Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
My 89 Camry V6 automatic is reving up to 2000RPM on start up on a regular basis (for about a year). The Revs usually go down when put in drive but today the engine died completely when put in drive. When restarted, the RPM were up around 3000. Added some oil and things seemed fine. After a drive, was idiling in park around 1000-1250RPM and whenever they were closer to 1000, the rad fan would switch on. Closer to 1250 and the rad fan would shut off.
You either have an intake manifold leak, a defective trottle position sensor or a stuck idle speed control valve.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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