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1993 Toyota Land Cruiser 6 cyclinder

It starts sometime other time it doesn't. I replaced the distributor, put a new coil on, it seems to only start when its cool outside. tyhe engine cranks but that is it and if I let it sit for couple of days then it will start.

It was suggested that I check the crankshaft sensor and the cameshaft sensor.

need some help to resolve this problem.

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I suppose that if u get the fuel lines checked and maybe get the fuel injectors serviced as well , also it can be the fuel filter that its blocked, because if its the camshaft and the crankshaft sensors, then it will not start at all , not even wen the engine is cold, hope that wil help u....

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