Your Scion dealership isn't the only place to buy trusted parts to repair your tC. Car aficionados appreciate the dependability built into each Scion, and understand that only top quality replacement tC parts will suffice when your car or truck needs fixing. Scion automobile owners have grown accustomed to a certain level of best-in-class value when driving their tC around town. Obviously, you didn't buy your tC unless you knew that you wanted Japanese engineering and driver satisfaction both impeccably combined into one car, truck, or SUV.
The longevity of our engines depends on how well they are cared for and lubricated. All of your engine's internal parts receive their oil through passages in the block, and it's under pressure created by your Scion tC oil pump. It uses the rotation of either the crankshaft or camshaft to pressurize oil and send it throughout your Scion tC engine. On engines with mechanically timed ignition, the oil pump sits in the oil pan and is connected to the distributor. On newer engines, the oil pump is mounted between the water pump and engine block.
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