Question about Toyota 4Runner
The problem is a Vaccum diaphram located on the rear fuelrail underneth the intake manifold this is big problem on the 3 liter Toyota motor
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
With the engine cold, turn the key to on and look very carefully using a flashlight if necessary (no droplights) There is no "safe" fuel leak. Since the engine will not start, I'd guess that the leak is on the supply side fuel line. Once you find the leak, then you can begin to figure out what needs to be done to correct it.
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