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96 Toyota Tacoma lacks take off power and stumbles

My 1996 V6 Toyota Tacoma seems to have the timing off. It is very sluggish taking off, but okay once it gets going. Also stumble (hesitates) everytime I take my foot off the accerator and press again.

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Any trouble light? Sounds like it might be misfiring during acceleration which is more related to ignition quality than timing. Check the spark plugs--if badly worn, replace them. Might need new spark plug wiring. Check the air cleaner. Replace the O2 sensor if the truck has a lot of miles. Look for loose or cracked vacuum hoses.

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