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Old 11-26-2007, 02:17 PM   #1
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Exclamation 91 toyota 4x4 fuel problem

hi im a newbie but i need som help. i had a leak on my send line neer my fuel tank and they were going to charge 900 dollers to fix it so i decided to try to rig it up to run. well i took the box off and cut the line at the leek( there was some sort of coupling there and it was broken off almost completly) well i spliced it togather with some rubber hose from the hard line to the other rubber headed under the cab. no the leak is gone but the truck wont pop i loosened the line to see if i was getting fuel through to were i spliced and a am. i checked at diffrent spots were i could lossen the hose clamps and im all the way up as far as i can. i cant seem to find the fuel filter to check or change that out. but the pump seems to work i think maybe its the filter clogged. we sprayed some carb cleaner in the intake and she ran off that then died i dont know mutch about efi or toyotas in general so much help would be great full.
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Old 11-26-2007, 04:38 PM   #2
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What vehicle are you working on...as in what motor does it have? That would be helpful if you want to know where the filter is.
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Sounds like you covered the bases. How long did you crank it after opening the fuel line? I had to crank mine for a solid minute after getting it all back together from the recent HG job. You have to give the pump the opportunity to prime the system after introducing air. I would at least crank on it for a couple minutes before I tried anything else.
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Sounds like you covered the bases. How long did you crank it after opening the fuel line? I had to crank mine for a solid minute after getting it all back together from the recent HG job. You have to give the pump the opportunity to prime the system after introducing air. I would at least crank on it for a couple minutes before I tried anything else.
Hahaha...bingo! That's probably the problem. Every time he cracked the line and tried to start, it wouldn't right away.
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