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1987 4Runner 22RE Experiencing crank times. I checked the

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1987 4Runner 22RE
Experiencing long crank times. I checked the ohms on the THERMO-TIME SWITCH and got a reading of 31 which seems good. Then I noticed that the plug on the sensor spins freely. After spinning it a few degrees I checked again and got a reading of 51, which is faulty. This must be the issue yes?
Is there anyway to tighten up the sensor to stop the plug from spinning if I remove it from the TB? Or should I be looking to source a new one?
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Toyota
Expert:  K. Wiggins replied 3 months ago.

Hello, this does indicate it needs to be repalced. The part number is ***** Fuel Injection Thermal Switches(###) ###-#### You can get it here or search Google for a lower price using the part number.

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