Question about 1993 Toyota 4Runner
I was driving as normal on the highway, then felt a sudden lost of power. I needed to pump more fuel to maintain motor working and it did. After I got to a traffic light went motor stalled. Tough time to start it again, but with the lost of power. I managed to got home, pumping more fuel to keep the idle up, and the car moving.
Background, recently I retrofit the motor and fine tuned the carburator. Mechanics were not as quality finishers. I received the car with no fuel filter, the ground cable that connect the mass with the chassis not connected, but I was working okey for over a month. Would like to fix it myself this time. What would be the common causes?
The carburator is dirty and check the bleeder screw for some dirt that went in the carburator. Adjust the idle .
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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