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Old 06-13-2017, 10:02 PM
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Along these same lines, my son has a 2001 4runner which runs great until the engine heats up a little. (90 minutes into the drive maybe during winter or maybe 30 minutes into an errand in the summer) Then after being stopped for a traffic light, he presses on the accelerator and there's nothing there. (as other guy described "falls flat on its face") If you hold the accelerator down it eventually starts taking off at its own pace. Or he could be on the freeway driving fine and he hits the pedal to pass, and nothing happens. If cruise control is set on 70, then it might drop to 55 all by itself. It is throwing no codes whatsoever, so every shop says, if it's throwing no codes, then we can't fix it. Colder weather, it almost always runs great but with warmer weather it acts up much sooner. So is it possible it could be the mass air flow sensor...?
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