Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
1992 Toyota v6. Changed oil, fixed it for a little while. But the sputtering came back within 50 miles.
Its hard to say what you exactly mean by sputtering , but it could be the throttle body needs cleaning, or you could have an ignition problem in the plugs ,wires, or ignition coils. Also does it have a fuel filter that is changeable that was forgotten about? In other words ,It sounds as if you need a thorough tune up with all the goodies.
Posted on Apr 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your throttle position sensor might me bad or out of adjustment. if it is out of adjustment then it can misfire all the way up to 3500 rpm.
i had a friend that had a miss fire at 2500 rpm. i adjusted the tpss right and the misfire went away. Check for engine codes by jumping TE1 and E1.
Your fuel filter may be dirty and restricting fuel to your injectors.
have your fuel pressure checked.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
electrical issus. have you ever replaced the spark plugs and wires? distributer cap and rotor? might be time to do this routine maintenence.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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