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Stall Driving, Crank and no start codes p0127 p0335 p0340

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    Tj Conway Oct 19, 2013

    Buy a Chevrolet!!!! Toyotas yet again have created a monster!!!! What a pile of junk!!!! It is a 100k Truck


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It is in your firing distribution and or ignition coil pack on any engine when you get these codes ..if the vehicle is showing codes and it is still running say smooth ,,it will not be for long ,,those lights come on generally before these components go out

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

Testimonial: "I have the solution now. This engine is EXTREMELY poorly designed. With all the problems Toyota and Honda had in the 80s I would have never have thought they would use a rubber band to spin the camshaft. Well, they do and with 110k on this truck, the rubber band stretched. So it needs an Engine!!! Technically a valve job. But, I priced it both ways and it is a lot cheaper just to replace the engine in it. I found an engine with 100k on it for $600. Anyway, thanks and sorry to waste everyones time!!!!!"

  • Tj Conway
    Tj Conway Oct 19, 2013

    I cant believe Toyota would be stupid enough to use a rubber band to power their V8 Engine!!! I also cant believe the "EXPERTS" tell people dont worry about replacing the timing belt at 90k miles as Toyota recommends. I did a lot of Googling and that is one constant. People asking about the recommended replacement at 90k and experts saying it is not needed. It is an interference engine. That means if the belt snaps and with the labor rates as they are it needs an engine if the belt breaks!!!!


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