Question about 1999 Toyota Camry
Have had problems with hesitation or " missing" since I got the car 8 years ago. 255k miles and counting. Recently it started missing at 80kms on hwy. This is new! Checked air breather, and clean. Cleaned out choke- filthy dirty-. Changed fuel filter. Still not running smooth. Spark plugs seem to be ok.????
Do they look good or work good, I have had brand new sparkplugs fail
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Loss of power
Do you know how check if every cilinder is working? with the engine in idle, go to the distribuitor cap and carefully unplug one at the time, every cilinder spark plug wire,in the cilinder you dont see a diference in rpm variation, that cilinder is not working, replace spark plug, if you see spark jumping fron the distribuitor cap torch the spark plug wire, another cause to a cilinder fail could be a loss of compression in one or more cilinder
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: Engin light is on
if plugs were real dirty... i am assuming maintainance is lax...yes do air filter, fuel filter ,and have your catalytic converter checked out for clogged...i'm thinking your engine codes are going to tell you O2 sensor rich/lean and they will be needing changed after you make engine healthy again...good luck
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Possibly a leaking head gasket. Water/antifreeze seeps into the cyllinder when it cools off, and then it won't fire properly until the coolant is blown out the exhaust when you start it. Let it warm up with the rad cap off. If you see bubbles continuously coming up to the filler hole, you have a head gasket problem. Do you have to add coolant monthly, or weekly?
If you're lucky, it could be just a spark plug that doesn't want to do anything until it warms up, or it could be a valve.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: Toyota Tercel '92 keeps quitting
This sounds exactly like a faulty ignition coil.
The coil is pretty easy to change. Just obtain a replacement, and observe how the existing coil is fitted. Detach any wires fitted to the existing coil, and plug them into the placement. Then unbolt the old coil, and bolt the new one into place.
It will only take you 10-15 minutes or so to replace the coil.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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