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#20 of 69 Re: Fuel Filter for 94 Toyota 4X4 [alcan]
Jul 22, 2005 (3:59 am)
In 94, they just called it a "pickup". Since then it has become the Tacoma. It is a 4 cyl. with the 22RE engine. It has a manual transmission.
#22 of 69 Re: Questions about Fuel Systems [hzlholmes]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Jul 22, 2005 (9:31 am)
We'd need year make model engine and better description of symptoms.
#23 of 69 Re: Fuel Filter for 94 Toyota 4X4 [alcan]
Jul 22, 2005 (4:22 pm)
I think you may have hit the nail on the head. We have not checked under the injector manifold. BUT, I did get the idleing problem fixed today. Tightened a pin under the throttle linkage and it smoothed right on out. Thanks for the help. Now it's time to work on the Volvo.
#24 of 69 Re: Fuel Filter for 94 Toyota 4X4 [harrybulldog]
Jul 22, 2005 (4:39 pm)
Glad to hear you got one sorted out. Good luck with the Volvo.
#25 of 69 Re: Fuel Filter for 94 Toyota 4X4 [alcan]
Jul 22, 2005 (4:54 pm)
Thanks. Working on that thing is tight quarters and the parts aren't exactly cheap. I just hope I can get another 185k out of it.
#26 of 69 2003 ford expediton xlt 4.6
Aug 29, 2005 (1:34 am)
yes, i have a 2003 ford expedition with 55,000 miles on it i raned it low of gas a few times now it is hesitating when i'm trying to accelerate, it goes real slow and then gradually pick up then start fading out again and sometimes jerk a little bit what is wrong anyone know should i change the fuel filter or is it my fuel pump.. also where can i get cheap parts from the dealership is so high....i have tried gas treatment but it didn't work.....it got worser at a half of tank of gas please help me out i just a little old lady...thanks
#27 of 69 Re: 2003 ford expediton xlt 4.6 [ttvjo]
Aug 29, 2005 (7:31 pm)
try replacing the fuel filter first. it's a little interesting to work on... bolted underneath, has those silly spring clips on it, you have to bleed the pressure off first at the fuel rail... but you're due on that. aftermarket filters from a quality source like wix should be less than the dealer cost. any decent auto parts store will have a filter for that vehicle in stock.
Dec 02, 2005 (4:16 pm)
2002 Silverado, 8.1L, 73K mi. - This truck has seen a gradual reduction in fuel mileage over the last six months. Besides plugs, what constitutes a tune-up? Should the injectors be removed and cleaned? as well as O2 sensors? Thanks.
#29 of 69 Re: Injectors [noobie1]
Dec 02, 2005 (4:59 pm)
"Besides plugs, what constitutes a tune-up?"
Plug wires, air filter, PCV valve, fuel filter.
"Should the injectors be removed and cleaned?"
"as well as O2 sensors?"
No. Oxygen sensors will gradually deteriorate, and when they do they'll tend to slow down their response to changes in exhaust gas oxygen content. The proper way to check an O2 sensor is to monitor it's activity on a scan tool, watching for swings between low and high voltage output.