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Join the Fight Against Air Pollution! All Genuine Toyota air filters: Feature triple layer construction that traps and retains as much as 30% more contaminants than some aftermarket air filters which only contain a single layer. Utilize a rigid, molded polyurethane resin frame that helps maintain a tight seal, while also reducing noise transmitted to the interior of the vehicle. Are original equipment, engineered specifically for Toyota vehicles—they’re the same filters that came with your Toyota from the factory! Tip: Changing your air filter routinely ensures that your engine maintains the proper air flow for maximum performance. To ensure the most trouble-free operation of your Toyota, please check your vehicle’s Scheduled Maintenance Guide or consult your Toyota dealer for proper air filter change intervals. MODEL YEAR ENGINE AVALON 1995-1999 2000-2004 2005- V6 (1MZFE) V6 (1MZFE) V6 (2GRFE) CAMRY/HV 1992-1996 4 Cyl. (5SFE),V6 (3VZFE, 1MZFE) 1997-1999 4 Cyl. (5SFE) 1997-2001 4 Cyl. (5SFE),V6 (1MZFE) 1997-2001 V6 (1MZFE) 2000-2001 4 Cyl. (5SF#) 2002-2006 4 Cyl. (2AZFE) 2002-2006 V6 (1MZFE,3MZFE) 2007-2009 4 Cyl. (2AZFE) 20074 Cyl. (2AZFXE) 2007V6 (2GRFE) 2007V6 (2GRFE) 20104 Cyl. (2ARFE) PART NO. CUST. ID# MODEL 17801-03010 17801-03010 17801-AD010 20062009200920092009- 17801-03010 17801-03010 17801-03010 17801-03010 17801-03010 17801-0H010 17801-0H010 17801-0H050 17801-0H010 17801-31120 17801-AD010 17801-0H050 CELICA ENGINE PART NO. V6 (2GRFE) 4 Cyl. (2ARFE) MARK 17801 -31120 4 Cyl. (2ARFE) MARK 17801 -AD010 V6 (2GRFE) (J) V6 (2GRFE) (L) V8 (2UZFE) V8 (2UZFE,3URFE,3URFBE) V8 (1URFE) 17801-07010 17801-0S010 17801-0S010 1998-2003 2004-2006 2007-2010 20112011- V6 (1MZFE) V6 (3MZFE) V6 (2GRFE) 4 Cyl. (1ARFE) V6 (2GRFE) 17801-03010 17801-0H010 17801-0H010 17801-0P050 17801-0P050 SOLARA 1999-2002 4 Cyl.(2AZFE),V6(1MZFE), 4 Cyl.(5SFE) 17801-03010 20044 Cyl. (2AZFE),V6 (3MZFE) 17801-0H010 SUPRA 1986-1993 1994-1998 6 Cyl. (7MGTE) 6 Cyl. (2JZGE) 17801-70020-83 17801-07020
CABIN AIR FILTER IDENTIFICATION / INSTALLATION IMPORTS AFC1154 Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eclipse Spyder, Endeavor, Galant; Subaru B9 Tribeca, Legacy, Outback, Tribeca; Toyota 4Runner, Celica, FJ Cruiser, Prius, Sienna Tabs Filter Housing Hinges OE: Fits: Size: 87139-47010, 88508-20120 2011-on Mitsubishi Eclipse 2004-08, 2010-11 Mitsubishi Endeavor 2004-on Mitsubishi Galant 2011 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder 2006-07 Subaru B9 Tribeca 2005-09 Subaru Legacy, Outback 2008-on Subaru Tribeca 2003-on Toyota 4Runner 2000-05 Toyota Celica 2007-on Toyota FJ Cruiser 2001-09 Toyota Prius 2004-05 Toyota Sienna 8 15/32 x 8 15/32 x 21/32 (215.1 x 215.1 x 16.7) 4. Push up on back of glove compartment to release glove compartment hinges. 5. Pull out glove compartment. (Right side of glove compartment remains attached.) 6. Squeeze tabs on left and right sides of filter housing and remove. Left Side Filter Housing Right Side 1. Open passenger side door. 2. Open glove compartment. 3. Push in on left and right sides of glove compartment to release glove compartment. 7. Remove filter from filter housing. 8. Replace filter and reassemble. Notice: The information provided is based on the latest authoritative information available at press time. However, due to manufacturers’ changes, and year and model variations, Hastings Premium Filters cannot be responsible for misapplications and instruction errors. F420-AFC1154 (139127) (R 2/12) © 2012 Hastings Premium Filters Printed in U.S.A.
