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ok i have a little issue with my 95 pickup 22re 4wd. After it sits over night i go to start it and it starts, rpms jump up to a little under 2 grand like it should, runs for about a second and a half and then shuts off unless i keep my foot on the gas for about 30 seconds. Once ive done that its fine for the day. Even if its parked outside in the freezing cold. Any insight on to what is the cause of this would be awesome. thanks in advance!
 

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Languishing in Virginia
1994 XtraCab 4x4 P/U
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An intake leak that closes up when it warms up???
 

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Mine's been starting a little goofy too. Does about the same thing as yours, but will run fine after starting it for a second time. I think its just the frigid sub-zero temps we've got up here.
 

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ok this problem has graduated to: wont stay running no matter what i do???? shuts off after like 2 seconds of running even if i have my foot on the gas...seems almost like a fuel delivery problem
 

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ok found out it has to be something wrong with the mass air flow sensor. i jumped the Fp with the B+ in the diagnostic box and the truck starts and runs like a champ! looked at all the wiring, no broken wires and the connector was fine so anyone got a mass air flow sensor?
 

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because?

943kgt said:
ok found out it has to be something wrong with the mass air flow sensor. i jumped the Fp with the B+ in the diagnostic box and the truck starts and runs like a champ! looked at all the wiring, no broken wires and the connector was fine so anyone got a mass air flow sensor?
What train of logic brought you to this conclusion?


Not that the Air Flow Meter could'nt be the problem, it's just that you have jumped past all the in between stuff.

It would be correct to assume that something is wrong with the fuel pump circuit, but the Air Flow Meter is only one part of that circuit.
 

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just a little help from a guy that worked for a toyota dealership for over a decade, knew exactly what it was right away so i trust his judgment
 
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