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Old 04-23-2011, 10:07 AM   #1
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22RE running bad

Working on a 94' Toyota pickup.
I was driving my yota down some old county roads earlier when I stopped for a second. I went to take off and it coughed a little bit. Then it started spitting and sputtering All the way back home. I barely made it. I popped the hood and gave it some gas, and it started coughing back through the TB. No check engine light. It evens idles rough. I'm not even sure where to start. Should I trailer into town and put a scanner on it? Will it have a code with no check engine light? Fuel pump? Tps sensor?
BTW, I know going propane will fix this problem buts that's not an option right now.
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have you checked spark plug wires?
Grounding wires under the hood?
I'm no 22RE expert but those are few that I would check.
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I've checked the plug wires. Haven't messed with the ground yet. I barely got it running enough to limp it into my shop. The fuel pump is working, but not sure what the pressure is.
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I've read stuff on the wire that are under the intake above the fuel filter. Their are serveral wires connected together cuasing issues like what you are having. You may want to look their to make sure they are intact and not corroided.
Just another place to double check.
I also know their is limp mode that the 22RE reverts to if something goes wrong. I don't know the just of what to do. But you may want to look that up in Pirates4x4.
amyway, post back if you figure that one out.
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Well, I traced some wires today and didn't find anything. It's driving me nuts. It's probably something simple, just hard to find. I'd love to just throw propane on it but it's gunna run me a little over 1k bucks to do so.unless I went with a nash kit, and that would still run around 800.
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Well, I have an even bigger issue now. I can't get it to run bad anymore. To some this is good, but to me it has me worried. I ran it around for a good hour yesterday with the a/c on to get it nice and warm. Ran perfect. I don't want to just write it off and it crap out on me at the summer run. I tried pirate but of course the web wheeling keyboard commandos over there just know how to talk trash and tell me to look in the " Toyota Bible". ( which I have read like crazy). It's funny how people can run their mouths through a computer screen.
Anyways, enough with my rambling. If anyone has ANY ideas, please send them my way.
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I could get you some part numbers together so you could piece together your own propane kit. When I did mine I think it came out to around $500 but I think the stuff we got for Gooch's set-up was even cheaper. You could buy one component at a time that way and it wouldn't be such a shock to your wallet.
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If you don't mind, that would be great.
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If you don't mind, that would be great.
Harley did this for me and I was out $400 and that was tanks and all. Go to the toyota bible here

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Ok, thanks. Keep in mind that this is a 22re. So I'd have to swap a coil and distributor off a 22r. If I try and use my EFi intake I'll have to use a different adapter than the carb on a 22r. Or I can swap the intake for a carb model. I know it would be easy to just to buy a kit from gotpropane, but I'm somewhat off a [email protected] and like to save coin when I can.
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Old 05-18-2011, 01:02 PM   #13
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A little update on my problem.........
I was wiring in a CB radio the other night, when I think I may have found my problem. I was letting my accessories run while I was doing work inside the cab. I went to start it up and move it out of the shop. It barely had enough juice to start up. After running a minute Or two it began to run really bad again. It eventually died and didn't have enough power to start again. My amp gauge was very low. I then remembered when it started running bad the first time, the same thing happened..... Wouldn't fire back up due to a dead battery. Never are charge light or anything. I pulled the alternator and battery (6 pack optima) and brought them to get tested. The alternator tested great but the battery showed it needed charge. So they charged it to%100. 20 minutes later it was back down to 58%. I exchanged the battery and reinstalled everything.
All and all I think Ive been getting low voltage to the ecm. Because when I charged the battery back up it would run great. Btw I also found a ground by the alternator that wasn't hooked up.
Anyone else have an opinion on this?
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