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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    Curious which cable broke
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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    I dunno. Something else to put on my to fix list this spring... I thought Toyotas are reliable? Lol


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    ^Only if they arent rust filled.
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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    So here's an update with this truck. It kept popping the EFI fuse for some reason (and the truck would die). Took us a few hours to figure out that it could be the fuel pump as everytime we shook the back of the truck from side to side the truck would just die, so something there in that area was shorting out.

    After my father in law took the fuel tank out and inspected it he finally found out the issue(s)...


    So basically the cover on the fuel pumps screws were so rusted that it rusted off the tank. The cover was just sitting there and that explained why I keep losing gas when it's over 3/4 full. That's not the fun part...




    The wire for the fuel pump was also rusted to shit so that's why it kept shorting out. Funny thing is that with the fuel pump cover unattached to the fuel tank and the fuel pump wire exposed and shorting out all it needed was a tiny spark and we could've had asian bbq. Oh and the bottom of the tank was so rusted as well



    So now I need to order a new fuel pump and new fuel tank from Rock Auto. Oh and also a new e-brake cable and shifter bushings to help stop 1st and 3rd gear from popping out.

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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    If you order any of that shit from Rock Auto I'm going to throw a rock at you. Amazon has the same tanks with free shipping for 1/3rd the price of Rock Auto.

    This can either cost you a grand, or $350..

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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    Quote Originally Posted by exist View Post
    If you order any of that shit from Rock Auto I'm going to throw a rock at you. Amazon has the same tanks with free shipping for 1/3rd the price of Rock Auto.

    This can either cost you a grand, or $350..
    Lol fair enough... Amazon it is

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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    Check out Marlin Crawler for your shifter bushings!

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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    Quote Originally Posted by MawlCrawlerDan View Post
    Check out Marlin Crawler for your shifter bushings!
    Thanks will do!

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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    Update time: finally got the new fuel tank, fuel pump, and fuel filter. Install day is next Saturday. Theresa can't wait to get this thing fixed so she can take it wheeling again


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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    You should paint the tank with something so its not bare and prone to rusting again
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    Re: Jessly's 1995 Toyota Pickup re-build

    Quote Originally Posted by Yota View Post
    You should paint the tank with something so its not bare and prone to rusting again
    Oh I will Cale already told me to do that

    I also picked up a sorta newer fuel tank skid plate from Mark Holden. Will be coating that with some left over bed liner spray I have laying around. Only cost me a McFlurry for it lol

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