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Old 04-08-2011, 11:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 22REC and 22RE...differences?

I'm currently on the market for a rebuilt engine. A fellow wants to sell me a 22REC, is this different from a 22RE? I'd like to know before I fork over a $1000 for an engine and I can't use it...
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Just typed a search in google and in another forum they said the C stands for being California emissions compliant.

"R= head design, Single overhead chain driven cam.

E= Electronic fuel injection

T= Turbo

C= California emissions compliant for that vintage

22= 22nd overall variant of that engine family. Engines in this family were in everything from forklifts to Celicas to who knows what else."
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Does the new engine come along with the computer/harness? I believe they are different (due to the additional sensors and such). Here are two diagrams showing the differences:

22RE:


22REC:


The following link has much more information on the different flavors:

/forum/toyota-truck-4runner/579557-22r-22re-22rte-vacuum-diagrams.html
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I'm currently on the market for a rebuilt engine. A fellow wants to sell me a 22REC, is this different from a 22RE? I'd like to know before I fork over a $1000 for an engine and I can't use it...
Do you need the entire thing, or are you just getting a good long block?
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Do you need the entire thing, or are you just getting a good long block?
I'm after a long block, going to be carburated...
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