Engine Toyota 5A-F/FE/FHE

The 5A family of engines was on the Toyota conveyor from 1987 to 1999 and, in fact, was a variation of the 4A with a reduced volume and the successor to the 3A engines. After the 99th, the 5A-FE modification was inherited by Chinese automakers, which have been replicating it to this day. There were three modifications in the lineup – 5A-F, 5A-FE and 5A-FHE. They all had the same cylinder block (1498 cc), cylinder-piston group (bore 78.7 mm, stroke 77 mm), cylinder head with 22.3° inlet and outlet camber and DOHC 16V. The differences were mainly in the supply and intake systems, as a result of the differing power indicators. Continue reading Engine Toyota 5A-F/FE/FHE

Engine Toyota 4A

For the first time Toyota 4A was released in 1982 and did not leave the assembly line until 2002. The first two characters in its name indicate that this is the fourth modification in the “A” series of engines produced by the company. The series began ten years earlier, when the company’s engineers set out to create a new engine for Toyota Tercel, which would provide more economical fuel consumption and better technical performance. Continue reading Engine Toyota 4A