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My efi fuse is out and my car only goes If I push the peddle to the floor. what else can it be besides the fuse? i put a wire from the efi to battery it was fine but now it wont work at all.

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Hello Maria, my name is Andy and let me tell you that toyotas are one of the best cars in the world for reasonable prices the rare rare rare have electronics problems that means that is almost imposible is an electronic shortage unless somebody did something is not right remove whatever you done that is NOT FACTORY and check fuses all of them inside the cabin and under the hood and make sure you replace fuses for right amperage

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check the wires along you engine see if any have a bare spot or rubbing the throttle cable, sounds like you have a short also check to see if any wire along your fuel injection on the engine have a bare spot or shorted look closly and slowly for the rubber shielding to be chaffed or missing remember the wires once shorted could have turned black so dont just look for copper color inspect very closely with a flash light.

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SOURCE: unsure if promblem is fixed. Blowing efi fuse.

The most common reason for the EFI fuse to blow is the wiring is rubbed through somewhere in the engine wiring harness, this fuse supplies power to many EFI parts on the engine, always look for shorts where the most movement is, the engine is that place, most likely the next time you go down a really rough road the short may occure again, carry a few fuses just to be safe.

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there's a short somewhere causing that amperage to go up

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test light on neg with key on power at both sides of coil ???? next test light on bat plus put to coil neg and have somone turn car over if test light flashes and still no spark coil is bad if test light no flash ignighter is most likely bad the ignighter switches ground on your coil for spark

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SOURCE: My 4runner blows EFI fuse when putting car in gear ( D or R )

Solenoid valves from transmission gear 1 and 3 needed to be replaced.

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