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Old 09-20-2007, 02:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Toyota 22RE Over Reving Problem

Hey.My 22RE was running great until I had a very hard flop at about 20mph. It broke my driver side motor mount and the engine was tweaking very hard underload driving the couple hours home. I had to drive it another hour about 2 weeks later cause I was moving to LA and on the way there the revs dropped to about 500rpms at idle and was barely running. I turned up the idle with the little screw spring by the throttle to get it to idle higher. Now it idles good but when Im shifting and push the clutch in the rpms actully get higher and then drop down to idle after about one second. This makes for very hard shifts. How can I get it to stop over reving when I push in the clutch? Thanks
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