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Old 04-20-2013, 02:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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86 pickup 22re bogs down/dies when push on the gas

Well it started to surge "feel like its running out of gas" but had half tank and when I finally stopped it just died and wouldn't start so towed it home, next day I replaced the fuel pump/filter no help so replaced the pressure regulator still nothin so got new plugs cap rotor and wires and tps with still very little improvement checked timing and its right on the money tested the afm on my buddy's truck and it works just fine. All itll start up and idel for a sec then just die out when I push the gas, even when i try to rev it up itll fall all over iteslf and shut off but start right back up fo just a sec. there's no vac leaks checked more than a few times. I'm all out of ideas if anyone has any thoughts Please let me know. Also tried a spare ECM and no help there ether.
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Old 04-20-2013, 02:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 04-20-2013, 02:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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There grey and not for sale.
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Old 04-20-2013, 02:59 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Check your curcuit open relay. And make sure there's no splits in your intake boot. Check that your injectors are good and spraying correct.
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Old 04-20-2013, 03:06 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Do you have a reverse rotation aisin 22re?
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Old 04-20-2013, 03:27 PM   #6 (permalink)
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How do I check if injectors are good? And the intake boots are in good shape and goin to check the open circuit relay in a bit. And no I don't believe it's a reverse rotation never heard of it.
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Old 04-20-2013, 03:36 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Just look at the firing order? If its backwards then its a revers rotation.
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Just look at the firing order? If its backwards then its a revers rotation.
No its the normal firing order
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Double check the dist isn't also turning backwards--common to get a reverse rotation dist in a normal rotation motor.
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It turns clockwise so I don't think it's reverse
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On the base 3/4 of where the harness comes out of it look for a "tm" stamped on it to make sure a reverse rotation houysing was not used with a normal rotation shaft.
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On the base 3/4 of where the harness comes out of it look for a "tm" stamped on it to make sure a reverse rotation houysing was not used with a normal rotation shaft.
It's not the base model it's a sr5 22re
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This is a common problem with the reverse rotation motors. I wonder if you got a JDM motor with USDM markings on it. What do you think crash.

JDM stands for Japanese Domestic Market.
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Mines doing this exact same shit right now. Ive been dealing with it for a month and its driving me crazy.
Replaced the fuel pump ,filter (twice) cleaned the throttle body, new plugs, cap, rotor, made sure the coolant was topped up, checked the iac, the only thing i can think of for you is i had broken a plug off the front of the motor (looked like an injector plug) its for a temperature sensor for the ecm
ut without it im told itd just run rich)

Other thing is if your battery died and stayed dead for a while then the temperature changed alot the ecm may have trouble relearning. Or alternator not charging if the injectors arnt getting good voltage signals.

Im sure Ill be of no help just commenting for when you find the answer (so i can try that next) and mentioning everything ive had to go through...
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Mines doing this exact same shit right now. Ive been dealing with it for a month and its driving me crazy.
Replaced the fuel pump ,filter (twice) cleaned the throttle body, new plugs, cap, rotor, made sure the coolant was topped up, checked the iac, the only thing i can think of for you is i had broken a plug off the front of the motor (looked like an injector plug) its for a temperature sensor for the ecm
ut without it im told itd just run rich)

Other thing is if your battery died and stayed dead for a while then the temperature changed alot the ecm may have trouble relearning. Or alternator not charging if the injectors arnt getting good voltage signals.

Im sure Ill be of no help just commenting for when you find the answer (so i can try that next) and mentioning everything ive had to go through...
Check that reverse rotation motor. I've seen that happen befor.
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I know what jdm stands for. Just never heard of a reverse rotation motor, I'm no mechanic but can figure most things out. How would I tell if if is..? And from all the shops I've talked to think its more of a fuel issue if it'll sill start idel rev for a few sec the just die but I've done all I can think of so all ideas are somethin to look into
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Yea but it was running in the fall and his was running b4 it stalled so how would a reverse rotation motor matter? I know the distributor but arnt the caps the same?
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Sorry didn't mean to offend you. All honda b series motors are reverse rotation.
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Old 04-20-2013, 07:27 PM   #19 (permalink)
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you're being played with the reverse rotation crap. Check your fuel pressure, everyone else are all being dicks.
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Old 04-20-2013, 07:43 PM   #20 (permalink)
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you're being played with the reverse rotation crap. Check your fuel pressure, everyone else are all being dicks.
Yea I figured they were jackin me around with that crap. I had just googled it and there actually is such a thing but I know it's not what mine is. I'm goin to check the fuel pressure in a bit do you know what I should be? My buddy has my book and can't get it today.
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Old 04-20-2013, 07:53 PM   #21 (permalink)
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from what I remember, some where between 38-44 but don't quote me on it. It's been a while.
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Ok thanks 44 sounds right from what I remember. And the tps is new
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you're being played with the reverse rotation crap. Check your fuel pressure, everyone else are all being dicks.
Well!!! Your no fun
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Ok thanks 44 sounds right from what I remember. And the tps is new
Just because the tps is new doesn't mean it is calibrated correctly. Google how how to adjust the tps and follow the guide to ensure it is correct. Buddy had these same exact symptoms on his and once he did the calibration truck runs like a dream
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