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I'm sad for you because you're wasting time and money on this... trying to change any piece you're thinking about. Any good tech is supposed to resolve this problem in a few hours. The 3 base elements that are needed to make an engine running are compression, fuel and spark. If one is missing, it will never fire. A good tech will print the complete engine wiring diagram, and check every power/ground at each ECU pins and sensors. With a good code reader; he will also see every sensors' data in real time and see if something is wrong.

I hope this problem will get resolved soon!
 

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I'm sad for you because you're wasting time and money on this... trying to change any piece you're thinking about. Any good tech is supposed to resolve this problem in a few hours. The 3 base elements that are needed to make an engine running are compression, fuel and spark. If one is missing, it will never fire. A good tech will print the complete engine wiring diagram, and check every power/ground at each ECU pins and sensors. With a good code reader; he will also see every sensors' data in real time and see if something is wrong.

I hope this problem will get resolved soon!
Its not giving any codes or data I know its getting spark and air just no fuel

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Rats can eat through wires and give you a no start issue that Toyota can't find the reason for.
I dont think u can druve 4000 miles after and then have that problem but I still have been checking I think bad gas is the problem

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Yeah sadly I have zero codes I am gonna do the pressure check after if I can it doesn't really give me any way to check it no pressure release valve so when I get the fuel injectors off I will use a air compressor to blow through the tubes to make sure they are clean before I plug in the new injectors I had all timing checked at Toyota dealership bud sadly I can not trust those idiots to do anything so if vehicle does not start after I install new injectors I will take car to nashville to better mechanic for a $400 dollar diagnostic from a reputable place

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One way of getting a clue about the fuel delivery without proper equipment is to simply unbolt the fuel rail with the injectors still on, put a big piece of cardboard or paper under it, then have someone crank the engine while you look for a even spray from all the injectors. But remember it is very flammable so no smoking while doing this. :LOL:
 

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I think you should focus more on having a reputable mechanic for your car. It will help you a lot in fixing your car's issue.
I found a good place that was already able to get some codes Toyota stealership couldn't or didn't do that

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The Good mechanic found out it was a bad solenoid in my transmission went out ordered parts off of ebay for 90 bucks 5 piece kit might as well replace them all right

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