Question about 1986 Toyota 4Runner
I would first start with the coil, distributor cap, rotor, spark plugs, and the spark plug wires. If that doesn't fix the problem, I would then change the fuel pump (located in the gas tank) and the fuel pump relay switch (located in the kick panel on the driver's side). If that still does not fix the problem, I would change out the Air Flow Sensor (located on top of the air filter box), and the Fuel Sensor (located where the air filter tube attaches to the intake manifold).
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