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My 99 Camry hesitate while driving as if it wants to cut off.

It's hesitating while driving on the interstate. When slowing down, it seems to be ok.

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  • Lindy7 May 25, 2009

    My 99 camry has a hard time getting moving,(hesitates, chugs) its scary trying to turn left for fear it will stall.

  • eherring9 May 11, 2010

    try a tune up or fuel filter or pump to check if its the transmission apply emergency brake make sure it holds the car and then gently start to press gas if it is the trans the wont try to move or move that much if it moves clearly its not the transmission

  • Roy Hyre
    Roy Hyre May 11, 2010

    is the engine 4 or 6 cyl

  • Romel Edmondson
    Romel Edmondson May 11, 2010

    wut do u mean it hesitates?

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You go to hit the gas and it almost chugs to go, you think the engine might die? Transmission...

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