Question about Toyota Pickup
Have 1987 Toyota pickup that has a 1980 engine in it w/ 2 bbl carb. Vacuum hoses going everywhere. Some go nowhere. Some carb ports plugged. ..... Would I be better off to get a non-Toyota 2bbl carb never designed for all this stuff w/ 1 or 2 vacuum ports for... vacuum advance, etc. and put that on it?
I don't think your engine is a 22R-E as the E denotes electronic fuel ejection. For 1980 it should be just a 22R. I would not suggest slapping on another carb without expecting more work than just hooking up the original vacuum lines. Some lines you could cap off but others would need the vacuum and rerouting. There is plenty of info in the following blog on removing smog devices and extra vacuum lines here:
There are also plenty of pictures and diagrams for your engine. Making a trip to your local junkyard might find you a 22R with a carb still attached but it's slim these days. I know this question is from January but if it's too late to help you than maybe it can help some one else.
Posted on Jul 09, 2016
There's are two stickers on the top of the radiator. There is one at the filler cap that shows the pulley and belt arrangement and the other one shows the routing of the emission hoses with charcoal canister.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
sign up at turbobuick.com (it's free) then find out who lives near you and check out their car...take some pictures and notes...btw there are a ton of members and I'm willing to bet someone lives near you and most are more than willing to help out a fellow turbo buick owner..or try the link at the bottom...any problems shoot me an email at [email protected]
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
This should do it unless you're in California, but I have that on too if you need it.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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why is my 84 22r chugging down the road and stalling? does it have an electric pump or just mechanical could it be a vacum line?
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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