What did the 22RTE come in?

Toyota Motor Corporation produced the 2.4-liter 22R four-cylinder engine from 1981 to 1995, and introduced its fuel-injected 22RE version in 1982. The turbocharged 22RTE had a brief 1985-to-1988 production run.

Is the Toyota 22RE a good engine?

The 22R and RE are by far the most reliable engines Toyota ever built, I had three pickups with both the 22R and RE engines and never had a problem. All of them had well over 200,000 miles on them.

What does 22R mean?

To keep the convention standard, R is used to represent 0. Because of problems in seeing the decimal point in some printed texts, the 3 letters: K M or R are used in place of the decimal point. Thus, a 2,700 Ohm resistor is written 2K7 and a 6.8 Ohm resistor is written 6R8. And 22R means 22.0 ohms.

Why is it called 22RE?

The 22RE was the fuel-injected version of the 22R. The engines remained in production through 1995. A turbo version received a 22RET or 22RTE designation, but only saw production from 1985 to 1988. The 22REC denoted the engine met all California emissions requirements.

How much power can a 22R make?

A stock 22RE engine puts out around 116 hp and 140 lb-ft of torque.

Is 22R better than 22RE?

22R and 22RE are essentially the same engine, except that the RE has fuel injection slapped onto the intake. that said, putting an engine from a EFI’d truck will NOT give you fuel injection because it’s not the engine (block/head) that’s different. in fact you could convert your current engine to EFI if you wanted.

How long do 22RE engines last?

How Long Do 22R Engines Last? It is indeed true. Parts that are well designed and made. The average vehicle should reach 400,000 miles after being serviced.

When did Toyota stop making 22RE?

Several Toyota Motor Corporation products are available. After introducing the 22R power unit in 1982, 1981, 1981 marked the last year the 22-RE was built.