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1991 toyota v -6 would not start. I took the fuel line off at the fuel rail.Turned it over and had a ton of fuel . Then put it back the truck started right up but run rough but then died.If I put fuel in the air intake it will start then die.

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You need a pressure tester to find out if you are getting enough fuel pressure. I am not sure how much pressure is needed on those trucks but willing to say you need more than 40 psi. If you do have accurate fuel pressure you might want to test your injectors.

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