The best thing would be to get a vacuum schematic. Get one from MOTORLIT.COM. You might also try to obtain an original Toyota workshop manual for the 22RE engine. Take a look under the hood of your vehicle....there should be a sticker (unless you have replaced the hood for some reason), that will show you a diagram of the vaccuum lines and where they are correctly connected. If you cannot find this sticker, try asking your local Toyota dealership for a copy of the sticker, diagrams from their repair manuals, or look into purchasing a Chilton's Repair Manual at your local auto parts store (about $20.00).
The recommended spark plug gap for a 1994 Toyota 22RE is .032"
Since it is fuel injected, you will trip the engine light if you start ditching hoses. Now if you are running a smog exempt engine, you can lose just about every smog component you are running and ignore the light. But I'm not sure why else you would want to unplug hoses?
22RE or the 3.0L.
Is the AC turned on?
yeah It is
take it to the crusher
Right below the oil filter.
head gasket is leaking into oil
the spring should always go to the inside of the engine
the 89 toys had the 22r 22re and 3.0 v6
Full synthetic SAE 10w30.
The recommended spark plug gap for a 1986 Toyota 22RE is .032"
Anyone can tell me that what is of the ignition timing of the 22R engine, carberator ? Haynes book states; Zero for 22R, and 5 degrees for 22RE.
what does the ignitor assembly do on a 87 toyota 4runner(22re)
22r or 22re unless it's been changed.
Inside the gas tank
Five hundred dollars.
85-95 Pickups and 4-Runners; also the 83-85 Celica