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I have a 86 Toyota with a 22r with a weber 32/36 it has a rough idle and even dies untill warm and it is overheating some of the time

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You may need a tune up- new plugs, filters, distributor cap and rotor, oil and filter. If your plug wires are brittle, cracked, or real, real old they should be replaced.
But before spending money, you might want a compression test to check the internal mechanical condition. Low compression in a cylinder from a burnt valve, or poorly seating valves, could cause rough idling and missing. That would have to be fixed first. You can buy a compression gauge for about $30 and do it yourself. Look on youtube or google for the correct procedure. It is really easy, and can help you decide if the engine needs repairs first, or if you can proceed with a tune up.
If you still have the rough idle, it could be in the carburetor. If your engine is worthy, consider a weber carburetor- lots of people with those engines use the weber 32-36. Better performance and economy than the stock carburetors, and they are sold with the adapter plate, gaskets, everything you need to install it on your intake. Kind of expensive, though. Last time I checked, they ran about $250. for new.

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The carb may be able to be rebuilt but those old *** carbs where not very good to start with. The Weber application is a great one and will last a very long time you can also get a kit for a holley if you want to get more performance. The engine in your truck will last forever as you already know but it will start leaking oil on the front side of the engine. When this happens the tech will try to replace the pan gasket but the problem will be the front main seal. When this happens have the tech change the timing chain at same time and you will save a fortune.

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if it is a carburated engine it is probably the a.a.p. diaphragm in the carb. if you remove the air cleaner and look on the side of the carb that is towards the valve cover near the front yow will see a vacuum hose going to a cover that is fastened with 3 screws. if you pull the vacuum line off you will see that there is probably fuel being sucked into the line due to the leaking diaphragm. the vacuum source is temp controlled and cuts off when warm. but when cold sucks fuel directly into the intake. remove the 3 screws to replace the diaphragm, being carefull of the spring. good luck!

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