I'll check the service manual for you if I remember tonight (if no one else beats me to it...) I have the factory service manual for the 89 22RE 4Runner... but it covers both the 3vz-e and the 22r-e engines. You should be able to check it with either an ohm or voltmeter (usually both) under certain conditions to verify it's readings. But you'll have to wait until tomorrow for me to post the stuff.</font>
well i have a service manual and it gives me some checks to do, then says replay the igniter and try it again. Nice how they think we can dump 350 into a engine to just see something <IMG SRC="smilies/flipoff.gif" border="0">
My ignitor went out right after I got my truck, I paid something like $250 for a used one. Mine would come and go, it'd die, start a half hour later and then die again. I wouldn't drive your truck until you figure it out, because the ignitor can wipe out the coil with it if you keep driving it. Mine did, I don't know how they test it, but my former mechanic let it run and billed me for three hours before it would die on him <IMG SRC="smilies/frown.gif" border="0">
well i found the problem it was not the igniter =) Found a bad fuse. I did not think that the EFI fuse controled the ignition. Guess it does. I checked all but that on. O well. If i did need a new one i would probley get one of the acell igniton boxes. A lot cheaper.
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