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454montecarlo
08-27-2011, 06:11 AM
The 22re that was in it blow up, so I replaced it with an older 91 22re, both are 4x4 and M/transmission. the wireing is just about the same in the two, just the oil sending unit and alternator are different plug ins and injector wire colors haha. when i put the battery post on.. the starter starts clicking and smoking. if i take the starter off engine she will start turning if i put the battery post on.

rover67
08-27-2011, 06:41 AM
have you tried to manually turn the motor over with a wrench on the crank pulley? I'd do that to make sure the think isn't locked up for some reason.

ttubb
08-27-2011, 08:18 AM
Something is wrong with the wiring set-up. You are getting power to the starter solenoid. Double check your wiring. I suggest looking at wiring diagrams for both and compare colors. Purchase a few day subscription here:

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TIMZTOY
08-27-2011, 06:13 PM
The 22re that was in it blow up, so I replaced it with an older 91 22re, both are 4x4 and M/transmission. the wireing is just about the same in the two, just the oil sending unit and alternator are different plug ins and injector wire colors haha. when i put the battery post on.. the starter starts clicking and smoking. if i take the starter off engine she will start turning if i put the battery post on.

did the new motor come with a harness ? if not just swap the old intake manifold, and altinator over to the new motor.. you dont even have to do the entier manifold, you can just do the fuel rail and any other parts that may be a issue..
it also sounds like your starter is the issue. your either sending a voltage signal to the sylnoide and its stuck out, preventing the motor from turning. you might try tracing your starter signal wire backwords..