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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check and clean the Idle Control Valve.(IAC) buy a can carburator cleaner or brake cleaner. remove the air duct work .In the fuel intake system side, you can see some holes to the side on the inside. One of those holes is the IAC valve. Turn on the car and run at 1200 rpms. Use something heavy to press the gas pedal. Spray the cleaner into the holes on the intake side going to the fuel system. Turn off the engne and let the cleaner soak a bit. Repeat the process a few more times or until the engine runs smooth.The valve can be easily removed from the outside . If you have to, remove the valve and clean it.If it still does not work, replace the IAC.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
try cleaning out the carb, replacing fluids, and then put a fuel filter on it, because all the 1980-1988 toyotas didnt have fuel filters on them. Just go buy one cheap from your local hardware store, and install it on your fuel line.
This same thing happened to my 1987 toyota 22r pickup truck.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Your answer is a long tube down the filler pipe and syphon it out into a pail. The end of the hose in the bottom of the tank must be higher than the end of the hose to the pail in the pail. To start the syphoning has someone you don't like **** on the out side end to start the flow. OR...You can buy a kit to do this with a hand operated bellowspump to start the flow. This should get most of it out. Hope that helps you. Please let me know!
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
first is there gas in the tank first, then check the fuel pump- take out the fuel hose that lead to the carburetor and crank the engine to see if fuel is coming, if not , check all hose leading to the tank - if ok , check the fuel pump- also check fuel filter too . let me know what is doing
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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