Question about 1987 Toyota Pickup
My battery was dead and I was trying to be jumped offf and the hot and cold was switched. Nothing would happen after that.
I got a new battery and also replaced the coil and the points.
The car will turn over but will not fire.
I also replaced all the fuses that was bad.
Does anyone have any tips that would get this truck to start?
I have an 87 toyota pickup. It will start with either, otherwise no go. I dont here the fuel pump run. I cant find a relay or fuse. I wanted to hotwire the fuel pump but i dont know which wires to hook up any one know??
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
Begin with routing checks with a multimeter or 12 volts bulb tester determin if you got voltage on 12 volt side of the coil secondly check the fuel pump to see if ifs working by losening the line on the carburetor or injector what ever you carry ensure that your points is set and gapped properly make certain that all ignition lights shows up when ignition is switch on that would help you figure which fuse is burn if there's any check for broken wires on battery terminals sometimes you might have to tug on it a bit to be certain.
try this for now
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