Question about 1998 Toyota 4Runner
Sitting at a light and it died. Restarted while waiting for the light to change. Died again. Tried to restart again and it was more difficult to restart. Turned around to go back home and it died as I was driving. This time it was much more difficult to restart. Has 142,000 miles on it and all maintenance is done by self.
Check your fuel pressure. Sounds like the pump is going away on you. Also change your fuel filter. Fuel pump is in the tank, filter is on the frame rail. Hope this helps; rate me highly.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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