Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be either. And make sure you don't have 2 filters also.
Find the fuel filter and disconnect the fuel line coming FROM the gas tank.
Be extremely carefull and use a gas can (or jar) or equivilant, put the fuel line in the gas can and have an assistant start the car. Normally if you just turn the car to the 'on' position the fuel pump will pressurize the line anyway. Becarefull you don't have the hose pointed at you or get gas splashed in your eyes (use safety glasses), If the pump is working gas will come out under alot of pressure (again becarefull). If nothing happens then it's the pump. Also check fuses (inside and outside under the hood).
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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