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Toyota prado 2001 v6 5vz engine, will start but wont run

The car was overheating and running sick, replaced radiator thermostat etc, last resort was to pull motor down and check head gaskets, all replaced. put back together but it wont run. it will start but when you accelorate it cuts out. looking for pictures of the engine to make sure everythings been put back correctly. have the manual for it but it doesnt include the pictures im after. or any other suggestions of what it could be.

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OK - You confirmed the thermostat was causing the overheating? Sounds like fuel injectors - but check the spark plugs and ignition coils first.

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