Question about 1999 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner
I assumed it was a vacuum leak from the start. i search for it for 2 days checking all the hoses until i finally broke down and took it to the shop. my mechanic immediatly told me it was a vacuum leak too but unfortunatly did couldn't find it right away and i would have to leave it for him to fix. so after not 1 but 3 days and $90 later he told me that upon removal of my intake i had accidentally losened my throttle body from the intake manifold and blew out the gasket.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
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