Question about 1990 Toyota Land Cruiser
My Toyota Prado LJ78 1992 with 2LTE efi enhine 2.4ltr turbo diesel
EFI loosing speed uphill due to electronic Gov. does not speed up
engine rpm even you press pedal to the floor, pls advice.
Flat road no problem, air sensor/air filter renewed with no result, no
smoke emition as well engine should be good only I think the
EFI system not working properly, EGR is already cancelled as well
line is block,
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
What i did to overcome the same problem to my 2lte efi is 1.upgrade my turbo fan to larger size
2.adjust position of my fuelpump
3.make sure the green turbo led on dash working when boost pump in(should check the air tube to sensor for leak)
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Did you ever resolved your loosing speed uphill because I have the very exact same problem with you and I have the very exact same car with you also and I don't know what to do to resolve it. Please share what you did if you had resolved this issue. Thanks!
Posted on Jan 20, 2016
Just manually open fully the main intake manifold (automatic when turbo pressure created, maybe not working)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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