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I have already tried searching for this but to no avail. 


I'm looking at taking my throttle body off whilst we are all at home and giving it a proper clean.


I can't find the correct gasket for it. All I can find is these plastic things that claim thermal dissipation.


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Throttle Body to Inlet Manifold Gasket Genuine Toyota

Celica V V T I 140 1ZZ-FE (1999 onward)

MR2 Roadster

Part number: 22271-22040

PRICE:  £3.56 + vat


This is for 140

Body to Inlet Manifold Gasket Genuine Toyota

Celica V V T I 190 2ZZ-GE (1999 onward)

Part number: 22271-88600

PRICE:  £6.22 + vat



This is for 190

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I didn't replace the gasket when I took mine off. 


It's a serious piece of kit, thin metal plate with some sort of rubberised plastic on each side of it (if I recall correctly.).  Toyota needed a week to get one in stock.  The one that came off was in pretty decent shape anyway.


I did replacing the rubber o-ring (figure of 8?) thing seal that...  that's between the OCV and throttle body?  I'm not sure.  Replaced it anyway.  It keeps the coolant from make the clouds out the exhaust mod.




Oh, it might have been a triple chamber O-Ring style gasket.  For the thingmy bit near the sledgehammer.

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I've got mine to fit this week fingers crossed as well as a manifold and a rocker cover. 525f32ef644f53f2265fb877ca21b2fb.jpgfa7ef8894e5d4ba6382e38487d46a6ee.jpg

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