Question about 1992 Toyota 4Runner
My 1992 Toyota 4Runner 4X4 has a A340H transmission. When the timing is set to 19 degrees, I have acceleration up hills, and entering freeways. However, it will not pass smog. When the timing is set to 10 degrees, it will pass smog, but I have no acceleration, either on freeway onramps, or going uphill. Is there any alternative that would give me power and stay within smog specs for California? Would a different transmission correct this problem?
1992 4 runner 4 x 4, I think it is already passed 150,000 miles.the pistons and rings are lose and are leaking, the pressure probably low, try to use some oil treatment, I used Market America special oil treatment and got a very good result. you can set to 19 degrees and add some of those treatment see the result, this is cheapest way, just try it, because I can not test drive your car and check the engine pressure.
Please be sure go to MarketAmerica.com and check it first.
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