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98 Toyota Camry

My Camry won't start, it has a new battery, fuel pump, fuel filter, camshaft sensor, crank sensor, distributor or coil pack, and I cleaned the injectors. I disconnected the bottom of my fuel filter and it barely gets fuel. I've changed the fuel pump five times. Is this a security problem?

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I would call that a good guess after five fuel pumps. Gosh, Jonah, paying for a little diagnostic testing would have saved you the cost of four fuel pumps.

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Doesn't it have a distributor with a pickup and module. That would be my first check.

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