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Old November 26th, 2008, 01:28 PM   #1
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i got a 95 toyota with the 3.0 and just about a week ago it started doing this bogging thing.

it will be fine untill you have to stop then soon as you start to get going again it starts bogging but if you give it more then 3/4 throttle it will go away. and it will do it in every gear unless u give it alot of throttle. i dont mind giving it alot of throttle but i dont feel like filling up at every gas station .

i changed the fuel filter thinking maybe it was clogged or something but it is still doing it. so then i clean my air filter and that didnt help.it happed to both my cousins trucks to. so does this like a toyota thing? or is it just something dumb like a sensor?

any input would be nice.

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Old November 27th, 2008, 12:57 PM   #2
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Not familiar with the 3.slows but when my 22RE started doing it I checked the spark plugs. Turns out you need electrodes to make them stop doing it. They were about completely burned off the plugs!! Changed them and the wires and she ran like a top after that.
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Old November 29th, 2008, 11:35 PM   #3
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yea ill have to try that cuz mine are geting really old anyway. but i did hear something about maybe the fuel pump going bad?
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I never had to mess with one of those on any of my Toys. My experiences with fuel pumps has been when they were bad they didn't work at all on anything.
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yea thats what i thought to. i dont no, i guess i just got to start tinkering with it and see what happens.
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Old December 1st, 2008, 05:55 PM   #6
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i guess i just got to start tinkering with it and see what happens.
hey maybe you souldnt beat on it so hard , oh wait thats right, "you cant worry bout it!"
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Old December 2nd, 2008, 11:37 AM   #7
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goldie goldie goldie. your not in the club you dont beat on yours. its just the grocey getter.
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you might want to look into a fuel pressure regulator. i am having a similar problem with my bronco II but i dont have the money to buy the part yet. this regulates the amount of fuel that gets blown through the injector based on engine vaccume. my buddy had one go bad on his truck. when they get old some times they get sticky. also check the vacume line before replacing the regulator. let me know if it works.
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X2 presure Reg. also check the air intake tube after the AFM it can not have any leaks.
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yea i was just coming back on to say those spark plugs helped for about a week now it is bogging again , it wont even let me go above 4000 rpm. alright illl have to try that and see what happens
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X2 presure Reg. also check the air intake tube after the AFM it can not have any leaks.
Good advice here. CHeck the plug wires too. I know it sounds simple but but an ohmeter will tell if there is anything wrong with them.
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yea i just bought new ones about 3 months ago so they should be ok. ill cheak anyway
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yea i just bought new ones about 3 months ago so they should be ok. ill cheak anyway
I have had batteries last that long (it was covered but . . .). I pretty much get something like an Optima since.

Might even be something like a cracked/dirty distributor cap.

Washing them out with muddy water while still installed doesn't count or work. I tried it.
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so were exactly is the fuel pressure regulator cuz i was just wondering if i have to take off the intake manifold or what?
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so were exactly is the fuel pressure regulator cuz i was just wondering if i have to take off the intake manifold or what?

On the fuel rail and will have a vac line hooked to it. It is about a 1 1/4" in dia.
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alright i did the fuel pump last weekend and it still bogs
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This could be a bad MAF sensor. It's fairly common for the MAF And TPS to get flaky when the trucks get old.

www.ultimateyota.com has a good tech section with a link to the field service manual. It will guide you through how to test each, not too hard with a meter.

Definitely make sure the vac lines aren't leaking. I had the breather tube come off and do what you are describing on my 94 4runner.

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Mine was doing that exact same thing the other day in the slush guessing i got the cap and wires wet. I was gonna take it apart and dry it out, but it cleared up on its own.
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Mine was doing that exact same thing the other day in the slush guessing i got the cap and wires wet. I was gonna take it apart and dry it out, but it cleared up on its own.
If you do happen to take it apart, jsut give it a good healthy dose of silicone spray and that should help with the moisture problem. WD40 tends to gum it up if you use that.

My '89 XtraCab started bogging and had a hard(er) time getting up hills on the road. I thought for a minute and realized I had never messed with the spark plugs or any ignition for that matter. I took the plugs out and there was hardly any electrode left!! I showed one to my dad and he was amazed the thing would even run (I think that was impressive to a lifelong GM guy). New plugs, wires and cap and that thing ran like a champ.
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My '89 XtraCab started bogging and had a hard(er) time getting up hills on the road. I thought for a minute and realized I had never messed with the spark plugs or any ignition for that matter. I took the plugs out and there was hardly any electrode left!! I showed one to my dad and he was amazed the thing would even run (I think that was impressive to a lifelong GM guy). New plugs, wires and cap and that thing ran like a champ.
hmmm i got new wires and cap. i guess it wouldn't hurt to get new plugs. im just hoping its not the fuel pressure regulator. there expensive
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