Question about 1997 Toyota Camry
Replaced fuel filter, fuel pump, plugs, wires, etc, still same ol problem.
Is the check engine light on? Have any faults codes been read? Most autoparts stores will use a scan tool to read fault codes at no charge. The reason that I am asking is that it sounds like it could be the throttle position sensor or an emission control problem. (Catalytic converter, Oxygen sensor, etc.) Hope this helps. Good luck.
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