will a 1989 22re work properly with 1992 wiring

Discussion in 'Engine/Drivetrain' started by LOW-YOTA, Sep 18, 2009.

  1. LOW-YOTA

    LOW-YOTA Newbie

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    im putting a 1989 22re in my 1992 p-up, will all the wires work from the 92 body to the 89 engine
     
  2. burnzya

    burnzya Grand Toyotaholic

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    the engine in my 88 4x4 is out of a 92 2x4 so i'd imagine it should hook right up.
     
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    yota4life Grand Toyotaholic

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    arent they pretty much all the same except when they went to the tacoma
     
  4. StupidSheet

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    I can't see why not, it's the same body style so I doubt they did any major changes to the wiring harness.
     
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    Yes its a bolt up deal. engine blocks are the same, mounts to the engine/trans are the same. Is the original engine carb or efi?
     
  6. IronNam

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    Tacoma's use entirely different setup
     
  7. smctoy

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    Should bolt right in...a few plugs on your harness might be different, but thats nothing to fix. One more thing to check too...check the injector plugs as well too. My truck is a 91 & Ive got a motor out of a 94 & I had to switch the injectors back to the ones from the 91 cause the plugs were different.
     

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