Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
It sounds like your fuel injectors may be clogged or dirty, you can take your vehicle to a shop and ask them to clean the injectors or you can attempt to clean the fuel injector you will need a fuel injector cleaner, in order to find the dirty fuel injector you will need a fuel pressure gauge,and a fuel injector tester,both items are very cheap and can be purchased at this website www.discountbargainprices.com,
Posted on Jan 23, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel Tank Capacity
i would guess 60 liters...
but the best way to know it is by really driving it with almost empty tank then make a full tank at the gas station and you would know the tank capacity...
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Posted on Sep 06, 2008
im not sure on that particular vehicle but most trucks have a fuel pump shut off if the vehicle gets hit or is jarred real hard look in your book for the fuel pump reset button it is a inertia switch
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
SOURCE: 1987 S-10 CHEVY
Do you hear the fuel pump buzz for a few seconds when you turn on the key? If not you have an electrical problem. If you do, then trace the fuel line from the tank to the first point where it connects to something and loosen the connection. Turn the key on and see if you get fuel. If not then the problem is between there and the tank. If you do then try other end . Keep doing this at every junction and you should find the cause of your problem. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
to be honest, with an 89, all you can do is replace the injector. how an injector works is there is a small amount of current that is run to a coil around a rod (if you are unaware, this produces magnetic fields). the magnetic field produced pulls up what is usually a small ball, allowing fuel to go through the tip of the injector nozzle. all you can do to fix this is to buy different injectors.
just a question..why do you think they are spraying too much fuel? because it may just be that you have excessive fuel pressure and your fuel pressure regulator is bad. hit me back.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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