Toyota Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Does your skin to give you the information codes along with these codes or the sub codes? Does your scan tool access to hybrid computer? Are you 100% certain that you have fuel in the tank and you have fuel pressure to the engine?
Sorry that was a typo voice activation I didn't catch that when I proof read it it should is said does your scan tool give you the information codes or sub codes? That line with the green cap on it is for the vapor purge or pressure line for the evap system that is not a fuel line. Are you sure you got all the lines back on correctly? The injection cleaner should not affected it hasn't been setting that long.
3190 code just means is low-power from the engine. The 3191 means that there was a difficulty starting the engine when it was commanded to by the hybrid control computer. Now that you have the 3191 along with the 3193 that means there's not enough fuel pressure the engine essentially ran out of gas if you are certain you have fuel in the tank you need to double check your fuel line attachments make sure he did not get them put in the wrong place. Also make sure that you didn't pinch any hoses or wiring harness connectors going to any of the ignition coils. Let me know what you find with fuel pressure to the fuel rail on the engine. Do not continue to try and start this multiple times without resolving the problem you will run the hybrid battery down to a point where it will not start and you will have to have it towed to the dealer to charge the hybrid battery.
In order to check fuel pressure you have a special fitting that goes on the banjo fitting at the injector rail or on the main line coming up from the main fuel tube where it goes to the flex line. It requires a T fitting there. Best thing to do would be able to just remove that line put hose on it and try and start the vehicle and see if it will pump fuel into a can or a jar. As long as you are getting good volume you probably have pressure. Be careful there's no spark you don't want to get a fire going. I supplied three links showing the fuel lines and vapor return and purge line the line with the green plastic cap and T fitting and Is strictly for vapor pressure checking the charcoal canister system.
If the problem was not there prior to removing the intake manifold you need to double check everything that you took apart and put it back together. Including any ground wires that would've been attached to the intake manifold or the cylinder head valve cover.
Okay let me know how it goes.
At this point this is probably going to be a hands-on type repair I will have to opt out.