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Old 06-05-2008, 06:33 PM   #1  
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starting issues

first off 1986 toyota 4runner 22re

my truck is having some starting issues

it needs to crank for 10-15 seconds befor it starts up and it only started after i fixed the fuel line that blew, changed the fuel pump, pressure regulator, and filter allready in a attempt to fix it and the tank has pressure in it (you can hear it when you losen the cas cap)

any ideas? its really starting to piss me off and it seams to be getting worse the truck with stumble before it finally starts now
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check for vacuum leaks.
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Old 06-05-2008, 07:41 PM   #3  
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cold start switch and or injector maybe?
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this is way out in left field, but try resetting the ecu.
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i would try checking the cold start injector and the CS switch
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i was thinking the CS swich as well but i cant find one. is there a way i can test it?
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Does the fuel rail hold pressure? If not then you'll need to find the leak (mine was a bad O ring on an injector). What happens is the fuel rail needs pressure to "pop" the injectors for start up. No pressure, no "pop", no start.


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