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Re: 1995 toyota camry xle v6 3.0
When was the last time it was tuned up? Since you did not mention any "check Engine" light coming on, I assume that it is off. What I would do is check the plugs, replace them if worn, replace the plug wires if they are older than 5 years; check/replace the air filter. Not much else to do/check until you have the engine in a good state of tune; BTW, if you change the plugs, get the new ones at a Toyota dealer. I have a Camry V6, and when I put non-Toyota plugs in it, it ran worse. Toyota platinums made a 100% difference.
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have you pulled codes or checked the fuel pressure? It could be a host of things, like a clogged air filter restricting the flow of air into the engine, a bad air meter, clogged injectors, etc. Engine codes will help you start narrowing things down.
You really haven't given us a huge lot to go on there, but I would start by looking at the shock absorber mountings in the trunk. It's possible that the rubber mounts are loose or worn and the shocks are rattling in their mounts as you go over bumps.
If it has the factory original struts, they probably need replacing. When driving over paved surfaces, the struts only move up and down a few inches. that causes the strut to wear out or become soft in that short travel area. What most people do when they check a strut or shock for wear is to bounce the vehicle up and down as hard as they can. This puts movement into an area of the strut that hasn't seen any wear, so it feels like it is in good shape. 77,000 miles is a lot for a strut or shock. I would have them replaced. Get a quality strut. Don't go for the economy strut. You will be disappointed in the ride quality. It would be a good idea to have the ball joints checked for wear. A little movement in worn ball joints can make for a very rough ride.