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2004 Toyota Tundra 4.7v8 will not stay idle'd

I went to start truck this mornning and it was dead. Charged battery all day and went to start truck and all was fine. However now my truck will not stay idle'd and it just keeps dying. Any thoughts on why this may be happening?

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  • t_kelley Feb 04, 2009

    No it is not

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Bad throttle motor. Is the Check Engine Light on?

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    One morning I went to start it but noting happened I thought the battery was just dead but I noticed that all of my lights and dash lights came on though with that said I jump it off the vehicle started but when I but it in gear it jolted hard thinking nothing of it I pressed on the accelerator and it didn't Rev or give me any rpms at all what could be wrong with it it ran just fine the day before

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Take the battery to autozone and have it checked.It could have a dead cell.

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