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You do have a bad injector and should replace it real soon. It is open and fuel in pooring into ya cylender. And the undurnt fuel is running into your oil too. So have it changed before you get more problems down the road.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dont bother with the filter, its under your intake I believe, but Im sure its not the problem. yes, only use toyota plugs and wires
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: Engine Trouble
Your getting backfires? hmm interesting. Seems like your engine is getting flooded and either purging it out of the exhaust or burning it all at once or both (backfire). Sounds like a leaky engine valve to me.There again the bluish smoke indicates to me thatyou are leaking oil somewhere- bad rings or head gasket maybe, which could cause a loss of compression which could also cause your problems.That rattling from the left/rear side sounds like a bad muffler try kicking the muffler (not hard though) next time you walk by it.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
if your exhaust system is not up to factory spec this will cause idle and rough running conditions,as well as the poor fuel economy, this is due to the sensors not getting accurate readings and sending skewed info to the onboard computer, (the exhaust system has as many as 3 sensors, although i think yours has only one, if you can also remove the catylitic converter, you will get more power./better fuel economy
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
could be faulty plugs, wire, idle sensor or fuel filter. on board diagnostics may give you a code. haynes manuels can give you instructions on OBD.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Bad injectors causing the vehicle to run poorly can cause other damages to sensors etc. Buy a code reader and check the codes.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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