Question about 1998 Toyota 4Runner
Check all of your fuel lines that go to the fuel rail for leaks or cracked hoses.Be sure that the pressure regulator and pulsation damper isn't leaking.Also be sure none of the throttle body components aren't leaking.As far as the sound without knowing what the sound is like I don't want to mislead you only because sound travels it would be hard to pinpoint the sound without being there to hear it.Also inspect the injectors for any leakage.
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