Question about 1991 Toyota Camry
My 1991 4 cylinder toyota camry turns over but won't start and if it does start all it does is stop again.
I'll tell the story: This afternoon I took the car for a drive and it stopped a few times while moving (I thought it was the battery because I had the air-con going). I turned the air con off and it only jut started after a couple of tries. It stopped again on the way home and my dad had to help my push start it. When I got back I was curious to see what was wrong with it so i opened the bonnet and checked the oil (it was half full so I filled it up) and there was hardly any water left in the radiator (so i filled that up). After i started it and it was extremely slow until i could only keep moving if I put my foot flat to the floor in first gear. Then it just slowed down and it stalled. I have left it there since (it's beeen stopped for abut 4 hours now. I haven't tried it since.
Do you know what could be causing the problem?
Your engine overheated and cylinder head might be warped, in some cases replacing cylinder head gasket works but then if the warpage is too much, you have to get a new cylinder head.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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