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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby zorced » November 18th, 2018, 4:54 pm

Ronaldo95163 wrote:
zorced wrote:Hey guys, looking all over for 2nd gen 4AFE Factory Service Manual.
Trying diagnose trouble codes 24 and 52... The only manual I found online only has up to code 51 so it's probably not the same version.


Boyyy this is the hardest thing to find...will check through my docs and see if I have anything.
Documentation on these A series (non-GE) engines kinda hard to find in general.

black start wrote:Then get some aftermarket rods and pistons and keep the compression high


Been looking into this also. Stock ECU can handle this?
Still googling around to see what other folks are running and what success they're having.
Yo that explains alot, appreciate it. You know if 2nd gen 4AFE has a knock sensor by chance?

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby Ronaldo95163 » November 20th, 2018, 12:30 pm

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zorced wrote:
Ronaldo95163 wrote:
zorced wrote:Hey guys, looking all over for 2nd gen 4AFE Factory Service Manual.
Trying diagnose trouble codes 24 and 52... The only manual I found online only has up to code 51 so it's probably not the same version.


Boyyy this is the hardest thing to find...will check through my docs and see if I have anything.
Documentation on these A series (non-GE) engines kinda hard to find in general.

black start wrote:Then get some aftermarket rods and pistons and keep the compression high


Been looking into this also. Stock ECU can handle this?
Still googling around to see what other folks are running and what success they're having.
Yo that explains alot, appreciate it. You know if 2nd gen 4AFE has a knock sensor by chance?


I believe so.
You may have to check to be certain
7A has it for sure.

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby HSA » November 20th, 2018, 2:06 pm

zorced wrote:
Ronaldo95163 wrote:
zorced wrote:Hey guys, looking all over for 2nd gen 4AFE Factory Service Manual.
Trying diagnose trouble codes 24 and 52... The only manual I found online only has up to code 51 so it's probably not the same version.


Boyyy this is the hardest thing to find...will check through my docs and see if I have anything.
Documentation on these A series (non-GE) engines kinda hard to find in general.

black start wrote:Then get some aftermarket rods and pistons and keep the compression high


Been looking into this also. Stock ECU can handle this?
Still googling around to see what other folks are running and what success they're having.
Yo that explains alot, appreciate it. You know if 2nd gen 4AFE has a knock sensor by chance?



knock sensor in the 5afe is behind the engine closer to the power steering pump...donno if that helps

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby Mark007 » February 21st, 2019, 7:55 am

Good day all, have you ever experienced problems with the car idling low and "hunting" or "bucking down"? Especially when the AC is running. Yesterday the car actually cut off completely while in traffic. I spoke to some people and they said it's a common problem with 5a-fe engines/throttle so just wanted to find out more about it and what's the best fix...

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby locorolla » February 21st, 2019, 9:54 am

Mark007, concerning your "hunting" problem.....provided that you have serviced the throttle body, using a clean air filter, cleaned injectors, using good plugs and good plug wires, checked all your power and ground wires to/from the battery, set the distributor and the TPS to the proper angle, cleaned the in-tank fuel filter, changed the charcoal filter, checked your ECU to make sure it is not damaged in any way (burnt board or burnt components on the board)..........your problem is more than likely either the a/c step unit up that needs adjusting or your ECU may need to be reset and properly tuned.

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby Mark007 » February 28th, 2019, 11:46 am

locorolla wrote:Mark007, concerning your "hunting" problem.....provided that you have serviced the throttle body, using a clean air filter, cleaned injectors, using good plugs and good plug wires, checked all your power and ground wires to/from the battery, set the distributor and the TPS to the proper angle, cleaned the in-tank fuel filter, changed the charcoal filter, checked your ECU to make sure it is not damaged in any way (burnt board or burnt components on the board)..........your problem is more than likely either the a/c step unit up that needs adjusting or your ECU may need to be reset and properly tuned.


Thanks for the advice. Was also told that tightening the x-cable to idle a bit higher would help...especially if everything else fails.

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby kamakazi » March 1st, 2019, 3:41 am

Mark007 wrote:
locorolla wrote:Mark007, concerning your "hunting" problem.....provided that you have serviced the throttle body, using a clean air filter, cleaned injectors, using good plugs and good plug wires, checked all your power and ground wires to/from the battery, set the distributor and the TPS to the proper angle, cleaned the in-tank fuel filter, changed the charcoal filter, checked your ECU to make sure it is not damaged in any way (burnt board or burnt components on the board)..........your problem is more than likely either the a/c step unit up that needs adjusting or your ECU may need to be reset and properly tuned.


Thanks for the advice. Was also told that tightening the x-cable to idle a bit higher would help...especially if everything else fails.
Don't tighten the cable to do the throttle adjustment...I believe there is a small bolt that adjusts the throttle rest position when you take your foot off the accelerator... Do the adjustment there. That wouldn't some a hunting problem but will make it difficult for the engine to cut out due to low revs

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby Ronaldo95163 » January 8th, 2020, 2:07 pm

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby VRamlal » April 20th, 2020, 9:01 am

Hello good day
Is this thread still alive?
I have an ae111 local and looking for rotors for it i found 2 different rotors soo far and they are different than mine
1 pair i saw waz thinner than mine and the canter hole waz bigger
Another pair waz also thinner but the center hole waz correct
When i say thinner i mean the air cooled part thinner
Mine is thick

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby vin123 » April 20th, 2020, 10:34 am

VRamlal wrote:Hello good day
Is this thread still alive?
I have an ae111 local and looking for rotors for it i found 2 different rotors soo far and they are different than mine
1 pair i saw waz thinner than mine and the canter hole waz bigger
Another pair waz also thinner but the center hole waz correct
When i say thinner i mean the air cooled part thinner
Mine is thick


Hey,
I have the 5 door liftback and a couple places in Chaguanas had the rotors but required me to bring in the current one for sizing as the had the "big and small" but couldn't tell even when the car was present.

I eventually went Chaguanas Auto Supplies and they took it out and installed it there the same time.

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby Ronaldo95163 » May 1st, 2020, 11:48 pm

There are 3 sizes of rotors.
238mm which comes with the regular 4a/5a vehicles
255mm which comes with SOME 20 valve models (AE101GT/111GT/111 BZG Levin)
275mm which comes ONLY on the AE111 BZR Levin

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby Ronaldo95163 » May 18th, 2020, 1:41 am

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Re: AE110/111 Thread

Postby Ronaldo95163 » May 23rd, 2020, 12:30 pm

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