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  • frankx
    started a topic Egr removal

    Egr removal

    CAR TURNS OVER but wont start all i done was replace turbo and remove EGR valve down where erg was theres orange wire with green stripes going across it? looks like earth wire cause theres no hot wires going to egr ? been off the road for 15 days now trying suse it out can anybody help me

  • woodwarm
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    arethewheelsntyresstillforsale


    howmuchtoposthereplz

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  • TonyN
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    Frank, we charge a small fee to advertise trucks or parts, see the For Sale section of the forum.

    I didn't mention it straight away cos you've had shit luck with it so far and felt sorry for you, but seeing as you brought it up, do us a favour and put it in the for sale forum.

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  • frankx
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    breaking 93 hilux surf ssr model

    Originally posted by tintin View Post
    What did you buy????
    One decent offroad tyre?
    hi guy's not sure if this is right place to advertise breaking surf for parts so anything you require dont hesitate to ask everything good on it working order except engine auto tranny fine and the rest

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  • tintin
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    Originally posted by frankx View Post
    93 toyota hilux ssr model mot april tax runs out end month paid 2k so sell it complete or break it up five alloys just epent 200 on new tyres few months bull bars twin 9 inch spots on them looking for sensible offers
    What did you buy????
    One decent offroad tyre?

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  • frankx
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    thanks for advice tony
    Last edited by frankx; 29th November 2011, 18:28.

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  • BUSHWHACKER
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2tzUFw_onY

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  • frankx
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    changing engine

    Originally posted by meooo View Post
    But his head isn't really serviceable Toni






    And I'm not sure his other head bolt is fully torqued up either
    regards to locating head for the block is another story taking into consideration shiping costs head gasket kit and tork bolts it would be cheaper investing in complete engine .i just got the renewal quote from my ins. instead going down gone up with inflation. 20 years no claims bonus clean driving record and sock it to getting way with murder ins. comany's any you's guy's know of cheaper ins comp. for imports?

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  • meooo
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    But his head isn't really serviceable Toni






    And I'm not sure his other head bolt is fully torqued up either

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  • TonyN
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    Originally posted by meooo View Post
    You'd think so wouldn't you....Must be hard to lose a piston and not notice, perhaps someone sneaked in and changed the engine when he wasn't looking
    LOL, you've never changed a 2.4 motor have you?

    You don't sneak in, its a frigging PITA.



    I only want 50 for the short block, it came on a parts truck that had a cracked head, head was already removed so I havn't ever seen it running, but was told it was ok before head went.

    Take a chance, but on your own head...

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  • meooo
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    Originally posted by Overland Tonka View Post
    I see by your LOCATION that you are in Glasgow. This I found under your name on the left.

    Just a guess, but Tony may have his LOCATION details in the same place on the left under his name...
    You'd think so wouldn't you....Must be hard to lose a piston and not notice, perhaps someone sneaked in and changed the engine when he wasn't looking

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  • Overland Tonka
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    I see by your LOCATION that you are in Glasgow. This I found under your name on the left.

    Just a guess, but Tony may have his LOCATION details in the same place on the left under his name...

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  • yoshie
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    Been a while since I checked this thread.
    Glad I did 147 posts and now some fecer is away with a piston.
    Surely that doesn't go unnoticed.

    I look forward to the rebuild saga

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  • frankx
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    Originally posted by TonyN View Post
    Thats the least of his troubles now!

    At least we know where the wire goes, and when it was disconnected.



    I have a used 2.4 short block, but shipping maybe expensive.
    hi tony where you located? i think i might have to get cylinder head also as you can see in pic. took bit of impact. how much do you want for the block tony?
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