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1991 Toyota Pickup, Battery Is Good, Starter Is Good But Truck Makes No Sou...
battery is good, starter is good but truck makes no sound and won't even click, when jump started it turns over, but as soon as you turn it off it won't start.
Why Does My Pu Start Intermittently?
My '93 Toyota pu starts fine. After I shut it off it usually starts right up again. Every fourth or fifth time it does absolutely nothing. No click, no slow turn...nothing. Tehn it will start ag...
Heater/air Conditioning Fan
Yesterday the fan would not turn on in my 2002 Tundra, so I had no heating or a/c. After about 1/2 hour of driving, it just turned on and worked just fine. What is the likely problem? Thanks.
Truck Engine Cranks But Does Not Start =(
Truck was running just fine till my check engine light came on...so first I had pulled my EFI relay to clear codes...then went into check its blinks to find out what was me CEL code was, but so then...
I Have A 1991 Toyota Pikup Truck, I Have Changed Spark Pugs, Change Gas Fil...
i have a 1991 toyota pikup truck, standard, 4by4 6 cylinder, i have changed spark pugs, change gas filters, cleaned the tank, cleaned the injectors but it still has no strength n the engine missses...
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About the Toyota Pickup
The Toyota Pickup started life as the Toyota Stout in 1964. Aptly named, the unusual-looking truck was not a big seller and was soon replaced by the Toyota Hi-Lux in 1969. In 1984, the Hi-Lux was renamed to simply the Pickup.
The Toyota Pickup was one of the first vehicles to be built at Toyota's NUMMI plant, its first U.S. manufacturing facility, which was formed as a joint venture with G.M. to try to avoid some of the new tariffs applied to import vehicles.
In 1984, the Toyota Pickup introduced the Xtracab, a second row of seats. The Xtracab was just a hint of the many configurations Toyota compact trucks would be available as in the future.
In 1995, the Pickup was replaced by the Toyota Tacoma in an effort to better compete with American-made pickups.