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What could cause a low rpm hesitation or an acceleration hesitation on a 1998 toyota tacoma 4 cylinder 4X4

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I have a 1998 toyota takoma. I blew the 80 amp fuse in my truck. I replaced the amp. Now since the fuse was replaced all of these things have happened..please help. Any clues??? It turns over with fire but no gas. I bought the new 80 amp alternatator square fuse for under the hood. I put 1/4 tank of Gas. New Fuel Pump Relay/Computer Relay (under the hood). Also replaced EFI Fuse in (Fuse Box Inside Truck). No line pressuring up at the start switch. It usually makes a noise...but now nothing, no noise. No lights on the dash board on the right hand side...however the left hand side has all lights. I'm very confused.

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U could very well need a new fuel pump or fuel pressure regulator, or u might just need a full tune-up done

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I have a 1998 tacoma trd 4x4 extra cab and the 4x4 doesn't seem to be engaging what could cause this


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I think my problem is the clutch whenever im on the throttle it sometimes jerks, or hesitates for a second.1997 toyota tacoma 4x4 3.4L


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#4 cylinder is misfiring in my 1997 toyota tacoma 4x4. Auto parts store put on machine and got this result. They say that it could be spark plug. Any Ideas. Looses power on mountain.


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Weak or bad coil
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This is a case of testing and process of elimination. Have them all tested to find out which one is the culprit. Change the plug and wire to a different cylinder, if the misfire happens in that cylinder, you'll know it's either the plug or the wire. Without doing any testing, it's hard to say what the cause is.

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How do i remove the manuel clutch to a 1998 tacoma


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HESITATION WHEN ACCELERATING


+check plug gap adjustment ,25th ,they should be changed around 10.000 miles and if the gap is excessive then this will cause the missing and extreme cases retarded timing ,ok a knats whatsit but with modern fuel and the amount of ethanol it contains ?

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Tacoma 4x4 not engaging


Do you have all 4 tires matched to each other? If you have 1 worn and 3 new, expect problems. Also, 2 tires on the front from 1 mfgr and 2 on the rear from a different mfgr will cause no 4WD. If all 4 tires match, put it in 4WD and tap on the transfer case and the front shift mechanism on the front axle. One or the other may be stuck, assuming that the 4WD fuse is good. The fuse is in the fusebox under the dash.

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