Question about 1990 Toyota 4Runner
Engine cranks fine, ran fine yesterday parked it overnight and would not start this morning, I had previously replaced in line filter under passengers side several months ago this morning after cranking several times I noticed a slight fuel leak there, hoses appeared tight but a small amount of fuel dripping i replaced in line fuel filter with a new one still will not start now though when I initially crank it it sounds like it is going to start but it doesn't quite make it
Potential water in line. Red, plastic bottle of Gas treatment first. STP gas treatment highly rec. Definitely make sure you do not have any more gas leaks since the system relies on pressure. Any loss in pressure results in loss of fuel to injectors/carb. Start with the gas treatment first... go from there. Sounds retarded but believe me, this has helped countless people... including myself multiple times.
Afterwards, you will need to think on terms of electrical ignition problems:
HV coil wire
clogged filter or reversed direction filter [recheck even though it is new]
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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