:shock: HELP! HELP! :Shock: I have a '94 Toyota 4x4 standard cab pickup with a 22re motor in it. As of late, I have been having problems with it on cold days. When I go to start it, I turn the key and it clicks when I turn the key and will have to basically coax it to start. After it is started, the idle goes up past 2 grand and then once it seems to warm up it starts revving up and down as if someone is taking their foot on and off the accelerator. I was told by a shop that it "could" be the Idle Air Control Motor. (VERY expensive!) They weren't for sure. Could this be something as simple as a thermostat problem? Or do you think it is something electrical because of the tough starts in cold weather? Or is it two seperate problems? I have been told it could be the coolant temperature sensor, the fuel pressure regulator, the throttle position sensor, an EGR valve, a bad cell in the battery, the alternator, or the thermostat! I'm chasing my tail on this one! Any suggestions, or better yet. SOLUTIONS would be IMMENSELY appreciated!
Thanks in advance!
have the same problem?
Saturday, November 11th, 2006 AT 8:45 AM