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1984/5 toyota tarago 3y 2litre

How ya going mate i have a toyota tarago 3y 2litre. when i start it up it runs fine but after a little while it stalls with no revs or when i put the clutch in. i gave it a service new dizzy cap plugs the works and it still does the same thing can ya give a bloke a hand mate.......

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Check the fuel pressure. The pump might be going bad and it's in the fuel tank. It's expensive to replace. Try toyotavansdotnet

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1.please check for intake air leak.2.check idle valve condition and power supply to component.3.readout for any dtc in vehicle.

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