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96 4runner My 96 4runner shakes in idle and around 1500 rpms no matter how fast i am going. and recently started to run very rough and there is kind of a sputter sound coming from the exaughst

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  • chazzmani Dec 03, 2008

    same deal with me

  • lugnut1976 Jan 02, 2009

    my 1995 4Runner just started to shake in idle, strongest when not moving at all. Has little power accelerating and the shaking will only go away at high engine RPM.



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One of your hoses behind your battery is unattached and is probably dry rotted

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