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I have a 1981 Toyota 4WD with a 22r engine. Truck has been sitting up for about 8mos. I purchased it and got it home. The only way I can start if is by pouring gas in carb. I have replaced all vac lines and put in new accellerator pump diaphram. I got all of old gas out of tank that I could and blew out the fuel filter. Every once in a while I can get it to start without pouring gas in carb. Barely touch gas pedal and let off when 1st starting. I need help/.

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Check the fuel pump, maybe it is not working. if you put a new accelerator pump, I wonder if it's same as the fuel pump. if so, maybe you need to rebuild your carb, clean the small fuel line in the carb, something block there.

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