Exhaust Pipe B06396 Author : Date : 1433 .