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1995 - 2001 SC-4RN-009-C, SC-TAC-006-C

2RZFE (2.4 L) and 3RZFE (2.7 L)


Supercharger Kit

Part Number: 00602-17620-700 series


Section I - Installation Preparation
Kit Contents Color Applicability / Trim Level
Item # Quantity Reqd. Description
1 1 Supercharger Assembly
2 1 Idler Pulley Assembly
3 1 Tensioner Kit

Part Number
4 1 Drive Belt
5 1 Literature Kit
6 1 Support Bracket Assembly
7 1 Hose Kits

Vehicle
2.4-L, 2RZFE
Service Parts 2.7-L, 3RZFE
Part # Quantity Description
Reqd. General Applicability
00602-17620-730 1 per kit Drive Belt 1995-1999 All 2RZFE, 2000 Fed Emission Spec. 2RZFE
00602-17620-019 1 per kit Idler Pulley & Bearing 2000 Cal Emission Spec. 2RZFE, 2001 All 2RZFE
00602-17620-725 1 per kit Tensioner with Pulley 1995-1999 All 3RZFE, 2000 Fed Emission Spec. 3RZFE
2000 Cal Emission Spec. 3RZFE, 2001 All 3RZFE
Conflicts
None Legend
STOP: Damage to the vehicle may occur. Do not
STOP
proceed until process has been complied with.
OPERATOR SAFETY: Use caution to avoid risk of
injury
CRITICAL PROCESS: Proceed with caution to ensure
a quality installation. These points will be audited on a
completed vehicle installation
GENERAL PROCESS: This highlights specific
processes to ensure a quality installation. These
points will be audited during the accessory installation
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT: This calls out the specific
tools and equipment required for this process

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2RZFE (2.4 L) and 3RZFE (2.7 L)
Supercharger Kit

STOP A. Preparation:

1. Before you begin, TRD recommends that you thoroughly clean the engine and engine compartment. If you don’t, grease
buildup on parts could become dislodged during the procedure and fall into the engine.

2. Make sure the engine has cooled fully before you begin.
3. To help you later, you might want to draw diagrams of your engine’s vacuum hose routing before you disconnect
anything. However, some of the vacuum connections on your stock air intake chamber may not be the same as those on
the supercharger. Study and closely follow the vacuum diagrams for your specific application included on pages 18 –
20.

4. The TRD supercharger kit has been designed to reuse most of the stock nuts and bolts. Therefore, as you remove them,
keep them with their components or label them for location. This will assure a faster, easier installation.

Recommended Tools:
Basic Tools:

• Basic Metric Socket, Allen & Open-End Wrench Sets


• ½” Wide Masking Tape for Labeling Hardware and Parts
• Electrical Tape
• A Clean Work Bench
• A Parts Tray
• Rags or Shop Towels

Safety Tools:

• Safety Goggles

Special Tools:

• Toyota Repair Manual (Available from Toyota, 1-800-622-2033)

Accessories:

• Boost gauge recommended (not included in the kit)

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Supercharger Kit
B. Removal of Stock Air Inlet System and Intake
Manifold

1. Disconnect the ground cable from the battery, and then


the positive cable. Remove battery from the vehicle.

2. Remove air cleaner hose w/resonator. Figure 1

3. Remove evaporative canister vacuum switched valve


(VSV) hose.

4. Remove PCV hose.

Figure 1

5. Remove EGR modulator and hoses. Note hose location


and routing for re-installation. Figure 2

EGR Modulator

Figure 2

6. Disconnect power steering idle-up connector from the


sensor and also the wiring from the intake manifold
bracket. See arrows in Figure 3.

Figure 3

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Supercharger Kit
7. Remove fuel pressure regulator hose from intake air
connector.

8. Remove intake air connector. Figure 4

9. Disconnect Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) connector


from TPS in throttle body.
Intake Air
10. Disconnect Idle Air Control (IAC) connector from IAC Connector
in throttle body.

11. If vehicle is equipped with EGR, then disconnect EGR


connector from EGR sensor in intake chamber.

Figure 4

12. Remove throttle body from intake manifold and set


aside. Figure 5

Figure 5

Note: If vehicle is not equipped with EGR, skip Steps


13 & 14 and proceed to Step 15.