Quarter Master® 7.25" 2004-2011 Subaru WRX STI 8-Leg Billet Clutch Kits Lake Zurich, IL – Drivetrain performance leader develops 7.25" 2004-2011 Subaru WRX STI 8-Leg Billet Clutch Kits for stock, street/strip, drag, drifting and road racing applications. Drawing on an extensive, race-winning heritage, Quarter Master® has developed two all new 7.25" Subaru WRX STI 8Leg Billet Clutch Kits that perform well in a broad range of street performance and racing platforms. The kits include a two-disc 8-leg pull-to push conversion clutch, flywheel and hydraulic release bearing. These new clutches are engineered with a low moment of inertia and gear drive friction design that creates quicker, smoother shifts. And, they feature an open design that allows more efficient cooling during extended race use. Designed for easier and less expensive maintenance, the 7.25" Subaru WRX STI 8-Leg Billet Clutches are also completely racer rebuildable for a longer service life. Designed to handle up to 600 ft./lbs. of torque, they can be used in stock, street performance, drag, drifting and road racing applications. The race version of the kit features a flywheel weighing 8.4 lbs., while the street version’s flywheel comes in at 10.3 lbs. Each kit provides dependable performance in shifting, consistent pedal feel and torque holding capacity....
Exterior and Interior FORD EVEREST Speciﬁcations Everest 3.0L 4X4 XLT (AT) Feature Engine Engine Model Type Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) Intercooler Displacement (cc) Bore & Stroke (mm) Compression Ratio Maximum Power (bhp (PS)/ rpm) Maximum Torque (Nm/rpm) Fuel System Fuel Tank Capacity (L) WEC Inline 4 Cylinder DOHC 16V Equipped Equipped 2953 96 x 102 18.0 : 1 154 (156)/3200 380/1800 Direct Injection Commonrail 71 Chassis Wide accessible rear cabin Transmission 1st Gear Ratio 2nd Gear Ratio 3rd Gear Ratio 4th Gear Ratio 5th Gear Ratio Reverse Gear Ratio Limited Slip Differential (LSD) 4X4 Automatic Shift-on-the-Fly Anti Roll Bar Side indicator and puddle lamp 5-Speed Automatic 3.220 2.290 1.550 1.000 0.710 3.070 3.727 Equipped Front & Rear Brake Front Rear Ventilated Disc Drum Steering Type Power assisted Turning Circle - curb to curb (m) Ball & Nut Equipped 12.6 Suspension Side step 18" Alloy wheels Sleek modern headlamps and chrome grille Front Rear Double Wishbone, Torsion Bar Leaf Spring Wheel Type Alloy Wheel 18" Tyre 255/60 R18 Front & Rear Dimensions & Weight Front & Rear Track (mm) Wheelbase (mm) Overall Front Tracks (mm) Overall Length (mm) Overall Width (mm) Overall Height (mm) Ground Clearance (mm) Curb Weight (kg) Approach Angle (Degree) 1485 / 1480 2860 1445 5062 1788 1826 214 2025 32 Exterior Roof rails Air-condition vents for rear cabin 2-tier armrest AUX and USB port The New Ford Everest Body Color Front & Rear Bumper Side Mirror with Integrated Side Turning Signal Puddle Lamp Multi Reﬂector Head Lamp Front Fog Lamp Chrome Front Grille Chrome Door Handle Lockable Spare Wheel Cover Roof Rails Front Wiper Rear Wiper Side Steps
TOYOTA SIZE FAMILY 13568-39015 13568-09130 97 RU 25 13568-59106 13568-54070 13568-54071 13568-54080 13568-59065 13568-59066 129 MR 31 13568-54050 13568-54051 13568-54060 13568-54090 13568-59025 13568-59026 13568-59027 13568-59075 13568-54010 13568-54020 13568-54030 13568-54040 13568-59015 13568-59016 13568-59017 130 MR 25 HILUX 1982-1988 HILUX TIGER LN40-55 127 ZA 25 ENGINE HILUX 2.2L (D) 1979-1982 HIACE 2.2L (D) CROWN 2.2L (D) MARK II 2.2L (D) CHASER 2.2L (D) HILUX VIGO 2003-ON FORTUNER 2004-ON HILUX D4D 1998-2001 HIACE COMMUTER 2005-ON INNOVA 2004-2012 (DIESEL) HILUX 1988-1995 MIGHTY-X, TIGER, L.CRUISER 2.4L 1KD, 2KD 1998-2012 2L-II, 3L, 5L 1988-95 L, 2L, 2L-T 1982-88 L 1979-82
Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information and system operation limitations. • cellular telephone should not be used for any purpose while A driving so full attention may be given to vehicle operation. • Always wear your seat belt. • Supplemental air bags do not replace proper seat belt usage. • hildren 12 and under should always ride in the rear seat C properly secured in child restraints or seat belts according to their age and weight. • Do not drink and drive. For more information, refer to the “Safety — Seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system (section 1)”, “Center display, heater, air conditioner, audio, phone and voice recognition systems (section 4)” and “Starting and driving (section 5)” of your Owner’s Manual. Additional information about your vehicle is also available in your Owner’s Manual, Navigation System Owner’s Manual and at www.nissanusa.com. 1562944_14b_Rogue_QRG_110513.indd 5 To view detailed instructional videos, go to www.nissanownersinfo.mobi/ 2014/rogue or snap this barcode with an appropriate barcode reader. 