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1998tacoma will not start when cold

Put and rarll #1 pulg and put gas in cylinder and put plug back end and will start and run find . but engine cool will not start

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Air cleaner is clean right ? try shooting a little fuel in the throat of the throttle body or air cleaner to see if it starts .. if so you have a fuel problem .. fuel filter or fuel pump needs changed thanks jerry holler if you need more .

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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