Question about 2004 Toyota Sequoia
It seems as if you are driving with the choke engaged all the time. If you haven't pulled the choke then check the business end where you might see the choke lever stuck in a position that indicates the choke has been pulled. Push it back manually and try again.....sodeep
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same car. So far no problems with the Transmision. I had the Trans oil change out every 60 K
Sure sounds like you need to get the Transmision checked. Is the fault light on. I have invested ina fault code reader sure is worth it.
Good luck. Vilmos
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
It could be a number of things. Might be a TPS problem, could be a faulty or dirty MAF sensor, the catalytic converter could be plugging up, could be worn ignition components, low fuel pressure, etc. I would start by checking the fuel pressure and volume using a gauge, and engine vacuum as well. If you are unable to diagnose, have it looked at by a pro. Don't replace any parts unless you know for 100% sure the part is bad. Good luck with it!
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
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