Question about 2003 Toyota Camry
Hi Samuel, Have a diagnostic scan carried out on the vehicle. If it does not record any faults have a service carried out, making sure to replace the fuel filter, air filter, oil filter and to use a good quality engine oil. Have the spark plugs replaced and a full tune up carried out. Your problem has no easy answer. An increase in fuel consumption can be for many different reasons. If the fuel filter has become partially blocked you will press your foot harder to get the required performance. It can be related to brakes binding, or worn wheel bearings. An increased fuel consumption can be related to different tyres with different tread patterns having been fitted or even incorrect tyre pressures. It can be related to bad wheel alignment. It can be related to a greater load of out put on the alternator or AC compressor output load. Let me have some more details and we'll see what we can check and hopefully solve the problem. Regards John
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Consider getting this info on ADDING Hydrogen power to your fuel. Raises fuel mileage 25% to 50%+.
Imagine if it works - raise your fuel mileage to 21+ in stop n go driving, up tp 35+, maybe 40 mpg with a steady low cruise on the highway, at 60-62 mph.
only costs $170-$200 if you can do it yourself, if you can change pcv / oxygen sensors / plugs / fuel filters, YOU can do it.
Else, pay a mechanic an extra $200 for 2 hours work for him/her to install in 45 minutes.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
it can be some reasons mybe cylinder head, inlet valve worn out.
it can be cuporator valve releasing more petrol into the inlet.
Brakes it can be. check contacpoint.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
Did you take it apart. That is my definition of cleaning. Is the float sinking and allowing too much fuel to enter from the fuel bowl. I hope it's not fuel injected because, I only know what you tell me. Most vehicles from 84 on have no carb.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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