Question about 1987 Toyota 4Runner
Loose nut behind the wheel any ideas
Posted on Mar 01, 2012
I don't know what year you are working with, but I have an 87 that was doing the same thing. I converted the air filter to a K&N system and did away with the old filter box. The problem did not go away. I talked to a Toyota specialist and he told me in the top of the mass flow sensor there is a plug that you need to drill out. There is an adjustment screw that regulates the air mixture with the gas. It is located on top of the mass air flow sensor that connects to your air filter box.
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