Toyota Land Cruiser

FJ60, FJ62 and FJ80 1980-1997 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Toyota Land Cruiser
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling systems, heating
- 5. Fuel and exhaust systems
   + 5.1. Carburetor engines
   - 5.2. Engines with fuel injection
      5.2.1. Technical characteristics
      5.2.2. Decompression of fuel system
      + 5.2.3. Fuel pump and pressure of fuel
      5.2.4. Fuel pipes and joints
      5.2.5. Fuel pump
      5.2.6. Fuel level sensor
      5.2.7. Air filter
      5.2.8. Cable of the drive of a butterfly valve
      - 5.2.9. System of electronic injection of fuel (EFI system)
         5.2.9.1. Check of system of electronic injection of fuel
         - 5.2.9.2. Units of system of electronic injection of fuel
            5.2.9.2.1. Case of a butterfly valve
            5.2.9.2.2. Sensor of an angle of rotation of a butterfly valve
            5.2.9.2.3. Fuel pressure regulator
            5.2.9.2.4. Valve of the regulator of turns of idling
            5.2.9.2.5. Distributor of fuel and nozzle
            5.2.9.2.6. Leveling camera
+ 6. System of decrease in toxicity
+ 7. Transmission
+ 8. Brake system
+ 9. Suspension brackets and steering
+ 10. Body
+ 11. Electric equipment
+ 12. Electrical circuitries



5.2.9.2.2. Sensor of an angle of rotation of a butterfly valve

GENERAL INFORMATION

Table of check of the sensor of turn of a butterfly valve (1988-92)

Gap between the lever and the screw of a butterfly valve
Couples of conclusions
Resistance
0 mm
VTA-E2
0,3 – 6,3 kOhm
0,50 mm
IDL-V2
<2,3 kOhm
0,75 mm
IDL-V2
infinity
The gate is completely open
VTA-E2
3,5 – 10,3 kOhm
VC-E2
4,52 – 8,25 kOhm

The table of check of the sensor of turn of a butterfly valve (since 1983)

Gap between the lever and the screw of a butterfly valve
Couples of conclusions
Resistance
0 mm
VTA-E2
0,2 – 5,7 kOhm
0,50 mm
IDL-V2
<2,3 kOhm
0,75 mm
IDL-V2
infinity
The gate is completely open
VTA-E2
2,0 – 10,2 kOhm
VC-E2
2,5 – 5,9 kOhm

Check

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Disconnect the socket from the sensor.
2. Between the restrictive screw of a butterfly valve and the lever lay the probe of the set thickness (1 – the lever, 2 – the limiter, 3 – the place of making of the probe).
3. Measure resistance between couples of conclusions specified in the corresponding tables, laying probes of various thickness (1 – an ohmmeter, 2 – depression, 3 – the probe).
4. If the measured resistance differs from specified in the table, then between the lever and the screw of the gate lay the probe 0,93 mm thick (on cars of 1988-92) or 0,62 mm (on cars since 1993) and connect an ohmmeter to conclusions of IDL and E2. Release screws of fastening of the sensor and slowly turn the sensor clockwise until the ohmmeter does not show a gap.
5. Tighten screws and by means of probes of the set thickness check resistance between the specified conclusions again.
6. If adjustment did not possible to achieve the set resistance, then remove the sensor and replace, then adjust.