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Old 02-16-2014, 04:42 PM   #33441
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Lmao you got a point.

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I already dislike my Toyota...

HOW ON EARTH DID THEY GET SO MANY VACUUM LINES UNDER THE HOOD!!!! Ive never seen so many! Its worse than a Cadillac!!
You mean something like this? This is a 3F-E in-line six cylinder 4.0 liter 12 valve engine in my ’89 Toyota FJ-62 Landcruiser. The gas tank has SIX hose connections on the side with the fuel filler that are connected with various size rubber hoses to some kind of vapor collector hidden in the fender well. I’ve found very little documentation on all this. Without a official Toyota shop manual, best tread softly!




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I had a Subaru (1989). It had a lot of Vacuum lines, probably less than you Toyota

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TWW got a new phone yesterday... he's pocket dialing the everloving **** outta me...

At least I hear no evidence of bean burrito lunches. Sounds more like he's engaged in mortal combat with a paper bag.

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TWW got a new phone yesterday... he's pocket dialing the everloving **** outta me...

At least I hear no evidence of bean burrito lunches. Sounds more like he's engaged in mortal combat with a paper bag.
I kicked that bag's ass!
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I kicked that bag's ass!
I knew you had it in you Rambo!!
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I knew you had it in you Rambo!!
i think TWW could give Rambo a run for his money shooting a 458 Win. Mag.!
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I already dislike my Toyota...

HOW ON EARTH DID THEY GET SO MANY VACUUM LINES UNDER THE HOOD!!!! Ive never seen so many! Its worse than a Cadillac!!
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86 carbed? Huh thats interesting. Shoulda been the fuel injected then.
Might have been a half year thing? Toyota seems to like to do that...

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Its runs good, just time to do the timing chain/head gasket thing.... It has 149K and the timing chain is starting to tick.
You're going to try and get a 4 cylinder Toyota to stop ticking? The best thing I found was running 10W-40 in it year round.

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You should check to see if the second owner was a woman...
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I believe I recall Cinder telling me she bought around 30 feet of vacuum line when she rebuilt her engine... and had something like a foot and a half left over.

Careful now... that's a sexist comment, and I recently got bitched out for a couple of days straight over an almost identical remark.
Yeah, everything in those old Toyota engines is run on vacuum.
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I am so over winter !!!!

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I am so over winter !!!!
it was 68 degrees here in East Texas. i was outside in a T-shirt sweating today while burning some brush and limbs. this is still February!
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