Question about 1983 Toyota Pickup
I have a 1987 toyota pickup 22-re efi when its cold out i cant get no power to the fuel pump but when its warm it works great we thought it was the ignitor we replaced it with one from a junkyard but it still does the same thing. did we get a bad ignitor or does this have nothing to do with the fuel pump
Have you tried changing the fuel pump relay under the hood? it may be old, and the cold could be having an effect on it.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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