Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
I have an 89 toyota camry with the 2.5 v6. It is hard to start then when it does start you have to hold the gas to the floor for it to idle. I put a new maf on it and it didn't make a diffrence. When you put brake clean in the intake the car still will not rev. Noticed that the spark was only orange not blue. Not sure where to start. Parts are kinda expensive to just start throwing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 97 Toyota camry
Check the fuel pressure on the fuel rail on top of the motor. Diesel fuel tends to be "dirtier" than gasoline, and I'd be willing to bet the fuel filter is stopped up.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
SOURCE: My Moms 1998 toyota camry
pull the vac line off going to egr valve and plug off the vac line and drive it to see if it will still stall.but if i was a betting man i would say that it will not die and you will need to replace the egr valve this is a common problem.if it sets a check engine light cause you unplugged the vac hose you can reset by pulling the efi fuse that is under the hood in the fuse block and keep it out for about 30 sec or taking the battery cable off. good luck and i hope this will help let me know how i did and if i can help you any further...........
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
SOURCE: I have 89 toyota V6
you could and try to clean the throttle body first....if that does not work i would take a good look at the idle control valve...........good luck and i hope this info will help let me know.........good luck and let me know what you found out...........
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
check all your conectors including distribuitor, if none lose remove distribuitor cap an coil cover and inspect for cracks or carbon trace, both cap and coil if any replace distribuitor.
Posted on Jul 29, 2012
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.
Has the engine air filter ever been changed?
Posted on Sep 03, 2012
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