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Will Not Start

1991 Toyota 4Runner V6.
Will start and run by shooting a little starting fluid in the intake plenum, but will die as soon as the fluid is gone. It keeps blowing the EFI fuse under the hood, so I tried jumping it, but it made no difference. Replaced the fuel pump, and still no change. There is no coolant or muck in the oil. All other fuses inside and under the hood are good. I was thinking of replacing the fuel filter next, but that still doesn't explain the EFI fuse blowing. Anyone have any ideas?

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  • denverposter Jun 09, 2009

    I did already replace the fuel pump. I have not yet replaced the fuel filter. It seems as though fuel isn't getting to the injectors at all. Even jumping the fuse with a piece of wire it gets no fuel to the injectors. I do have a volt/ohm meter. Any further ideas will be appreciated.

  • Bruce Hathcock May 11, 2010

    may have a shorted injector, try removing the injector connectors and see if the fuse blows if not then put the connectors on one at a time until it blows the fuse, if you have a volt ohm meter I can tell you how to test the injectors, did you already replace the fuel sock? and do change the fuel filter it will save you from buying a pump. The ethanol in gas ruins filters and injectors.

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It will not run without that fuse intact. There is a short in the circuit that must be fixed .

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