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post #46 of 64 Old 12-08-2010, 08:47 PM
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Truck shaking can be caused by tire balance. Make sure your wheels are "lug-centric" balanced not "center-hole" balanced. made all the difference on my truck which had horrible shake. If the tire place says "huh", go to another place. Most modern machines have an adapter with screw in pins to suit any lug pattern. One of my wheels had a 5 ounce weight difference between the two methods.
Second the drive shaft universal yokes have to be in the correct alignment. The fork attached to one end of the drive shaft (the main long part) has to have it's pivot in the same plane as the other end. Both have to pivot in the same direction (plane) from the "center piece". If the yokes are at 90 degrees to one another you will "hop" down the road. AKMHIK.. If they are not in alignment, pull the sliding spline end piece out of the long part of the driveshaft, rotate to line them up, and re-insert. Seized drive-line u-joints also cause nasty vibration.
you can also take the driveline out and take it to a driveline shop in your area and have them check the balance to make sure thats not your problem
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22re with a erratic idle

hey everyone i just registered here. i have a 94 4x4 that i i just replaced head gasket and head on it was running great then about 1500 miles later i started to get a erratic idle i have changed the throttle position sensor and checked all the vacuum hosesthey sem to all be ok before and after i did the head gasket and head i could never get the idle to drop lower than 1100rpms now the rpms are at 1800 until it get warm and then the idle dropps and jumps betwen 1100rpms and 1950rpms i have the idle speed screw screwed all the way down what else should i be going after to get it back to a normal idle. if anyone has any kind of tips or suggestions please post or email me at matthewignacio@ymail.com

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how did you fix the idle problem?? i shouldnt be idling that high, have you checked the timing?
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I have a few issues with the truck in my sig. Engine has about 130K on it and it has low power and mileage is about 15MPG with 32X11.5 tires. I replaced the timing chain and knock sensor. Also cleaned the throttle body, replaced the fuel filter, and the air filter which seemed to help a little but it is still lacking. Is this normal or am I missing something? Thanks Austin

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steering sounds getting worse

got a '94 Pickup and the steering sounds are getting worse (the typical clanky, grindy, embarrassing noises ) plus it looks like the lower A arm is bending (where it connects to the wheel side). is this further wearing down the steering parts and possibly need to be replaced?
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84-95 trucks and 4Runners use 17" wipers on drivers and passenger side.

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I've a problem with my truck's idle, which I bought used. The adjusting screw is all the way down and the idle is still too high AFTER the engine reaches Operating Temperature. The idle fluctuates alternatively up/down if set higher and when the break pedal is depressed. By the way, I had the same trouble a few months back and it went away by itself. It just passed Smog Check and then started failing again.
how did you resolve?
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Still getting 25 code.

I was getting a code 25, so I changed the oxygen sensor and it still comes on. Any body have any other ideas of what else to try.
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i have a problem with a surging idle. i have a 3.0 v6 4WD. its a 94. could someone list the most common reasons to why this could be happening. thank!
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i have a 93 toyota truck, and just finished fixing the idle surging, but the engine idlea at about 2600 rpm, the idle screw is adjusted all the way, and still idles at 2600 any suggestions??
had this issue before, solved problem with cleaning out the idler air system. At the top of the thermostat housing lies a smaller hose that connects to the idler air intake located at the choke on the air intake for the efi. another hose exits this mechanism and returns to the block of the vehicle. coolant flows thru here and adjusts the amount of air entering your intake. I believe there is some wax in there that melts when exposed to heated coolant and as this wax melts it closes a hole that allows more air to flow in when the engine is cold to increase idle warmup. Sometimes this system gets clogged with debris from the engine and clogs (as the hoses are narrow). pull hoses and make sure water will flow from one end to the other. you will have to plug the hole on the block so as not to let your tranny fluid flow out when you pull the hose off ...... give that a try this problem had myself and a few mechanics stumped for weeks... mike
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post #56 of 64 Old 08-22-2013, 01:03 PM
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Possible Cause of Intermittent Engine Stalling

A poster complained of intermittent stalling with a 22RE. The problem was traced to a loose ground wire to the lower rear bolt holding the air intake plenum to the intake manifold. The ground wire had been left loose after a head gasket change.

That ground wire grounds the fuel injectors, since they are isolated from the engine by rubber O-rings and isolator rings. Without the ground, the injectors won't fire.

Moral: Make a list of all grounds and locations when disassembling a 22RE, so you can get them back where they belong.
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i have a 1993 22re, 430k on it and one of the guides broke. ive bought a new timing chain with steel guides. hoping to get a few pointers. mitchell1 said that the head and front differencial needs to be removed but am hoping that theres another way around it. thanks
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timing chain replacement

Thats alot of kms you might consider doing an overhaul on that engine BUT if your happy with the way its running it is possible to remove the radiator, belts and undo the timing chain cover bolts and carefully tap it out while leaving on the head and oil pan to get access. Do some research so as not to forget the hidden bolt underneath the rocker cover. However you do now have plastic bits sitting in your oil pan which you can drop slightly (enough to reach in) and scoop out those bits, it's a bit messy but works. Make sure to use adequate amounts of gasket maker at the edges when you reinstall (but not to much as this may create it's own problems in the future). Search on this and other forums for photos and other tips. Hope this helps.
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Creeking front end noises when the wheels are turned all the way are often attributed to the steering stops. There are plastic caps that come on them originally that tend to wear off over time. Once that happens, the metal on the stops rusts and they rub against each other when the wheels are cut all the way, especially when driving over bumpy terrain.
The plastic caps can be replaced but don't always last. The easiest solution is to simply apply grease, Never Seaze, Anti-Seaze, etc to them. I usually do it whenever I change my oil.
So glad I saw this. My truck does this, as does my grandmother's T100.

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Problems with hilux 89 ln106 2.8L diesel... Loss of power around 3rd-5th gear especially up hills. Almost 500k, changed fuel tank, filter,pump,and injectors checked by shop. timing done recently, not sure what could be left?! Going to lose my mind over this truck! Any help would be great!
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