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Old 10-30-2009, 03:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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battery decided to bounce out of its place while i was going through a rock pile and the positive side was grounded up against the engine for 5+ minutes before i found out and now it wont idle and it wants to die below 2k rpm. runs fine above 2k rpm, i searched the toyota forum for a while and read a few different threads about idleing problems and i got some ideas but nothing that directly related to what caused my problem. anyone want to point me in the right direction? i was thinking i fried the 300$ ignition module but im not sure

its an 84 with 22re in it, im not sure what year re because i just purchased the vehicle and im not the one that swapped it in.


checked all the fuses including the ones under the hood, engine light turns on for just a second when i turn the key off but it doesnt stay on or anything.

appreciate any help
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Old 10-31-2009, 02:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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check all of your ground wires..if it grounded strait to the block there is a possibility that it shorted out the ground wires....
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check the wire that goes from the battery terminal on the alternator. Trace it from the 10mm nut at the alternator all the way back to the battery, it is probably burned to a crisp.
as stated above, check the ground wires and connections at the cable ends of the battery, and get a new battery.... and hold down..
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Old 11-04-2009, 06:04 PM   #5 (permalink)
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pull the small fuse in the center of the fuse block for about 30 seconds and put it back in.

I think that it was a 10 amp. it is the fuse for the computer.
small and if I remember right it is blue.
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