Question about Toyota Pickup
CHANGED OUT FUEL PUMP, FUEL FILTER FUEL REGULATOR COIL, IGNITIOR CAP,ROTOR CHECK DISTRIBUTOR AND PLUGS
Could be the auto choke not turning itself off ,where the sensor is i have no idea though .
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: truck stalls
if it is burning rich, there for it will be over fueling around low rpm i do belive, which will cause the engine to flood, im guessing after you have been low rpm then go for high rpms, it like hesitaes and takes abit of a cough then goes, if that is the case then it is overfueling.
there is a way to advance/****** the engine mixture, but id say for safe if you don't know what your doing to take it do a garage, and ask for it to be timed up with the timing strobe light :) which will stop the, over fuelling around low rpms.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
I pretty much had this same problem what your problem is going to be is more than likely you have a pin hole leek in one of the fuel lines inside the plenum .
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
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