I'm obviously not the only one. Just gettin my Camry 94 checked out at the moment. The Toyota computer didn't show any reading out of range so they don't want to deal with the problem unless your wallet is fit. With mine it is completely random. At Toyota they said they had a case like that before but it was a constant lack of power. They had solved it by replacing the actual distributer (NOT the cap or rotor but the electronic component). It's to expensive to give that a try though. have fun!
I spent a fortune chasing a cold start plus engine heat up time, low engine rpm stalling issue which happened in wet weather in a 87 Camry?
It seemed like once the choke equivalent function stopped the engine just couldn't cope and would only run if kept above 2000 rpm. No expert could find the cause
The was very simple. New plugs! it must have had a humidity prone short - perhaps a result of the spark plug layout.
A bad fuel injector can cause your 2004 Toyota Camry to smoke when you start it up. A plugged air filter can also cause it to smoke.
A short circuit.
Yes if it is the 2.2l engine it will fit you just have to plug the distributor hole cause 97 has coil packs
You need the fuse box.
A bad fuel line can cause a 98 Toyota Camry to stall during acceleration. This happens when the line can not get proper fuel to the engine.
The blower motor resistor is defective.
Thermostat is stuck open.
Oil can either be burned, or it can leak
A rattle in the right front fender of a Toyota Camry may indicate that you need a wheel alignment. It could also point to a problem with your struts.
Bad wiring can cause a short in the radio. Bad battery will not.
CV Joints are the most common cause.
Start at the fuel filter. It may be clogged.
Could be your timing belt.
Tire out of balance or bent wheel.
There are a number of things that may cause a 1990 Toyota Camry to lose power. Some of the common things include adulterated fuel, spark plugs failure and so much more.
Toyota Camry coil wire can burn out from age or excessive use. The manufacturer recommends that you change the coil wire every 30,000 miles.
Burning oil in a Toyota Camry can be caused by a manufacturer's defect in the engine's pistons. A worn out valve cover gasket can also cause burning oil.
Check the transmission fluid level.
No, the '99 Toyota Camry has a non-interference engine, where the piston and valve path do not interfere with each other. The timing belt breaking will cause your car to stop working, but will not cause valve damage.
There are a few reasons that could cause the speedometer to stop working on your Toyota Camry. If the mileage is still working then the speedometer cable end is damaged. If both the odometer and speedometer do not work then the cable is most likely broken.
Dead interior light fuses or the bulb if it's assumed no major problems.
Fuel pump relay or bad computer
There are several things that can cause your 1989 Oldsmobile to hesitate. Dirty fuel injectors are the most common cause.