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09-22-04, 03:02 PM   #1  
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I have a 1992 toyota pickup, 22R engine, 5 speed trans, I broke a timing chain, and bent valves. Had to have head reworked. NOW, engine will crank but will only run a few second. Could this be a vaccum leak on the intake?
Found a rubber grumit under truck, don't know if it came off intake somewhere.


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09-22-04, 04:10 PM   #2  
Hi

What shape, size and a description of the grommet?

Is the air flow meter hose and electrical plug on?

Ground wire between the plenum runners?

Check eng lite prove out?

 
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09-22-04, 05:33 PM   #3  
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The grommet is about 3/4 inch across with 1/2 inch hole, black in color.
all hoses are in place, along with all ground wires, as far as I can tell.
Check engine light goes out when engine is running.

 
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09-23-04, 04:41 AM   #4  
Any chance the timing chain is off a tooth or two?

 
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09-23-04, 02:50 PM   #5  
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Check Cam timing 3 times before puting cover back on. I checked the Haynes Manual and it tells me I have a vacuum leak. Also, I can not find where the rubber grommet came from. I feel like it belongs somewhere on the intake.

 
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09-23-04, 04:35 PM   #6  
Is the grommet square shaped?

Could you post a picture?

Did you take the injectors out?

Can you keep it running by giving it throttle?

 
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09-23-04, 07:18 PM   #7  
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The grommet is about 3/4 inch across with 1/2 inch hole. NO, I did not remove any injectors, and the engine will not stay running when I give it
throttle.

 
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09-23-04, 07:38 PM   #8  
Sounds like a protector that goes around the PCV hose. Won't cause a problem.

That would have to be a hugh leak not stay running with throttle.

 
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09-23-04, 07:40 PM   #9  
Is the Dist in right?

 
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09-25-04, 08:17 AM   #10  
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I had rotor pointing to #1 plug wire, and #1 piston at TDC when I installed it. Could this be a coil problem?

 
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09-25-04, 09:25 AM   #11  
TDC compression or exhaust?

 
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09-25-04, 10:39 AM   #12  
Could this be a coil problem?

When the timing chain broke I highly doubt the coil went bad.

The next thing after the chain broke and bent the valves is it was taken apart and put back together.

Thats where I would be looking for the problem.

 
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