11/5/13 10:47 AM new system features AROUND VIEW® MONITOR with moving object detection (mod) (if so equipped) With the ignition switch in the ON position, the Around View® Monitor is activated by pressing the CAMERA button 01 , located on the control panel, or by moving the shift lever to the R (REVERSE) position. The monitor displays various views of the position of the vehicle. 01 hen the shift lever is in the P (PARK), N (NEUTRAL) or D (DRIVE) position and the W CAMERA button 01 is pressed, the following views will display in order: Start from any Control Panel screen Front view & bird’s-eye view Press Front view & front-side view Press Press When the shift lever is in the R (REVERSE) position and the CAMERA button 01 is pressed, the following views will display in order: Rear view & bird’s-eye view Rear view & front-side view Press Press he colored guide lines on the display screen indicate vehicle width and approximate distances
DODGE FRONT LOWER CROSSMEMBER REPLACEMENT The left and right fender and shotgun rail assemblies on the 2002 and later Dodge Ram, 2004 and later Dodge Durango, and the 2005 and later Dodge Dakota, are connected in the front by two radiator crossmembers. Both crossmembers are bolted to the rail assemblies. The upper crossmember is bolted on from the outside, and easily removed. The lower crossmember, however, is sleeved over or into the shotgun rail on both ends 75 mm. Until the Chrysler Group ﬁnalized a procedure recently, the lower radiator crossmember could not be replaced unless one of the fender and shotgun rail assemblies was being sectioned. Now, if just the lower radiator crossmember is damaged, it can be replaced without sectioning the fender and shotgun rail assemblies. There are different conﬁgurations of this lower crossmember, depending on the model and model year. The 2006 and later Durango and Ram, for example, have slotted holes across the front (see Figure 1). The Dakota has a lower bar attachment that must be removed at least on one side before removing the crossmember. This procedure will be shown to replace the damaged front lower radiator crossmember on the 2004 Durango shown in Figure 2. This procedure can be modiﬁed for the other designs. The replacement part for the Durango that is shown includes a support bracket for the A/C condenser (see...
SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions are in inches (millimeters) unless otherwise noted. All dimensions measured on ST model at curb weight with standard tires unless otherwise noted. GENERAL INFORMATION Assembly Plant __________________________________________ Dodge City (Warren, Michigan) Introduction Date_______________________________________________________October 2004 ® EPA Vehicle Class ___________________________________ Club Cab and Quad Cab™ pickup ® ENGINE: NEXT-GENERATION 3.7-LITER, SOHC, 12-VALVE SMPI V-6 MAGNUM Availability ___________________________________________________________________ Std. Type and Description ________________________ 90-degree V-6, liquid-cooled with balance shaft Displacement ________________________________________________226 cu. in. (3701 cu. cm) Bore x Stroke ________________________________________________ 3.66 x 3.57 (93.0 x 90.8) Valve System ________________ Chain-driven SOHC, 12 valves, hydraulic end-pivot roller rockers Fuel Injection __________________________________ Sequential, multi-port, electronic, returnless Construction _______________ Cast-iron block and bedplate, aluminum alloy heads, balance shaft Compression Ratio ___________________________________________________________ 9.7:1 Power (estimated SAE net)______________________ 210 bhp (157 kW) @ 5,200 rpm (58.1 bhp/L) Torque (estimated SAE net) _____________________________ 235 lb.-ft. (319 N•m) @ 4,000 rpm Max. Engine Speed_____________________________________ 6,000 rpm (electronically limited) Fuel Requirement __________________________________Unleaded regular, 87 octane (R + M)/2 Oil Capacity_________________________________________________ 5.0 qt. (4.7L) SAE 5W/20 Emission Controls ________________ Dual three-way catalytic converters, heated oxygen sensors, _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ and internal engine features(a) Estimated EPA Fuel Economy mpg (City/Hwy) ___ 2WD: 16/22—manual trans., 17/22—auto. trans. 