Question about 2000 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner
After driving truck for a few miles it starts runung bad and dies at idle. When engine is shut off hot, afer a few minutes fuel will run out of the canister vent for fuel vapor. I have changed the fuel cap and it did not help. If fuel cap is left loose problem will not occur.
Check your fuel vapor canistor for restricted vent line there could be a possible orfice valve inline towards tank wich would not let the tank breathe causing vapor lock
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