Help fuel problem

Discussion in '1989-1995 Pickup Discussion' started by Stephen Lloyd, Jun 11, 2018.

  1. Stephen Lloyd

    Stephen Lloyd Newbie

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    So I have a 94 Toyota pickup 2wd 22re with 253000 miles and here recently I've noticed a strong fuel smell in and around the cab and it takes alot longer than usual to start it just dosent fire up like it used to any input would be appreciated
     
  2. Clay

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    a fuel smell in the cab would imply a leak somewhere. maybe a line is rotted or unplugged? like on the canister? though if it's affecting the performance I would look around the fuel rail. like a bad o-ring seal around an injector. the fuel filter is bolted to the passenger side of the engine block under the intake manifold. could check there too.
     
  3. Stephen Lloyd

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    What does the canister look like
     
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    TRUCK ACTION Grand Toyotaholic

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    Check the start injector at the fuel rail. it has two copper washers ,one on each side & it threads into the rail.
    If it has been removed new washers must be used!
     

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