Ok so i have a 1988 2wd 22r toyota truck, first off the engine is from an 89, the body is 88, we bought the 88 body because it came from florida and had no rust, we already had an 89 with nothing but rust and a perfect engine, the engine ran like new, so we figured put it in the good body. we had my cousin do this because hes a mechanic, everything works fine and all, runs good, no knocking, starts up almost every time, but wont run under 2000rpm, you have to hold the clutch and press the gas to keep it running, i was trying to sell it but i might still try to fix it if i can, so any suggestions would be appreciated.
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make sure the horn itself is grounded to the body... take off one of the screws that holds the horn to the body and sand down any paint or rust off of body and horn base so that a good ground connection can be made..
on my 83 2wd truck, facing the engine, it is on the top left at the front of the engine, with one small hose going in the top, and two hoses coming out of the side.....that is for a 22r engine...which i think yours has also
I've rebuilt my engine on my '86 22R-E.
I'm willing to bet the timing chain cover it cracked if the timing chain broke. Coolant does run through the timing chain cover and the water pump is mounted to it.
Best thing to do is get a Chilton manual at the Autoparts store. It runs about $20. That way you have better researchmaterial. It will give you step by step procedure to do repairs.
If you have a 22r carbed then all 22r carbed engines from 1981-1995 will interchange. You may need to use sensor out of your old engine however. The 20r,22r,22re,22ret all have the same mounts and tranny bolt patterns. how ever there are lot of differences. you can swap from a 22r to a 22re but you must also swap the entire vehical wiring harness to do it right. if you have a 3.0L i would keep the same engine. some people have swap to the tacoma 3.6L but that is a expensive swap not exsactly bolt on so to say. If you have a 22re then stay with the 1986-1987 22re because the newer 22re use different computers, electronics ,sensors and more.. Same story with the 22ret. I hoped this helped.