13. Disconnect EGR feed tube at EGR valve. See “A”


arrows in Figure 6.
A
14. Disconnect EGR valve from intake chamber. Leave
EGR valve in place until step 22. Do not disconnect
coolant lines. A

15. Remove wire harness bracket from backside of intake


B
chamber. See arrow “B” in Figure 6. Remove bracket
from wire harness.

Figure 6

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Supercharger Kit
16. Remove bolt from the upper side of the intake chamber
stay. See arrow in Figure 7. Loosen lower bolt from air
intake chamber stay.

17. Disconnect the DLC1 from the bracket on the air intake
chamber assembly. 1995-2001 vehicles only.

18. Remove the wire harness bracket for the DLC1 wiring
from the air intake chamber assembly. 1995-2001
vehicles only.

19. Disconnect the brake booster vacuum hose from the


intake chamber hose barb.

20. If your vehicle is equipped with EGR, then disconnect


Figure 7
EGR tube bracket from the backside of the cylinder
head.

21. Remove the 3 bolts and 2 nuts shown in Figure 8.

22. Remo ve the air intake chamber and gasket. On vehicles


with EGR, separate the EGR valve from the air intake
chamber as you remove the chamber from the intake
manifold runners.

23. Remove the injector wiring ground strap from the intake
manifold.

Figure 8

24. Remove the 2 bolts from the fuel return pipe and
disconnect the fuel return hose from fuel pressure
regulator. See Figure 9. Caution: Plug fuel return hose
so that no fuel will spill. Set pipe and hose aside.

Figure 9

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Supercharger Kit
25. Disconnect wire loom clips from the intake manifold
brackets and remove the clips from the wire loom. See Cam Position
arrows in Figure 10. Connector

26. On vehicles with EGR, remove the EGR vacuum


switched valve bracket from the intake manifold.

27. Disconnect the camshaft position sensor connector. See


Figure 10.

28. Remove wire-loom bracket and clips from the wire


loom that was disconnected in Step 15.

Figure 10

A
29. Disconnect the detonation sensor connector (A), and the B
crankshaft position sensor connector (B). See Figure
11. Both connectors are located next to the engine
block, and below the intake manifold.

30. Disconnect all four fuel injection connectors and set


wiring aside.

31. On vehicles with EGR, remove the EGR coolant hose


from the EGR valve. Remove only the hose that runs
down through the intake manifold runners. Plug hose so
that coolant will not leak. Figure 11

32. Disconnect the fuel inlet banjo fitting from the fuel rail.
Remove both banjo washers. See Figure 12.

33. Remove the intake manifold from the cylinder head.


Clean and inspect the intake manifold gasket. You may
re-use the gasket if it has not been damaged.

34. Remove the original equipment (OE) intake manifold


chamber stay.

35. Remove the evaporative canister steel line that is


secured to the top of the radiator fan shroud and set
aside. Figure 12

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Supercharger Kit
36. On 2000 and earlier model years, step 36 may not be
necessary. Check the power steering pressure feed hose
clearance to the supercharger by installing the
supercharger main assembly onto the cylinder head.
When installing the supercharger, the supercharger
drive pulley and snout slides under the power steering
pump return hose. If necessary, adjust the power
steering line next to the banjo fitting on the power
steering pump. See Figure 13. The steel line needs to
be parallel with the engine centerline. Caution: Adjust Adjust
carefully so the steel line will not kink. When adjusted line here
correctly, the rubber hose that is connected to the steel
line will have clearance to the supercharger housing and
also to the lower radiator hose.
Figure 13

37. Attach the new TRD supplied 2-piece chamber stay to


the engine mount with one 8mm x 25mm long flange-
head hex bolt. See arrow in Figure 14. Make sure the
L-portion of the chamber stay points towards the front
of the vehicle. Figure 14 shows the chamber stay in the
assembled position. Attach only the lower bolt in this
step. Tighten bolt finger tight.

Figure 14

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Supercharger Kit
38. Remove the radiator fan shroud for easier access to the
components in the following steps. See Figure 15.

Figure 15

39. Remove power steering belt including the belt tensioner.


See Figure 16.

