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No power I have a 1986 Toyota pickup and it is having problems after third gear and no power in fourth. I tried adjusting the timeing and the fuel mixture screw and the idler screw but nothing has seemed to help with my problem please help?

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86 ? have you checked for restriction in the exhaust, perhaps catalytic converter?

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