Question about 1987 Toyota 4Runner
My 4runner stalls when I take my foot off the gas and stop, (manual tranny), this happens once my truck is warmed up and will usually happen for a while right after it has come up to temperature and will usually go away after driving for a bit. Occasionally it wont happen at all. Recently I've put in a new O2 sensor, Cold start sensor, ignitor, plugs and wires... Once warm it idles just over 500 rpm, is this normal for this vehicle? Other than the stalling issue, the truck runs great!
Hi, Check all vacume hoses and fittings make sure there are no vacume leaks also make sure ignition timing is correct.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
First i would adjust the dashpot next to the throttle and then adjust the tension in throttle cable so it odles a little higher around 900 rpm
Posted on May 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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