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Old 01-01-2013, 02:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1984 22r egr/vacuum delete

I have spent all reading threads and found some helpful stuff but most of it was for 22re, what lines do I need to keep for a 1984 22r??? I've read that I only need 3 vacuum lines, is this true??? some info and pics would be extremely helpful
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You need the one for the vacuum advance. Manifold vacuum to front opening on the advance (if i remember correctly), then you need vacuum to power brakes. I ran two on my 87' 22r
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thats what i read, im kinda new to the toyota world and i didnt know if the 22r past 1984 is the same or not
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Old 01-01-2013, 06:59 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I'd take pics of mine to show you, but its currently 0* outside and there is a 8" of snow on the hood of my truck. When I did mine I just followed the link in the FAQ for the FSM vacuum diagrams and used the one for the canadian 4wd. I know there are more than two vacuum hoses that are needed, I just can't remember what and where they go.
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I'd take pics of mine to show you, but its currently 0* outside and there is a 8" of snow on the hood of my truck. When I did mine I just followed the link in the FAQ for the FSM vacuum diagrams and used the one for the canadian 4wd. I know there are more than two vacuum hoses that are needed, I just can't remember what and where they go.
With EGR disconnected, all the emissions shit gone, etc.. and a weber, i was running fine off 2 vacuum hoses. Just like a SBC or SBF.

With an aisin, you'll need 3. The other port in the vac. advance is hooked up with the aisin carb, because there is actually a port for it. With the weber, there isn't one.
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message friggn xj , he can point you in the right direction. he stripped everything off mine and it runs tits . wish i could help but i am
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Id really appreciate the pics and if ain't to hard could you possibly label the hoses??? I've been looking at Haynes book and I can't tell the whole.deference between the Canadian and Us. Exactly which here do I need?
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We aren't going to spoon feed you! If you can't figure it out by reading the vacuum diagrams like the rest of us have, mabey you shouldn't be working on it yourself.
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That's the reason why I'm asking, if I knew how I've would have done it already, I can read the diagram I'mjust wondering which ones can go and which lines need to stay

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That's the reason why I'm asking, if I knew how I've would have done it already, I've never worked on a toyota, this is my first so you really dnt have to be a dick about it
Trace the vac lines, if they go to something you don't want then pull and cap them.
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I'm sorry for asking dumb questions but this is my first toyota I'm use to chevys and fords, so this is new to me
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Easy..
strip all the EGR, and all that bullshit off. Buy the plates to block off the EGR

Pull everything off that goes to the vacuum canisters. Trace the hoses that run to the distributor advance, find where they get vacuum and run direct hoses to those ports. cap the rest off.

I didn't take pictures, because it took me ~5 minutes to figure it out.
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thank you so much!!!!!!! the previous owner supposedly rebuilt the motor and left the engine bay a mess some hoses are connected and some are just dangling around. a sbc is sooo much different lol, and now i shouldnt have anymore dumb questions lol except this last one but im pretty sure i know the answer do you have to do anything to the carb? other than adjustment, like re-jet or anything
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Carb doesen't care weither the emissions are there or not. As long as it is running correct leave it alone.
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