turns off at all stops

Asked by Feb 10, 2010 at 11:20 PM about the 1992 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr One Ton Standard Cab LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a pick up truck that always turns off when i come to a  complete stop. it runs perfect on the road. i have changed my fuel filter, fuel pump, cleaned the injectors and set the timing right. can anyone help?

8 Answers

15

Have you tried adjusting the idle?

even if i have the idle higher than its supposed to be it still turns off.

15

It might be you clutch postion sensor.

is this tranmission related? i have a automatic transmission.

15

Ok nevermind I thought it was a manual. It could be debri in with the distirbutor or pour spacing, it could be a weak or discharged battery, it could be a weak alternator, clogged air filter, or bad spark plugs and wires. Maybe air pressure sensor, cam postion sensor or crank postion sensor.

95

check all your sensor ive done that even with just my airbox senser barely being unpluged

ok i finally figured out what the problem is. it seems there was a short circuit in the main computer box located underneath the dashboard. i got the computer rebuilt because you cannot buy them new and now it works like a charm...thanks for everyones help....

I have a 1995 Toyota Tacoma and we have a new battery, new alternator and still while driving it will shut off like its not getting charge? We have no clue what it could be.. HELP

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