Question about 1990 Toyota 4Runner
I have a 1990 toyota 4runner with a 3.0liter v6. My relay for the EFI seems to be getting very hot,and then gets so hot that it shuts the engine down. I have checked the relay behind the glovebox and it seems to be okay. There is no blink codes coming up and the check engine light is not on. Also there are no fuses blowing or circuit breakers tripping. Does anyone have any ideas or input, any help would be appreciated. Thanx dave w
I would replace the relay that gets hot, and make VERY SURE that the relay pins fit real tight in the female receivers for the relay. A *** slight *** amount of clearance at the connection will arc & def heat up the relay. Once relays get really, really hot, it, at times, they may no longer be reliable.
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