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1993 TOYOTA PICKUP 4BY4 RUNS FOR 5 MINUITS CHECK ENGINE LINE COMES ON (FLASHES) MOTOR DIES, IT SMELLS LIKE IT IS BURNING REAL RICH ?

CHANGED OUT FUEL PUMP, FUEL FILTER FUEL REGULATOR COIL, IGNITIOR CAP,ROTOR CHECK DISTRIBUTOR AND PLUGS

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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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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.

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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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