Early this past spring I replaced the timing chain and all related gears on my 1986 Toyota 4x4 pickup, or Hilux, as you guys call them. At the time I did the oil pump and gears, the water pump, hoses, and the radiator. I am not a mechanic so I was really pleased and proud that I got through it but knew that still more work needed doing. As of this week, it's got a new clutch, pressure plate, clutch release bearing, pilot bushing, a resurfaced fly wheel, rear main crankshaft seal, transfer case front and rear output shaft seals, a new alternator and a new fuel pump. I timed the ignition (gasoline engine) and adjusted the valves. Runs like a Swiss watch and after all the work I put into it, I'd expect it to! I left no job undone. Nothing over-looked.
I just went out to haul a load of rubbish to the land fill.
The battery is dead.