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Toyota corolla AE91 EFI Year of manufacturing is 1990 cranking but not picking. Confirmed that the fuel pump is pumping. Checked all fuses are ok. Stopped on its own when it was idling. What could be the problem? Samuel Wachiori - Kenya

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The most common reason for the symptom you describe is one of two things. First of all change the fuel filter, then add a couple of bottles of dry gas to the fuel tank. This should solve your problem.

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