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Old 05-21-2022, 08:48 PM #1036
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p0171 system too lean too much air not enough fuel. Check for vacuum leaks. dry, cracked hoses. Spray carb cleaner on the intake to see if there is a leak.
edit. pcv valve and hose are good.
Ill check that again. Any recommendations? I don't wanna take it in but I also don't have a propane torch. Will soapy water work?
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Replace your primary oxygen sensor if you haven’t already, it’s a maintenance item anyway so even if it doesn’t fix the issue it isn’t expensive and can only help
I haven't done that but I was leaning towards doing that and all around a general Tune-up.
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Ill check that again. Any recommendations? I don't wanna take it in but I also don't have a propane torch. Will soapy water work?
Spray it with carb cleaner. Vacuum hoses won’t make any bubbles if you spray them with soapy water because they aren’t pressurized.
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Ill check that again. Any recommendations? I don't wanna take it in but I also don't have a propane torch. Will soapy water work?
What @Bad Luck said. you can buy cheap smoke machine of off Amazon etc or make one, there are you tube videos.
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Going to be installing the Fumoto F-133 at my next oil change. I want to know from actual users with 3rd gens if they kept the gasket that came with it or replaced it with an OEM one?

Research shows that many stick with the supplied gasket, but I have a bunch of OEM ones stocked up. Thoughts?
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Going to be installing the Fumoto F-133 at my next oil change. I want to know from actual users with 3rd gens if they kept the gasket that came with it or replaced it with an OEM one?

Research shows that many stick with the supplied gasket, but I have a bunch of OEM ones stocked up. Thoughts?
Doesn't matter which you use, just that you use one. Pick whichever lets you forget about it/be content.

Gotta say that I really like having a fumoto. If only the oil filter wasn't an absolute nightmare that drips everywhere... seems to be a theme as my ford is the same way. Had a Mazda that was straight up and down, immediately next to the oil drain, which is the best setup if still slightly messy. And a VW with a top-side oil filter that was the least messy of them all (simple to lift straight up and slide a catch tray or bag under ~ plus I did top-side oil extraction so never a need to get under the car).
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Misfire on cylinder 4

Hey everyone,

I recently got a misfire on cylinder 4 that came up. Replaced the fuel injector and the spark plug.. put it back together and it coded the same thing.. any suggestions on what to try next?
Did a compression test on that cylinder and it was good. Not sure what the next move is.
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I recently got a misfire on cylinder 4 that came up. Replaced the fuel injector and the spark plug.. put it back together and it coded the same thing.. any suggestions on what to try next?
Did a compression test on that cylinder and it was good. Not sure what the next move is.
What year and engine is your 4Runner?
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What year and engine is your 4Runner?
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Swap coil packs and replace spark plug wires. See if the misfire follows the coil pack or the spark plug wires cures the misfire.
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Swap coil packs and replace spark plug wires. See if the misfire follows the coil pack or the spark plug wires cures the misfire.
Thank you! I'll give this a try and see if it resolves the issue.
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Looking to validate torque settings for steering column/rag joint connections.

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Looking to validate torque settings for steering column/rag joint connections.

Does anyone have quick access to an FSM?
This might be what you're looking for. It's from a '98 FSM.
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This might be what you're looking for. It's from a '98 FSM.
Yes, that validates what I was able to search and find, 26 pounds feet, also here by @Doc2012

https://www.toyota-4runner.org/2051447-post2.html

But what about the 2 bolts and nuts connecting both halves of the rag joint itself?

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Maybe this?

I mean, that would be the ‘control valve shaft’, the the other is ‘intermediate shaft #2’. The 3rd Gen All Questions Allowed Thread




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