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Toyota Harrier
1998
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Slow take off 1998


Date:June 6, 2010, 9:54 pm
Name:Batsirayi Gawaza
Location:Zimbabwe, Mashonaland East, Harare
Vehicle:Toyota Harrier
Year:1998
Modification:V6 3,0l
Problems:The vehicle seems to take off slowly,and sounds as if it starves fuels on take off.If the fuel pedal is depressed suddenly it take a moment before it responds and sometimes a backfire sound can be heard in the airfilter casing.When suddenly accelarated,during overtaking a knock sound can be heard for a moment then it disappeares.
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July 1, 2010, 3:05 am  from: Peter
Get the airflowmeter checked and cleaned or changed. also check on the spark plugs if they are not the original 4-6 pins then change those too
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January 9, 2011, 1:02 am  from: zimcadre
Mass Air Floe sensor is the culprit. Spray it with curb-cleaner you will see the difference.
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