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  1. Hi there, I have a 1999 Toyota hiace with the 2rz-e engine, the van has done 350,000 kms and I've done 40,000 myself. The van always had a problem but I never bad enough to look into it further but I wish I had now. Anyway what the van used to do was kind of cut out/misfire/bog down when the tank would be less than a quarter and I'd be giving it a bit of throttle. Unfortunately yesterday it was a lot worse and was doing it a lot further down the rev range almost to the point where I could drive it. I was at work going from one job to another when all of a sudden i lost all power and couldn't even maintain my speed as the slightest touch on the throttle would cause it to misfire. I can to a stop at the side of the road, engine still running but not too smooth, I tried revving it up to see if I could nurse it home but wouldn't even go over about 1000rpm. When I have it full throttle the engine would chug and splutter and shake violently, it would rev up for a second or two but then drop straight back down and even backfire quite loudly. I changed my spark plugs, leads, and air filter about 15,000 kms ago and I didn't use the cheap crap either. My guess is the engine is being starved of something so I'm thinking: - fuel pump has given up - crap in the tank has been sucked up and blockage (unlikely) - fuel filter (ice never changed it as its in quite a hard spot to get to -distributor My question is, has anyone else ever had trouble like this and what exactly did you do to fix it, any help would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Curtis
  2. Hi guys, I've done a bit of research on google etc etc but still can't find an answer so hoping you guys can provide some insight. Story is: My s15 has been off the road for 2 weeks as I needed to change the starter motor and get a coilover repaired that had a sprung a vicious oil leak. Of course, I disconnected the battery during this period and after re-installing everything last night, I've realised that my AVCR is no longer working. Boost is stock, screen doesn't light up (not even the buttons). For those in Melbourne, you know it rained like an absolute mofo last night and unfortunately I had the bonnet up from working on it the previous day and the engine bay got rained on hard. Question being, is it possible that I've fried the AVCR due to the water getting into the engine bay? Does anyone have any experience troubleshooting this kind of problem and can you advise what I should be checking? Sorry but I'm not very electrical minded. Mechanical is ok but electrics just don't like me. Thanks all!
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