Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
I have a 1990 Camry with very low miles (just turned 50,000 =). However, since I moved to CO three years ago it's had trouble starting (always in the cold and always in the mountains). Sometimes when I turn the key, the engine will rev, but not start. However, I can slam my foot hard on the gas for about 10 seconds and then it will start (a bit wobbly at first, but then it gets going).
However, now this problem is starting when I'm Denver (altitude: 5,280 as opposed to 9,000 ft). So I'm guessing it's not just a "mountains" problem. It only happens in cold weather. One mechanic told me that my car has the wrong spark plugs. Could this be causing the problem? It seems like my car can't get enough fuel to start up. Other people have suggested the fuel injector, a plugged fuel filter, bad fuel pump ... any insight?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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