Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
My camry won't start, it has fire. it also has a new battery, fuel pump, fuel filter, camshaft sensor, crank sensor, distributer, and I cleaned the injectors. I disconnected the fuel filter and its barely getting fuel. I've changed the fuel pump five times. do I have a security problem?
Fuel pump relay
Posted on Jul 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the fuel line pressure it may be low should be 55lbs
Posted on Apr 15, 2012
Are you sure it's running when cranking? It should have come on when key turned on.
This is for camrys up to year '91. It may apply in your '95, also. Check the 7.5 amp ignition fuse and the 15 amp EFI fuse and the EFI main relay, all located in the fuse box next to your battery. There is also the circuit opening relay tied in to fuel pump operation. It is usually found under center of dash. It is usually not the problem, but it is part of the checks for fuel pump operation.
If your car has a " check connector" or "service connector" (also called a fuel pump check connector) under hood on driver's side near the firewall (a little 1 inch cube with a cap on it), then bridge terminals +B and Fp with a jumper wire. Turn key to on (don't start car). The pump should come on. Listen for fuel return noise from the fuel pressure regulator, and verify pressure in hose from the fuel filter. If nothing, check those fuses above. Here is how power runs to pump: Battery to 40 amp main fusible link-to 15 amp EFI fuse-to EFI main relay-to circuit opening relay-to fuel pump-to ground. Ignition switch and the computer (ECU) work the relays to pass power to pump. Hope this helps some, Randy. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 11, 2011
SOURCE: 1995 camry has no ignition fire
I think for sure that the timing belt has jumped a tooth. This can happen if your water pump, or your idler pulley, which are driven by the timing belt, "locks up" for a second. Best advice: replace the timing belt (you should not "reuse" it, as once it slips a tooth, that tooth is now weakend. Also, check the feel of the water pump impeller-gear...if it feels gritty or does not spin freely, replace the water pump while you are in there. It's not much more work. Also check the IDLER pulley for the same feel. If it feels bad/does not spin free, replace it. One or the other caused your problem.
Let me know how it turen out.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
take sample of your fuel into clear plastic bottle from fuel line
is there any water present?
this can cause these codes and then not go on storing codes for other bank even though that bank will be missfiring also due to water & P0300 Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected being logged
check all connections to coils/leads & wiring connectors
due to miss fire codes for cyl 1,3,5 all on the same bank
also look and check for air leaks on that bank (hose knocked off or splithose)inlet manifold gasket,brake booster etc...
3 injectors being blocked slightly on same bank posible!!!
check wires and signal
was it running like this b4 tune up & repairs?
this is what codes are
P0170 Fuel Trim Malfunction (Bank 1)
P0300 Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected
P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected
P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected
P0305 Cylinder 5 Misfire Detected
the last code is for trans due to misfire/running lean on bank 1 probably a torque problem code
Posted on May 30, 2009
Check for electric pulses to the injectors.
You can either buy a plug in checker for the injectors OR take a single led and bend the leads to fit into an injector plug and crank the motor and look to see if the led lights up. No lights? You have an issue with the crank signal or the ecu. Run a test of the ecu with an obd 2 scanner and see if you have any codes.
Your fuel pump may be working...bit if it isn't making enough pressure it won't matter....might as well check the fuel line pressure too.
Good luck and be careful!
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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