Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
Spray the coil with WD-40 around the lead to the distributor cap. If it runs smooth then, replace the coil. WD-40 displaces moisture. There could be a small crack that you can't see; it closes up when it warms up. Then go back to the distributor cap and take it off; see if there's moisture in there. If so, spray it with starter fluid and leave it sit until it's all dried out. You could use a hair dryer too I suppose. Put it back on and make sure it's seated properly. Did you replace the lead from the coil also? Check the wire ends; have you seated them properly?
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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