4WD: 16/20—manual trans., 15/19—auto. trans. ® NEXT-GENERATION 4.7-LITER MAGNUM , SOHC, 16-VALVE SMPI V-8 Availability __________________________________________________Standard output: Opt.—all Type and Description _____________________________________________ V-type, liquid-cooled Displacement ________________________________________________287 cu. in. (4701 cu. cm) Bore x Stroke ________________________________________________ 3.66 x 3.40 (93.0 x 86.5) Valve System ________________ Chain-driven SOHC, 16 valves, hydraulic end-pivot roller rockers
SPECIFICATIONS All dimensions are in inches (millimeters) unless otherwise noted. All dimensions measured on ST model at curb weight with standard tires unless otherwise noted. GENERAL INFORMATION Body Styles Extended Cab, Crew Cab Assembly Plant Warren Truck Assembly (Dodge City), Warren, Mich. EPA Vehicle Class Mid-sized Extended Cab and Crew Cab pickup truck Introduction Date October 2004 ENGINE: 3.7-LITER, SOHC, 12-VALVE SMPI V-6 MAGNUM ® Availability Standard on Dakota ST, Big Horn (Lone Star) and Laramie Type and Description 90-degree V-6, liquid-cooled with balance shaft Displacement 226 cu. in. (3701 cu. cm) Bore x Stroke 3.66 x 3.57 (93.0 x 90.8) Valve System Chain-driven SOHC, 12 valves, hydraulic end-pivot roller rockers Fuel Injection Sequential, multi-port, electronic, returnless Construction Cast-iron block and bedplate, aluminum alloy heads, balance shaft Compression Ratio 9.7:1 Power (estimated SAE net) 210 bhp (157 kW) @ 5,200 rpm (58.1 bhp/L) Torque (estimated SAE net) 235 lb.-ft. (319 N•m) @ 4,000 rpm Max. Engine Speed 6,000 rpm (electronically limited) Fuel Requirement Unleaded regular, 87 octane (R + M)/2 Oil Capacity 5.0 qt. (4.7L) SAE 5W/20 Emission Controls Dual three-way catalytic converters, heated oxygen sensors, and internal engine (a) features Estimated EPA Fuel Economy mpg (City/Hwy) 2WD: 15/20—Auto Transmission 4WD: 14/18—Auto Transmission http://www.media.chrysler.com 1 ENGINE: 4.7-LITER, SOHC, 16-VALVE SMPI V-8 Availability Optional on Dakota Big Horn and Laramie Type and Description V-type, liquid-cooled Displacement 287 cu. in. (4701 cu. cm) Bore x Stroke 3.66 x 3.40 (93.0 x 86.5) Valve System Chain-driven SOHC, 16 valves, hydraulic end-pivot roller rockers Fuel Injection Sequential, multi-port, electronic, returnless Construction Cast-iron block, aluminum alloy heads Compression Ratio 9.0:1—standard output Power (SAE Net) 302 bhp (224 kW) @ 5,650 rpm (64.2 bhp/L)—standard output Torque (SAE Net) 329 lb.-ft. (454 N•m) @ 3,950 rpm—standard output Max. Engine Speed
Zend Enterprise PHP Patterns As the Senior Architect for Zend Global Services during the first three years of the group’s existence, I had the opportunity to work with some of the largest PHP applications on the planet and solve many interesting challenges around performance, security, and architecture. At the time there was little in the way of tools or standards to accomplish these tasks, and the group often had to create the solutions to our customers’ problems from scratch. The fruit of these efforts has largely been captured in this book—a compilation of techniques around performance, architecture, security, and more taken directly from my experiences. Thankfully, a lot has changed since 2004, and now extensive tools and techniques exist to solve more effectively many of the issues we struggled with. From powerful open source frameworks such as Zend Framework to the advanced tools provided by Zend Studio for Eclipse and Zend Platform, it is now easier to diagnose and address issues than it has ever been. That said, there are still many things that require the touch of a knowledgeable engineer, and it is my sincere hope that you will find this book a useful insight into how these tools, with some key knowledge, can help you solve many of the common problems faced in world-class PHP applications today. The Web and its challenges are always going to be moving targets, changing nearly daily as technology evolves. The goal of this book is not only to teach you the practical solutions for some of the common problems for today but also to give you insight that I hope will help you solve the problems of tomorrow. Enjoy!