Figure 16

40. Remove the power steering pump pulley. See Figure


17. Use the Toyota Special Service Tool (SST) to stop
the pulley from rotating. Remove the pulley set nut, and
then the pulley. SST 09960-10010 (09962-01000,
09963-01000)

Figure 17

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Supercharger Kit
41. Remove the two bolts that secure the power steering
pump to the pump bracket. See Figure 18.

Figure 18

42. Install the TRD supplied idler pulley bracket to the front
of the power steering pump. See Figure 19. Use (2)
10mm x 1.25 x 100mm long bolts supplied. Both bolts
replace the OE bolts removed in Step 41. Torque bolts
to 39 N-m (29 ft-lbf).

43. Re-install the power steering pump pulley. Use the


Toyota Special Service Tool (SST) to stop the pulley
from rotating. Torque the set nut to 43 N-m (440 kgf-
cm, 32 ft-lbf).

Figure 19

44. Remove the bolt that secures the oil dipstick tube to the
front side of the engine. Rotate dipstick tube slightly to
the passenger side of the engine. See Figure 20.

45. If installing on the 2.7 L (3RZFE) engine, follow Steps


46 and 47, and then skip Step 48. If installing on the 2.4
L (2RZFE) engine, then skip Steps 46 and 47, and use
Step 48.

46. Remove one bolt from the water pump housing. See
arrow in Figure 20.

Figure 20

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Supercharger Kit
47. Remove the 2.7-L tensioner from the box. Insert the
95mm long countersunk head bolt through the
countersunk hole in the gold bracket. The bolt head A
should fit about flush with the front-side of the bracket.
B
Next, align the slot of the tensioner bracket to the raised
tang on the backside of the tensioner. Tighten the 10mm
x 1.5mm crush nut to 47 N-m (35 ft-lbf). Install the
TRD dynamic tensioner on the 2.7 L using two 8 x
1.25mm x 20mm long hex bolts with two 8mm washers
(Arrows A), and one 8 x 1.25mm x 95mm long hex
socket countersunk head bolt (Arrow B). See Figure
21. Leave the 8mm bolts finger tight and torque
countersunk head bolt first. Torque all bolts to 21 N-m
(16 ft-lbf). Figure 21

48. Install the TRD dynamic tensioner on the 2.4 L using


one 8 x 1.25mm x 20mm long hex bolt with 8mm
A
washer (Arrow A), and one 8 x 1.25mm x 20mm long
hex socket countersunk head bolt (Arrow B). See
Figure 22. Leave the 8mm bolt finger tight and torque
B
countersunk head bolt first. Torque both bolts to 21 N-m
(16 ft-lbf).

49. Re-install dipstick tube to the front of engine using the


OE bolt removed in Step 44. Torque bolt to 20 N-m (15
ft-lbf).

50. If your vehicle has eight round intake ports in the


cylinder head, then proceed with steps 51 and 52. If
your vehicle has four oval intake ports, then skip ahead Figure 22
to step 53.
Remove
51. The wires that connect to both the detonation sensor and
cover here
the crankshaft position sensor need to be routed below
the intake manifold. Remove the nylon split flexible
tubing around the area where the wires join the main
engine wire loom. See Figure 23. Separate the
detonation sensor and crankshaft position sensor wires
back about 6” to 8” from the original breakout point.
Use electrical tape to wrap the wires that have been split
out from the main wire loom. Re -install the nylon split
flexible tubing around the main wire loom. Use Separate
electrical tape to secure the flexible tubing. wires from
Figure 23 main loom
52. Connect the detonation sensor and crankshaft position
sensor connectors before installing the supercharger.

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Supercharger Kit
C. Installation of TRD Supercharger
53. Note: Please read all of step 53 before proceeding.
Before installing supercharger main assembly onto the
cylinder head, connect the 10-inch long bypass actuator Nose support
hose to the hose fitting in the intake chamber and the bracket
bypass actuator. When installing the supercharger, the
supercharger drive pulley and snout slides under the
power steering pump return hose. See Figure 24. Before
sliding the supercharger manifold over the attachment
studs, insert the fuel line banjo fitting through the TRD
manifold between intake ports three and four. It is
easiest to do this as the manifold is being lowered into
place after the supercharger snout is in position. Use Idler bracket
Figure 24
another person if necessary to help with the fuel inlet bolt hole
banjo fitting. Snug all the nuts and bolts to secure the
supercharger to the cylinder head. Start in the center of
the manifold and work outward towards the ends.
Torque fasteners to 29 N-m (300 kgf-cm, 22 ft-lbf)

54. Rotate the supercharger nose support bracket to align


the slot in the bracket with the idler bracket bolt hole.
See Figure 24. Use the supplied 10mm x 1.25 x 25mm
long hex bolt and 10mm washer to secure the nose
support bracket to the idler bracket. Finger tighten bolt.

