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I did this for my motor mounts, http://www.yotatech.com/f123/22re-polyurethane-engine-mounts-232595/More vibrations don't bother me, my truck is already loud inside and needs more work if I wanted it to be comfortable for others.
Easiest for mine was to attach the motor mounts to the block first. Also, do you have any need of that bad motor mount? Any interest of getting rid of it?
Has this engine started yet?
Hey ExCabSwap,I learned that if motor mounts need to be replaced, better to replace both at the same time. When I had to place a broken driver's side on my 1985 22R shortbed while wheeling in Moab, the aftermarket one that I had to file to get the holes to line up, did not tilt the engine over? So when I replace the driver's side this time, I didn't think about it making the engine rotate to the passenger side about 4 or 5 degrees - not level.As I posted, I have replaced both mounts now. If you want the two old motor mounts, let me know. If you want to pay for shipping to you, they're yours. They look factory, and probably original mounts.Gnarls.
Off the wall question
My truck has been parked in my garage for 4 years. Ive never stored a vehicle for 4 years. I kept the tires aired up to 45 PSI. Will the flat spots on the tires recover after driving it for a few miles
. Or could the flat spots be permanent? The tires are fairly low mileage Michelin 31 LTX M/S, about 5 years old. Has anyone experienced the result of long storage of a vehicle sitting on tires? Thanks,Gnarls.
? has this engine rebuild really been going on for 4 years ?Did something happen to delay the process? Health, Family, Work, Zombie Apocalypse, alien invasion, preperations for potential invasion or Apocalypse?I know you have stated your anal about your projects, But 4 years is a long time.
Finally read your entire write up. Nice. Reminds me of when I swapped motors, and all the trials and errors I went thru. All that work I did, only to have the engine builder put in a crappy harmonic balancer that leaks oil. I still have to order a new one from 22RE.
UPDATE: 2-10-2017The delays in getting this engine fired is frustrating. Family issues are a priority, but I am not working at this project hard enough. .... I think old age makes me lazy! Yesterday I was trying to figure out all the connections in the wire harness and discovered the wire to the Coolant Temp Sensor connector was broken. It was only holding with 1 copper strand - don't know why Toyota could not have made the wire gauge just a tad bigger?After finding zero aftermarket options, I emailed Jerry at 22RE Performance, and he instantly replied - gotta love that extraordinary customer service!! - there is NO connector and NO wire harnesses are available. He suggested taking the contact out of the plastic body to solder a new wire. I looked at it carefully and decided trying remove the metal contact would most likely destroy the very crytalized plastic housing and break the thin metal contact.So I took a very sharp knife, and VERY carefully scraped off the 30 year old insulation around the end of the broken wire. I soldered on a new wire, and had to drilled a larger hole in the little black seal cap to avoid pushing hard against the metal contact tab as I slid it down the wire and into the connector, and only inserted it partially into the top of connector body - I didn't want to break the little metal contact tab that the wire was connected to. I used some Ultra Black to seal it back up.I will slip some heat shrink tubing on the wire and solder the pigtail onto the broken wire harness wire.This is one of the main reasons why I decided to do this rebuild myself.... God only knows what a "shop" would have done with this part??Gnarls.
The question is, do You know what that sensor is and what it does? I challenge you Gnarls.....Don't disappoint me, And be careful its not what you think it is. (Hint)Mine has been deleted. (Hint) If it came in to the Chevron I would have explained what it is, what it does, and your options."Extra credit" If you explain how that system works and what it affects. (Best of Luck)BestGen,
OK, to make a SWAG...I'd say that sensor detects a range of coolant temperature. It will send data, probably registers a range of low voltage, and tells the ECU to change or correct engine idle, A/F, and ignition timing.If it fails, the ECU will throw a check engine light?Gnarls.
Strike #1 Do Some research before you try again. I will Give you a small amount of credit. It is a sensor and it does measure temp.Come on, I have great fait in You.
Holy Crapity!! Do you grade on a curve, and is this an open book test?? Gnarls.
Ok, I will make it easier for You. What is it called and what is its job. Accurate answer please. Another hint, (NO its not the coolant temp sensor).
I have never hear of this before?Are you talking about the one on the valve cover (electric operated)?
This is where I found it labeled as such http://www.yankeetoys.org/KLF/EPCDiags/22RE-EFISensors.pdf
I have never hear of this before?
http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=47333.0Its a mystery? Lol
You found my almost 9 year old post.........And the answer is........... I'm currently out of town without truck....When cold, is the switch open or closed?
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