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1993 Camry V6 is hard to start in the A.M. Starts ok all day long

We replaced the short block on a 1993 toyota camry V6 with a used short block. We used the fuel injection etc. from the old motor. The old motor would start fine but had a loose rod. The replacement motor will start fine all day long and runs great. Let it set overnight and and it cranks fine (until you run the battery down) but is not getting enough fuel to start. When it was warmer weather it would always start but slower than with the older motor. Now that it is cold weather its taking longer to start. Trying not to burn out the starter. Is there a cold start fuel injector thermal switch that is causing this problem or something else?

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  • Anonymous Jan 15, 2009

    I had the exact same issue with starting in the morning - and this is Florida morning not after a snow clad night. I guess burnt out the starter today. If anyone reading this is having similar issue get it fixed before it becomes $300 expense.

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    There is a cold start injector and a thermal switch. The cold start injector will be found on the intake manifold. Follow the fuel line to it.

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