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NOT ALL CYLINDERS FIRING ON 1993 TOYOTA TRUCK

ALL PLUGS AND WIRES HAVE BEEN REPLACED ALONG WITH THE DISTRIBUTOR CAP.

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Run a compression test on all cylinders to see if you have a burnt valve or worn cylinder.

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