Seems to be starved for fuel

Asked by Jun 18, 2017 at 06:28 PM about the 1994 Toyota Pickup

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 cyl.
Changed rotor and plugs fuel filter.
No check engine light.
The vehicle seems to be starved for gas.
It will start and run great and then act like it
isn't getting fuel.
There is no check engine light.
It doesn't have a obd2 plug.

2 Answers

2,745

Fuel pressure regulator perhaps? With engine off take the hose off and see if any fuel comes out if so not good. Also you can hook up a Mity-Vac and see if it holds pressure. Good Luck!

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8,465

change the fuel filter...check the voltage and grounding on your chassis (black cable to chassis)~ assure proper electricals to your pump~

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