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Coil wire shorting out, replaced wire, still no spark

I have a 1991 toyota 4x4 v6 pickup. was going down the road one day and the truck just died. i've changed; computer,2 fuel relays, rewired the fuel pump, replaced coil wire, and cleaned distributer cap. the motor is receiving gas. i dont know what else to do. when i replaced to coil wire, the truck fired right up. and when i took it bout 2 miles down the road it died again!! still wont start!!

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Was the check engine light on? Sounds like you need an air-flow meter replacement.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    I have checked nearly everything even down too swapping the computer, with several other computers. changed the distributer, coil, igniter, wires cap rotor.

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I HAVE A QUESTION THAT MIGHT HELP, THE 22-RE 4 CYLINDER HAS A STEEL TIMING CHAIN, IVE BEEN TOLD THAT THE V-6 HAS A RUBBER TIMING BELT ON THE SIDE OF THE MOTOR UNDER A COVER?

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