Question about 1997 Toyota T100
Possibly an injector has been stuck open by debris that went down the fuel lines when you were replacing them.
Pull a fuel rail and have a very trustworthy individual hold the injectors in place. Then cycle the key into the on position. No fuel should leak from the injectors, but MAKE SURE they are held in place other wise they could shoot out getting fuel every where (They do not push very hard).
If you are uncomfortable doing this most towns have a shop that will be able to test and clean the injectors for around 20-40 dollars each.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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