Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
My 1994 Toyota truck, 4WD is not starting but it cranks. I've changed the spark plugs, placed new dist. cap and thermostat, and it had started. It ran for a couple of days and it wouldn't start up again. How do I check for blown fuse.
Hey, mad legend, have u checked for spark and gas yet? If not, that's the 1st thing to do. To check for spark, u can use a spark plug u took out recently when u changed the plugs. Disconnect a plug wire at plug, plug into used plug, place where u can see tip of plug easily, have someone crank engine over, u should see a good spark at plug tip. To check to see if it's getting fuel, attempt to start several times, pull a plug and check it, tip should show signs of fuel. If it's dry, no sign of fuel, u may have a fuel pump issue.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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