Question about 1986 Toyota Camry
Find out where gas smell is coming from, trace gas line look for broken/loose hose/connector
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
Check for spark. Take a plug wire off a spark plug leaving the other end still attached to coil pack/distributer. Stick a screwdriver in the end. Holding the handle of the screwdriver keep the metal part a couple Millimetres off a section of metal while you get some one to turn it over. If it is really sunny it will be hard to see the spark. Do this one plug at at time so you don't get the wires mixed up.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
waht kind of problems are you having ? is it possible that they gave you the wrong one? your best bet is to order a new cap from the toyota company
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
It's inside the gas tank. Took me about 20 minutes to drop the tank. 2 bolts that hold it up and undid 2 small bolts on the heat flange that seemed in the way. You should also take out the one small bolt on the driver side holding the brake cable up. You have to anyway to get the tank back in.
I got a pump online for $50. Pump only and it took about 10 minutes this morning to put it in the original bracket out of my fuel tank. So I say go with pump motor only and save big bucks.
TIP: For those of you who want to check if its your fuel pump or fuel relay. There are 2 easy places to do this. One is at the gas tank itself. Under the car they dropped the wiring harness down and put a connector in a bracket on the back of the gas tank. The second one is behind the rear seat back. Lift out the bottom seat pushing the 2 levers and then there are 2 bolts to take out to remove the rear seat back. Then you will see a connector on the passenger side up high. You can use either of these connectors to check if you got power when the key hits the start (engine cranking) position. If you do the relay is good. You can run power from a battery/charger to the fuel pump and see if it works.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Check your fuel tank and see if you have a leak. If not leak check under the car, and on the fuel rail. Mike. Rate 100% please.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
you will need to get the vehicle diagnosed thru dtc scanner. scanning the dtc's will tell the tech where to start and most likley exactly what the problem is. sounds like a possible cam or crank sensor.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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