Question about 2000 Toyota Camry
my car was stopped at midle of the road in water.we wouldnt make it to start again.can u please help us hwta can be done to diagnose the problem
DId the engine shut off when the car was in the water? Do not try to start it until you do the following inspection: Remove the air filter box and examine the air filter. Is it soaking wet? If so, you have ingested water into the cylinders. If this is the case, you must remove all of the spark plugs and crank the motor, this will blow the water out of the cylinders. Note that repeated attempts to crank the engine with water ingestion may cause damage ti the connecting rods. Examine the air filter for wetness & get back to me.
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