Question about Toyota Pickup
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Are you using the spark plug from the dead cylinder to check for a spark?
If no, try the plug make sure it's not the plug itself, if yes, check the HT lead is not shorting when it is in position, if the spark plug hole sleeve is deep it may be shorting through the rubber boot that normaly fits over the spark plug.
Are you sure the injector is working? fuel rail blockage, dirty injector, faulty injector, faulty electrical contact to the injector.?
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
Check the distributor rotor and the contacts on distributor cap, check that spark plugs are not dirty with oil, even if they are new.
If distribution is electronic take it to garage for scanner test.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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