okay guys I know I asked a lot of questions on here but I have a major problem I have a 92 Toyota pickup that has no fire I've already replaced the distributor the coal ignitor module relays and fuses
I put those in separate windows only to make them easy to hyperlink. You seem to have done all the right things...but if you read those pages you will learn a lot. I know I did. Maybe something in there will ring a bell, so to speak. Wish I could do better, but as I say you have done everything I would have thought of> There is even a way to get it to fire by-passing the ECU, which in '92 was a lot different than these days.
Don't forget to post back with the solution to your problem. So many forums will have numerous suggestions for possible cures, then the original poster never posts back with the solution to the issue. It's just a dead end thread. Thanks, and good luck!
True. Glad you said that Reeelin. We like to know if our suggestions help, which helps US improve.
I have a 1992 Toyota truck automatic 3.0 v6 4x4 it has a miss to it I need to know the firing to the distributor
Found this: For the cylinders on the passenger side, from the front to the back, the numbers go 1, 3, 5. For the cylinders on the driver side, from the front to the back, the numbers go 2, 4, 6. This was the firing order for the '92 3.0 four runner. I would think that it should be the same. Both 3VZE....
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