55. Using the 8mm flange head nut supplied, secure the
upper L-portion of the chamber stay to the 8mm stud
that is in the bottom-side of the TRD intake manifold.
The stud should protrude through the slot in the
chamber stay. See Figure 25. Tighten chamber stay to
supercharger first, and then also tighten to the engine
mount. Torque: 20 N-m (200 kgf-cm, 15 ft-lbf). Finally,
torque the chamber stay 8mm through bolt and nylock
nut to 20 N-m (200 kgf-cm, 15 ft-lbf).

56. Tighten the 10mm bolt that secures the nose support
bracket to the idler pulley bracket. Torque: 41 N-m (420
kgf-cm, 30 ft-lbf)

57. Tighten the socket head cap screw to secure the nose
support bracket to the supercharger nose.
Torque: 13 N-m (130 kgf-cm, 10 ft-lbf)

58. Check both the power steering pressure hose and return Figure 25
hose for clearance to the supercharger snout. Both lines
should not touch the supercharger. Adjust lines as
necessary.

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Supercharger Kit
59. Reconnect the fuel inlet banjo fitting to fuel rail.
Torque: 29 N-m (300 kgf-cm, 22 ft-lbf)

60. Reconnect all four fuel injection connectors.

61. Attach injector wiring ground strap removed in Step 23


to the supercharger intake manifold using the supplied
6mm hex bolt and washer. See Figure 26. Torque:
8 N-m (80 kgf-cm, 6 ft-lbf)

Note: If your vehicle has eight round intake manifold


ports, then skip to step 64. If your vehicle has four oval
ports, then follow steps 62 and 63.

62. Route the crankshaft position sensor connector down


through the opening between intake port one and intake Figure 26
port two of the TRD supercharger manifold and connect
to the crankshaft position sensor.

63. Route detonation sensor connector through the intake


manifold between ports two and three, and then connect
to the detonation sensor.

64. Reconnect power steering idle up connector. Install the


OE wiring bracket on to the supercharger stud. Torque
nylock nut to 20 N-m (200 kgf-cm, 15 ft-lbf). See
Figure 27.

Install
Figure 27
bracket here

65. On vehicles with EGR, remove the EGR temperature


sensor (Arrow A) and EGR modulator bracket (Arrow
B) from the OE intake chamber. See Figure 28.

B
A

Figure 28

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Supercharger Kit
66. Check the OE intake chamber that was removed from
the vehicle. Look at the quantity and location of the
PCV/breather fitting/s that are next to the throttle body
surface. See Figure 29. Model year 2000 (2RZFE)
2.4 L intake chamber shown.

One 17mm OE
PCV fitting

Figure 29

67. Check the TRD intake chamber to make sure that the
quantity and location of the PCV/breather fitting/s
A
match the OE intake chamber. See Figure 30. Note:
TRD intake chamber is photographed off the engine for
clarity. If the fitting/s match, then proceed with Step 68.
If the fitting/s do not match, then use the supplied
fittings to duplicate the PCV/breather fitting/s in the OE
intake chamber. Re -use the 16mm nylon washers to seal
the fittings into the intake chamb er.

68. If vehicle has EGR, install the EGR temperature sensor


(Arrow A) to the TRD intake chamber. See Figure 30.
Figure 30
Otherwise, install the TRD-supplied 10mm x 1.25 x
12mm long bolt. Teflon thread tape is recommended.

69. If vehicle has EGR, then proceed with Steps 70 through


75. If vehicle has no EGR, then skip to Step 76.

70. Use one of the supplied EGR gaskets and install the
EGR valve to the backside of the TRD intake chamber.
See Figure 31. Use the OE EGR valve nuts removed in
Step 14. Leave the nuts loose at this time.

71. Use the second supplied EGR gasket and connect the
EGR feed tube to the EGR valve. Again, use the OE
nuts removed in Step 13. Leave nuts loose at this time.

