- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
not really possible unless you have a broken crank shaft at the rear main bearing or if automatic then the flex plate has broken off around the flywheel bolts . The torque converter will hold the flex plate in position and if manual then the pressure plate on the throw out bearing will maintain the flywheel in position. Unless you are saying that the motor spins freely but will not start which is different . If that is the case check that the cam shaft is turning(broken timing belt) and bent valves.
sounds like the fuel pump or regulator issue. fuel is draining back to the tank. try turning the ignition on and off 3 times without cranking the engine, then try to start it. If that works, replace the pump assembly, filter and regulator. airtex or delphi makes a great replacement alternative to an actual toyota part, and is much less money. Happy Motoring.
hj75-- make sure you have fuel, then on the right hand side of the motor is the injector pump "(do you know how to bleed it?) if not you may have to come back and i will walk you through it but first , get some aerostart ,or starter fluid,take the top off the air cleaner and after the heater light goes out squirt the starter fluid in the top of air cleaner,NOT TOO MUCH .that will make it fire ,best if there is two of you ,so that turning the motor over and the fluid spraying happen at the same time.if it misses a lot when it starts you need to get your glow plugs checked .if it doesnot start after 2 goes like that then you will have to bleed it.if you want help there come back and i will walk you through---- let me know what ever happens "youdoit"
Sounds like pump timing is out of sync with engine crank and camshaft. Utterly crucial on a diesel engine. all needs to be pinned in place when refitting chain or belt, then pump timing sho uld be set up with a dial test indicator. A job for someone who knows what their doing. Before considering buying this carry out compression check as if timing is out between cam/crank tow starting could have bent valves!