I have a 3 liter diesel Toyota surf 1993 turbo auto, similar prob, just
would not fire up one morning, noticed glow plug light dd not come on
as usual, by passed and wired direct to plugs, no go, wont start on
Aerostart, engine turns over fine,no start, changed fuel filters, TCV
solenid at bottom of Injector pump clicks ok, definately fuel to low
pressure side but no fuel pumps out to high pressure injector side, ECD
soleniod does not click will test tomorrow, suspecting the injector
It may be a number of issues have got the diagnostics from the manual at this site
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or cam belt.?
the FSM has it , get one.
or alldata.com, covers ours in USA>? log in and look.
what engine, ? here is the wiki, showing why i must ask the engine. on all cars.
The same 2.4 L four-cylinder (22RE) and 3.0 L V6 (3VZ) engines were available in rear-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive layouts. The Hilux Surf version for the Japanese market was also available with a range of diesel engines, including a 2.4 L turbodiesel2L-TE I4 up to 1993, followed by a 3.0 L turbodiesel 1KZ-TE I4. A small number were also made with a normally aspirated 2.8 L diesel 3L I4. A small number were also produced with a 2.0 L 3Y I4 naturally aspirated gasoline engine.
Diesel engines don't have spark plugs. They use compression and heat to fire the diesel. Most diesel engines have glow plugs which are designed to preheat the combustion chamber to help burn the diesel fuel when you start it up. Hope this helps.
Typically, the glow plug light not coming on indicates that you have some bad plugs or poor connection. You need to replace the plugs and check the wire connections.
It is interesting how picky diesels are when they aren't warm.
Hope this helps.