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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your exhaust for blockage. Also could be spark plugs. If the check engine light is on then it's got a code in the computer. Take it to a car parts store and have them hook up a scan tool.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
I had a very close problem, i had to have the fuel injecters cleaned. The truck runs 10 times better now. I had even changed the spark plugs, fuel filter, rotor and wires. have the injectors cleaned that could solve your problem
Posted on May 05, 2009
Hello! The likely culprit is the Throttle Positioning Sensor (TPS)...A Black button device with a 5 pin connector which is held in place by 2 bolts...It is located on the throttle body...Wire colors are; Red, Black, Brown and Blue...Cost is around $130...
If you have a voltmeter it can be tested...Straighten out 2 paper clips and push them into the rear of the connector on the Red and Black wires...Set the meter to read 5 volts...Hook the + lead to Red and - to Black...With engine at idle meter should read less than 1 volt (approx .85V)...Slowly increase throttle...voltage should rise SMOOTHLY to 4 volts...If voltage skips, jumps, or acts erratic the TPS is defective...
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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the camshaft position sensor is a $40 - $70 part at rockauto.com, depending on your engine. first check the connections to the sensor to make sure the computer is getting a good signal. You may have to remove the sensor and look into the mounting hole to see if there is an obstruction that may be blocking a proper signal. check the wiring to see if it may have corrosion or a short to ground.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
SOURCE: My 2004 Toyota tacoma automatic will reverse. However when the engine gets up to around 2000 rpm the truck seems like it kicks out of reverse and just starts reving up. Let off gas in reverse and rev
Could be a few issues, why was the tranny replaced? If the old one was failing badly and had any metal bits in the fluid etc, and you reused the same torque converter, that may be part of the problem. Was the system thoroughly flushed out before filling it back up? If not, same issue as torque converter is possible. If a new converter was used, was it filled up before you installed it? After sitting for so long the pump seals could have dried and the pump could be leaking, causing all kinds of problems.
Posted on Mar 24, 2015
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