Question about 1998 Toyota 4Runner
Check the Fuel filter, And Also Check the Fuel Pressure for what your 4 Runner calls for, Not to mention Did you Buy Cheap gas for a Gas station that you Normally Dont use? Might have Watered down gas..
A Stupid But Sometime working Item is to Tap the Fuel Filter a few times with the back of a Screw driver to knock the "Dirt" in the Filter around and see if it start as normal,
If So Replace the Filter, But at 142,000 your about Due for a Fuel Pump..
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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