Question about Toyota 4Runner
Used carburetor cleaner and can tell it is still getting air.
Check for a crack on the intake hose. Large 2 1\2" hose at throttle body. Does the idle increase when you spray the carb cleaner. If it does you are spraying huge leak. There are no gaskets for the bolts. But may be an orang missing for the maf sensor
Posted on May 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it possibly clogged the o2 sensors when it cleaned the gunk out and the maf might even be on the air box or bolt on the intake directly or it can be in the tube but probbably need to check and see what the codes are with a scanner
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 silhouette: How do I get
There should be 3 bolts that hold the housing on. Are you sure that you are in the right spot? Here is a link to a site that gives instructions how to change this thermostat. http://www.ehow.com/how_7350786_change-oldsmobile-silhouette-mini-van.html
If this doesn't help then let me know and I will try to explain more. Thanks!
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
SOURCE: i have a 1987 toyota
The 22R engine is one of the best engines Toyota built.
With the head off, you should have had the head gasket surface machined and the head checked pressure checked for cracks. It seems you did so.
I can only assume, you MAY have put the bolts back in without bowing out the cylinder block bolt holes before installing the bolts. These bolt holes fill with oil and antifreeze when you remove the head.
Doesn't matter how careful you are, the bolt holes always fill with fluid.
If so, the bolt torque would be reached before full clamping of the cylinder head. Worst of all, the block could have been cracked by the hydraulic pressure in the bolt hole as you tightened the bolt.
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
You should be able to hear a sucking sound from where the line is supposed to go. Probably on the base of the carby. You can spray a little aero start around where you think the leak might be ie: carby. the aero start will be sucked into the open vacume port & the revs of the motor will change. Sorry I don't know exactly where it goes.
Posted on Jun 29, 2012
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