Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
When reversing, or accelerating 1992 toyota camry le v6 the vehicle starts to go and as its going it completely cuts out all power and then power jolts back and the rpms fly up 3 or past, and then it starts speeding up, and cutting out. at idle it sits at 2000 or so when its usually 1000 to 1.5 thousand rpms i took the car down the road and when i got about a mile, it was refusing to go any further, and i had to restart the car several times during the K turn. once i got going forward again i punched it , and the car switched from bogging to accelerating constantly i pumped the gas pedal to get around turns and up hills, which it barley made. and then i got back to the house, and the car had stalled out, it was off now. i steered it back in the drive way the car was still off, and i parked it.
any ideas? i deliver pizza for a job, so i need my car to work ASAP
It sounds like you may have a vacuum leak. Your car should normally idle at about 700-750 RPM. You said that yours was at about 1000-1500, that is waaay to high. If you have a leak somewhere in the system the car will draw in extra air and it will want to idle much higher and will also be very erratic and hard to drive.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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