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  • About Elvota
    Phx, AZ
    Mountain biking
    My Rig
    '91 4Runner, 3.4 swap, Marlin SAS, rear leaf swap, 35" tires, TJM bumper, Warn 8000 winch
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    1990 4Runner | V6 3.4 | 5spd | 240 someoddthousand miles | SR5 | SAS | RLS | 35's | ARB | TJM | 217 to 1 | W8000

    - four wheels | three sticks | two hands | one trail -

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  • Last Activity: 10-17-2013 09:57 PM
  • Join Date: 06-05-2005

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  1. yotaspliffs
    09-07-2017 12:15 PM - permalink
    Hey, I have been following your post <https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f160/elvotas-3-4-swap-128285/> and up until last month was able to view the images you posted up. I know this is a long shot because of how long its been since you made this post but as I now have the motor in the truck I would really like to utilize those images so was hoping there would be some way for you to update your post to make those images available to view. If you can I would really appreciate it!

    PS: Your post is by far the best I've seen out there so thank you for what you have done so far!
  2. 12-14-2010 02:04 PM - permalink
    I have read through the posts and I have a twist for using the integration relay. We would like to ADD lower lighting in the "foot" rest area when you enter at night for better illumination. I have used the door switch for activating (GND) and a test lamp but the problem is => when the switch is open (door closed) the test light and dome light "glow" which indicates the integration relay/module is being biased throught the test lamp Ckt.
    After looking a the service manual prints - nothing jumped out at me for picking up a signal or trigger for the additional lighting needs when the doors are opened. I can interface with a small "ice cube" relay for Ckt. isolation if someone can point me in the correct area of the integration relay/module for a safe reliable output (doors open). FYI 1990 Pickup, 4x4 with the 22R-E.
    Thanks in advance!!
  3. 07-18-2010 07:11 AM - permalink
    Hey man. I saw a posting your wrote on o2 setup. I have a 1990 pickup 22re I just picked up. And I'm having a bit of a problem. ecu is blinking an o2 sensor code. The sensor that is in the manifold has had the wire cut. It is a one wire sensor. And the second sensor is a 4 wire. Any way I can not find the wire to hook up to the manifold sensor. Can you tell me how to track it down or where it origionates from. I'm pretty sure is supposed to be shielded but its not in the engine bay by the coil and ignition control module where they usually are so I think its behind the firewall but I'd rather just source it and follow it to the end. Thanks for any help you can offer
  4. 06-23-2010 06:22 AM - permalink
    i cant figure out how to make a new post? i have a few questions i want to ask and i dont know how=\
  5. JeEVeS
    06-02-2010 06:13 PM - permalink
    Hey, wanted to say thanks for posting a pic of a 3.4 evap setup. Im going tomorrow to pull everything i can and found your pic. So again thanks, :beer:
  6. wormhole
    03-26-2010 08:48 PM - permalink
    How have you been Steve.
  7. 85 chevota
    11-20-2009 08:42 AM - permalink
    I was curious how your torque bar setup was holding up. I need to fab something similar for axle wrap and like the design you came up with. Thanks Reuben
  8. 07-06-2009 11:26 PM - permalink
    Whats up? Live in HI but born and raised in Phx Az
  9. millwrightbrian
    04-05-2009 07:57 AM - permalink
    Hey I really liked your write up on the 3.4 swaps but for some reason i cant find it. Did it get erased? can you forward me the link..

    Thanks if so
  10. Matt16
    01-06-2009 01:05 PM - permalink
    Is there anyway to retrieve the Driveway Alignment writeup I wrote? I edited it and instead of selecting the one sentence I wanted to replace, I selected the whole bloody thing. Then I saved without realizing that.

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