Question about 1996 Toyota Tacoma
Sounds like you have a blown or seeping head gasket on one cylinder. You need to take it in and have it checked. You could also check your coolant level when truck is cool. You will need to remove the radiator cap to check properly. DO NOT REMOVE CAP WHEN HOT!!!! You could also pull the sparkplugs and see if one is wet after it sits for some time.
Posted on Mar 30, 2014
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