72. Torque EGR valve nuts: 19 N-m (195 kgf-cm, 14 ft-lbf)

Figure 31

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73. Install the supplied EGR tube heat shield under the nuts
that attach the feed tube to the EGR valve. The bend in
the shield moves back towards the EGR feed tube.
Torque feed tube nuts: 19 N-m (195 kgf-cm, 14 ft-lbf)

74. Reconnect EGR coolant hose removed in Step 31.

75. Re-install the EGR modulator bracket to the backside of


the TRD intake chamber using the OE bolt removed in
Step 65. Refer to Figure 31.

76. If the vehicle has no EGR, then use one EGR gasket,
block-off plate, and two 8 x 1.25mm flange nuts to seal
the EGR passage located on the backside of the TRD
intake chamber. See Figure 32. Torque nuts: 19 N-m
(195 kgf-cm, 14 ft-lbf).

77. Position TRD supplied throttle body gasket on to the


studs on the TRD intake chamber. Position the OE
throttle body also on the studs. Do not install the nuts or
the bolts at this time.

78. Reconnect TPS and IAC connectors to the sensors in the


throttle body.

79. Reconnect cam position sensor connector removed in Figure 32


Step 27.

80. Tighten the OE nuts and bolts to secure the throttle body
to the intake chamber. Torque: 20 N-m (200 kgf-cm, 14
ft-lbf)

81. On vehicles with EGR, install the EGR modulator into


the bracket on the TRD intake chamber. See Figure 33.

82. Reconnect the brake booster vacuum hose to the hose


fitting on the side of the TRD intake chamber. See
Figure 33, Arrow “A”
A
83. Remove the OE fuel return pipe and hose. Disconnect
the OE hose at the hard line that is mounted on the inner
fender panel. Install the new supplied fuel return hose
using the OE clamps removed in Step 24. Route the new EGR
hose under the supercharger. modulator

84. Install supercharger drive belt using the TRD supplied


drive belt routing label as a guide.
Figure 33
85. Find a suitable area under the hood to mount the drive
belt routing label. Clean area to remove any dirt or
grease and affix label.

86. Re-install the radiator fan shroud removed in Step 38.

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87. Re-install the steel line that was removed from the fan
shroud in Step 35.

88. Remove the cam cover bolt and sealing washer from the
rear hole on the driver side of the cam cover. See “Z”
Cam bracket
Figure 34. Remove the sealing washer from the bolt. cover bolt
Use the cam cover bolt to mount the supplied “Z”
bracket onto the cam cover. The bracket should sit on
top of the sealing washer. Tighten cam cover bolt.

Figure 34

89. Mount the EGR modulator VSV to the “Z” bracket. See
Figure 35. Use the OE 6mm bolt and washer removed
in Step 26. Torque bolt: 8 N-m (80 kgf-cm, 6 ft-lbf)

90. Reconnect the VSV hoses and EGR modulator hoses


per the vacuum diagram on the underside of the vehicle
hood.

Figure 35

91. Reconnect the PCV hose from the PCV valve to the A B
PCV fitting in the TRD intake chamber. See Figure 36,
Arrow “A”

92. Reconnect the cam cover breather hose to the fitting on


the throttle body. See Figure 36, Arrow “B”.

Figure 36

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93. Re-install intake air connector onto throttle body. See
Figure 37. Secure intake air connector-to-connector
bracket using two OE nuts removed in Step 2. Torque
nuts: 18 N-m (185 kgf-cm, 13 ft-lbf)

94. Re-install air cleaner hose with resonator.

Figure 37

95. On 1995-2001 vehicles, follow Steps 95 and 96. Mount


OE DLC1 bracket to the unused boss on the cylinder
head. See Figure 38. Use the OE bolt removed in Step
DLC1
18. Torque bolt: 8 N-m (80 kgf-cm, 6 ft-lbf) Bracket
96. Slide the DLC1 onto the bracket until it locks into place.

