My 2000 Toyota 4runner won't start. The starter was the first item. I fixed that. The car started billowing white smoke. It smelled of fuel and was not black. There was no sweetness in the smoke, nor was it smoke. It seemed to be steam. It then died. It smells like it's running rich on gas. When it went to idle it died. Now I have replaced the mass air flow sensor. This didn't work. A mechanic has had it for a week and can't figure it out. They say they are exhausted. They think it could be the computer. Any thoughts?
Monday, May 23rd, 2011 AT 2:33 PM