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RPM high n everytime i shift then car speed keeps on going fast n i dont even step onto the accelerator so i can add more speed of stay on a constant speed

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You have to change your clutch kit. I just had this issue and after changing it it runs smooth again.
Just to confirm, you shift gear up, your engine roars (goes up to 4000 or more RPM) but doesn't gain speed until few seconds later after the RPM is back to normal.
If so that's the clutch plate causing the issue.
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SOURCE: Camry Idles high for a bit at start-up, and now accelerates in a jerky way

you need to replace the coolant temperature sensor. It tells the computer that your car needs a high idle. As far as your running, you got some water displaced in your system. Change out the fuel filter, and pour a can of "Seafoam" in the tank. It will take a few miles, but that should fix your problem.

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sounds like a dirty fuel fiter. Start with cheapest fixes first. if not that maybe fuel pump is going bad.?

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check for vaccum leaks all rubber hoses and pcv valve

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that is a possibility. is this a guarantee to fix? if he has done the proper diagnostics and he is guarantee the repair then this would be logical. but no fix no pay. dont let it turn into something else and something else. hope this helps

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