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Bogging at high RPM and at "peddle to the medal"

Discussion in 'Toyota Trucks & SUVs' started by Tacomaguy0111, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. Tacomaguy0111

    Tacomaguy0111 [OP] Member

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    Been having this problem for awhile now. Just started getting worse so i want to get it fixed. I have a 07 tacoma 6 Speed, 35" tires,flow master Exhaust, k&n intake. 100000mile

    The Problem is when im accelerating heavily, so basically pedal to medal it will bog very bad everytime I jam on the gas. But if i gently accelerate it wont do it as bad until i reach high RPM's 3500-4000. It is also boggy right off the start when i Rev the engine say in neutral. There is a pause in the Rev of the engine. I checked and cleaned the MAF sensor, Cleaned my Intake. Please help me out, its driving me insane!:mad:
     
  2. MudFlap

    MudFlap Well-Known Member

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    Just guessing here, but I would put money on the fuel pump.......
     
  3. Indy

    Indy Master of all I survey.

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    Metal. Pedal to the metal.


    But unless youve geared id guess the 35's arent helping.
     
  4. User Name01

    User Name01 I leave on a donkey and come back on a horse

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    mehh
    Mine has done this since the day that I bought it. For example, if I am backing out of my driveway and I then shift it into drive, it sometimes boggs down. It hardly ever does it but it does do it.
     
  5. michaelrussell

    michaelrussell Well-Known Member

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    I would say its probably fuel related so I would do the cheapest thing first and that would be change the fuel filter and go from there
     
  6. Fenwick1993

    Fenwick1993 Hillbilly

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    No codes? Maybe fuel pump? My Yota bogs, but it throws a code- o2 sensor.
     
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    PLC721 Well-Known Member

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    Noelie84 Semper Procrastinus

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    X2. Start cheap and work up from there. If you've got 100k on the original filter it's definitely time for a new one anyway, whether it's your cuplrit or not. The fuel pump might be on its way out, but I've seen more fuel pumps killed by bad filters than by just about anything else.
     
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