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1985 land cruiser carburetor/vacuum issues
1990 Toyota Land Cruiser

1985 Land Cruiser carburetor/vacuum issues

(1990 Toyota Land Cruiser)
1985 Land Cruiser fuel/emissions problem Seems to have vacuum issues. Replaced intake exhaust gasket, carburetor rebuilt, new fuel pump, Runs fine at times but starts to loose power to where I have to bury my foot in the accelerator just to keep it running.
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on December 01, 2010
Check the fuel filter.
Why vacuum issues? If you put a vacuum gauge on it and the vacuum is low, you may have a plugged eshaust, for one thing.
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on December 01, 2010
Check the fuel filter.
Why vacuum issues? If you put a vacuum gauge on it and the vacuum is low, you may have a plugged eshaust, for one thing.
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