Question about 1989 Toyota 4Runner
May not be a solution but it is worth a try. take the wire form the coil and put it back but DO NOT LET IT MAKE CONTACT WITH THE COIL. It could be moisture in the coil that when you plug the wire in all of the way it then grounds out and makes the engine not fire. when you put the wire close to it and not allow it to make contact, it then will not be grounded.. put a strap or zip tie on the wire to keep it from moving then start the vehicle. if it starts and runs then either you can try to dry out the coil or just go buy one that is already dry. I KNOW ITS WEIRD BUT IT WORKED WITH MY FORD F150. GOODLUCK
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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