I do not have any ideas about connecting this tool. You can search the site and there is likely some chatter on same. I do not think the fuel system is the cause of the problem.
Will find out tomorrow when I replace the VSV and re-solder the new connectors + will replace the fuse harness. So happy -- Finally the P0401 will go away after moving the location.-- I would replace the coil and igniter with new ones.
-- What kind of spark plug wires did you buy? What is their resistance?
Under the budget conditions will wait. In the mean time will just fix the other things..-- Miles, I would not do anything else until a new ignition coil and new igniter are installed.
-- With the filthy fuel filter I had in my tank awhile back, the Rav4 had little, noticeable hiccups when driving both at a steady speed and when accelerating. But I do not recall hesitation when starting.
Great point - thank you for ruling it out.
-- There are spark plug wires out there that are advertised as "super low resistance." The manufacturers say they improve performance. They do not. Such wires can harm the vehicle's electrical systems. This is why I asked.
Will check tomorrow for sure!
-- the fuel lines should hold pressure for at least several days. But I do not see fuel line problems causing the engine to shut down after driving awhile.