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 2NZ-FE

2NZ engine – 4-stroke 4-cylinder gasoline with electronic fuel injection and ignition control system, in-line cylinders and pistons rotating one common crankshaft, with two overhead camshafts (usually with a variable valve timing system of an internal combustion engine VVT-i). The engine has a closed-type forced circulation liquid cooling system. Combined lubrication system: pressure and spray. Continue reading Engine Toyota 2NZ-FE

Engine Toyota 1NZ

The 1NZ engine belongs to a series of long-acting engines with a small volume, designed for Toyota cars of a small class. They began to produce motors of this series in 1997, but even now they are successfully used in modern car models. The NZ motor is a 4-cylinder power unit with straight cylinders. The cylinder block and head are made of aluminum alloys, liners are made with thin cast iron walls, open-type cooling. Continue reading Engine Toyota 1NZ