Question about 1987 Toyota Pickup
Hello first of all
Well i would bet your pickup coil is faulty or hall effect sensor not sure if toyota has hall effect sensor but they do have coil pick up this part sits directly under distributor cap it simple to change and it will remedy your problem as what you listed is common with this part being faulty. And since you have already changed so much this is really all that's left.
I am almost sure this will solve your issue please feel free to contact me with any issues
Posted on May 22, 2011
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