Figure 38

97. On 2.4 L (2RZFE) engines with production dates of


01/95 to 08/98, skip to Step 98. On 2.4 L (2RZFE)
engines with production dates of 09/98 to present,
remove the 1/8 NPT plug in the top of the supercharger
manifold. See Figure 39. Install the supplied 1/8” brass
barb fitting into the manifold. Use Teflon pipe sealant
on the threads. Using the OE rubber vacuum hose,
reconnect the vacuum hose from the fuel pressure
regulator to the 1/8” brass barb fitting. Shorten the hose 1/8 NPT
as necessary. plug

Figure 39

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98. On 2.4 L (2RZFE) engines with production dates of
01/95 to 08/98 and all 2.7 L (3RZFE) engines,
reconnect the fuel pressure regulator hose to the air
connector.

99. Recheck all vacuum lines and connections for proper


placement and connections.

100. Apply the premium fuel stickers to the fuel gauge and
fuel filler door.

101. Apply the TRD Executive Order (EO) label to the


underside of the hood. The EO label will alert state
smog inspectors that the TRD supercharger has been
certified emissions legal in all 50 states.

102. On vehicles that do not need the ¼” vacuum hose fitting


which is installed into the front of the TRD intake
chamber, remove the rubber cap from the OE intake
chamber fitting and use it to cap the TRD fitting. See
Figure 40 for TRD fitting location.

103. Use the supplied cable ties to secure any wiring or hoses
as necessary.

104. Re-install the battery. ¼” hose


fitting
105. Re-attach the positive cable, then the negative cable.

106. Start engine and check for any leaks. If any leaks are
found, diagnose leaks and repair as necessary. Figure 40
107. On vehicles that require the Dastek ECU, disconnect the
vehicle battery and install the Dastek ECU using the
installation instructions and wiring diagrams provided
with the ECU.

108. On vehicles that do not use the Dastek ECU, the


installation is complete.

Note: In order to reach optimum performance, the


vehicle must be driven several hundred miles (usually
one to two tanks of fuel). These miles after the
supercharger installation will allow the OE ECU to fully
adjust to the additional airflow provided by the
supercharger.

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D. Vacuum Diagrams

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Supercharger Kit

Symptom Possible Causes Corrective Action


Idles rough, “pings” Lean condition—vacuum leak Check vacuum line connections for leaks and cracked ends
(Trouble Code P0171—Lean Code)
Review factory service manual for proper factory vacuum routing

Review instructions for proper vacuum line routing

Recheck torque on throttle body bolts

Recheck the torque on the intake manifold bolts


Pings during acceleration Low octane fuel Use only premium fuel

Computer has yet to adjust to Drive several hundred miles in different driving modes (not all steady-state
superchager highway cruising for example)

Insufficient fuel delivery Dirty fuel filter—replace and follow the factory diagnosis and replacement
procedures

Low fuel pressure—follow the factory diagnosis and replacement procedures

Injector(s) clogged—follow the factory diagnosis and replacement procedures


Low boost Belt slipping Check condition of belt —oily, worn, high mileage

Air filter dirty Check/replace air filter—TRD dyno tests have shown that the TRD air filter
is among the best on the market for flow and filtering charactersitcis—
consider installing one now

Throttle not fully opened Recheck and adjust the throttle and transmission cables. Be sure that full
depression on the gas pedal achieves full throttle opening at the throttle body.
Makes a moderately loud noise under full Normal supercharger sound No remedy. Superchargers are an air pump and the pumping action is
throttle—intake noise impossible without some noise.
Rattling at idle—goes away at just above idle Normal supercharger sound Slight rattle at idle is normal, but only if the noise sharply decreases at 400-
500 rpm above idle
Rattling at idle—gets louder with higher rpm Drive housing bearing wear or Call TRD for further diagnosis
or louder with more boost pressure backlash

Idler pulley bearing wear or Diagnose by removing belt from supercharger and running engine for less
excessive freeplay than 30 seconds. If noise continues, source of problem is not within
supercharger.
Supercharger belt jumps across pulley groove Misaligned tensioner pulley or Check the mounting and alignment of both the tensioner pulley and also the
idler pulley idler pulley

Damaged pulleys Be sure that the pulleys all run true—no eccentricity
Supercharger belt leaves grey/black powder Normal break-in residue No corrective action necessary—belt should be fully broken in after 2000
on drive housing and other areas miles
Supercharger appears to leak oil from drive Front seal not fully broken in No immediate corrective action is necessary—seal should be fully mated to
housing pulley after 2000 miles. If leaking continues, contact TRD.

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