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Just installed a rebuilt carb. and I believe that I crossed a vacuum line, so I need a carburated vacuum line diagram for a 1988 toyota truck 22r if any has can help with this

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Try to compare the vacuum line diagram posted under the hood with the position of the hose connections on the carb. You can also use the length and/or curvature of orig. vac. Hoses. I know this was an old post and has long sence been resolved. Thanks for reading

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Just move them around yourself this will help you find the problem

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Fig. 11: Emission system component layout and vacuum diagram-1987 22R-E engine


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Fig. 12: Emission system component layout and vacuum diagram-1987 22R-TE engine

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