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22re engine i just put a new engine in my 92 ext cab 4x4 pickup and my exhaust manifold is glowing red hot but my temp gaude never got over half way. what causes this to happen?

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SOURCE: install 02 sensor,92 pick up 22re,automatic,4cyc.

you will need an o2 sensor tool you can get one at eney auto part store. first disconect the 3 or 4 prog wire form the o2 sensor place tool and remove some toyota trucks have them on the exost manifolds some of them on the exost pip just be for the catolitek converter.

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yes, the web site called northwestoffroad.com order the $5.00 mag. has all u need. also check website LG engineering.com. but what ever u do don't install a 3.0l v6 toyota truck engine has no power. good luck

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 89 toyota 22re sr5 ext cab 2wd 5sp manul slips out of 1st and 3rd

One quick fix, that may or may not help....Under your shifting boot, turn the collar that holds in your shifter, it should release, and let you take the shifter up. There is a plastic ball on the end, see that it isn't worn, and look at the part that the plastic ball goes into. Too much wear here can cause a problem. These are available!
If not...synchro's are very difficult to replace in a standard transmission.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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The catylitic converter is clogged. It needs replaced on it will be fine.

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 1994 toyota pickup ext cab 4x4.

You might check for exhaust in the coolant ... perhaps you have a small head gasket leak that is the problem.

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

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