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91 Toyota 22re sputters around 2500rpms

I have a 91 toyota pickup. I just had the engine and tranny proffesionaly rebuilt about 500 miles ago. Initially it seems to idle a little high and run a little hot but i know thats to be expected from a fresh rebuilt. The thing that is my main concern is when accelerating, around 2500 rpms it sputters. It doesnt seem to matter what gear im in and it only happens while accelerating. I ve tried injector cleaner and what not and that seems to have no effect. Anybody have any idea?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Have you changed the fuel filter?

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Your throttle position sensor might me bad or out of adjustment. if it is out of adjustment then it can misfire all the way up to 3500 rpm.
i had a friend that had a miss fire at 2500 rpm. i adjusted the tpss right and the misfire went away. Check for engine codes by jumping TE1 and E1.
Your fuel filter may be dirty and restricting fuel to your injectors.
have your fuel pressure checked.

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    Toyota Guy Mar 06, 2009

    Check your timing with a timing light. When you do this jump TE1 and E1.

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You need to check you timing .
and you need every thing is rechecked after 500 miles

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