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It was dying it made a niose like a clapping as i gave it more gas the louder it got and started to go slower. efi 4cy 242,356 miles

My 22re 4cyc EFI 88 Toyota pickup has 242,356 miles on it Where can i get a new used eng from in NC for it some guy.s say i need to have a valve job some say junk i like my lil truck lot. sometimes when i go over a bump it will turn off then i have to restart it. As it was dying it made a niose like a clapping as i gave it more gas the louder it got and started to go slower. it died at home.

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  • Devon Sacco
    Devon Sacco May 11, 2010

    I've rebuilt my '86. I feel the same love.

    A used, good 22RE engine is a gamble. Personally, I would get a rebuilt engine. Do you want something just to get by, or something that will be more dependable?

    How much are you willing to spend?

    Do you have anything like a Auto Trader Magazine in NC?

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I would check http://www.car-parts.com it is a web site that queries salvage yards on line and will sort by price or distance, you can look by the entire US or by state. Page with * next to it shows the lowest price. Hope this helps

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