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95 runner dies after 15 minutes of idling

Discussion in '2nd Gen 4Runners (1990-1995)' started by Muddawber, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. Aug 6, 2015 at 8:28 AM
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    Muddawber

    Muddawber [OP] New Member

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    Hey all. New to this forum. I've got a 95 4runner and it's been running great until about a week ago. My son was out in it and it just stalled out. He waited about half an hour and it started back up. 15 minutes later it died again. I let it sit for several days at home then went out to try it. It started fine. After 15 minutes it died again. Any suggestions would be great
     
  2. Aug 14, 2015 at 5:09 PM
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    C&Ayota

    C&Ayota New Member

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    Hello, I am in no form of the word a mechanic, but I'll pass on a few suggestions and theories I have encountered with my 3.0 & engines/ fuel in general. The engine bay of a 3.0 Toyota is filled with vacuum lines. My 1st troubleshooting area would be there. I ran into the same problem with my 95. I hooked up a smoke machine to mine and discovered a lot of leaks. Mine would run fine for 10 minutes or so then idle way low and eventually choke itself out. It ended up being a crack in both of the vaccine lines running to the power steering pump/ fluid resovour. People have mixed feeling about a fuel pump and if they just die or start to loose compression and the power to drawl fuel. I had a 99 that would do fine at first, then act like I ran out fuel. I replaced the pump and had no more issues, good luck
     
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