Question about 1986 Toyota 4Runner

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Changed fuel pump,coil and ignighter,mass air flow,computer,relays and still wont crank

Does not have crankshaft sensor? could it be the timing chain???

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  • jchan1120 Jan 30, 2009

    could it be checked without tearing it down?

  • jchan1120 Jan 30, 2009

    so i set the timing 180 off from what its supposed to be and if that dont change any then it needs timing chain and gear?

  • jchan1120 Jan 31, 2009

    do i have to pull the oilpan to change the timing chain

  • jchan1120 Feb 04, 2009

    when i pull up at stop sighn and hold the brakes it idles up and down fast, but ican put the transfer case in 4wd and it stops,what would u recommend?????????

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Already checked and changed both

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It could be yes easily

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  • Ronnie Houston Jan 30, 2009

    yes you can turn the distributor and see how far off it is from where it should be originally. its not hard to do and takes just a few minutes to determine just how far off the timing is. you may be able to set it to a different setting and make the vehicle run better for awhile but im sure its in the timing

  • Ronnie Houston Jan 30, 2009

    if you turn the distributor slowly you may be able to find a setting where it will run better...if the timing chain is going it will go regardless of how far off you are or even if you are right on the mark, if you set it 180 degrees off and it s sluggish then move the distributor slowlt towards the passenger side til you find the area it runs the best in for the time being until you are ready yo tear into it

  • Ronnie Houston Jan 31, 2009

    no you dont need to

  • Ronnie Houston Feb 04, 2009

    i would go ahead and put it in 4x4 until you can figure out why its acting like it is...i would recommend you take it to a shop since its hard for me to diagnose the whole problem from here

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