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Corolla inlet manifold

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Hi people first post, but I'm sure it's been asked quite a few times tried searching for a thread but came up with nothing that helps

A mate has found me a corolla inlet manifold for my 4efe engine and i want to know if it bolts straight on with no dramas and is there anything else I'll need to worry about.

Also will I need the corolla throttle body or will the one on my starlet fit

Go easy I'm quite new to modifying cars

Thanks

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Its very easy to do mate, remove the fuel rail and injectors to make it handy. There are a few pipes that you will need to adjust to fit too. I'm also using the Rolla throttle body too. Was dynoed recently at 86.6 hp standard is 74 so they do work :)

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Thanks skiny,my mate said he is grabbing the rolla throttle body also looking forward to starting working on the car wanting to get the easier parts done first

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New inlet Mani gasket and tb gasket. Shouldn't need to remove any pipes from the tb but mark them if you do as it's easy to get muddled up. Finally there's a bolt onto a bracket from the underside of the standard inlet. Hard to see. Just have a good look at all the vac pipes on the standard Mani first and your sorted .

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Thanks mate thats perfect will the gaskets be a ball ache to find it was hard enough finding the inlet mani

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Gaskets are just standard ones for the starlet. Be cheap from Toyota if a trader on here cant hook you up. Also as above I used 2 big washers on the throttle cable. You'll know what we mean when you look at the cable mounting point and compare the 2

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So it's now fitted just the engine light comes on at idle and goes off when driving does anyone have any suggestions to what it is thanks

Edited by wammbamm

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Haha I'm not going to pretend I know what that means soooo.... I have to put my what in the what?

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If you have an engine light you can find out what its for by getting a a bit of wire and bridging port te1 and e1 and turning the igntion on. The engine light will then flash a sequence

The port is in the engine bay by the fuse box.

If its a constant flash then its not much use as that means its fine but if its out of time you have to wait for the long pause and count them

Will be like flash flash . flash .......

That would be 21.

Then just google toyota ecu error codes

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The tps part numbers are different so ideally use your existing throttle body with new gasket to avoid this issue

The cable is slightly longer or shorter but still works

Earth on back of manifold

All done

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