Question about 1990 Toyota Camry
One very cold day my camry lost power and would not run i replaced fuel pump filter plugs distribuator&wires it seems like it gets gas to the fuel ingector but sometimes does not make it to the engine plugs are dry after turning over engine
This is just a shot in the dark, but wiggle the wires on the top of the air filter canister...i had this same problem (though i never got in to check if the engine plugs) after I changed the air filter.
I had started to take that sensor off bove the air filter because i thought i had to, turns out i didn't need to do that. I put the air filter in, and my car wouldn't start...I unscrewed and screwed back in the tiny screws that hold that plug into the top of the airbox sensor thing (no idea what it's called)...and wiggled it around and it started fine again.
I will not change my air filter again!!
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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